Man Accused of Being Sean Combs’ Drug “Mule” Arrested on Cocaine and Marijuana Charges

Brendan Paul, a 25-year-old man accused of being Sean Combs’ drug “mule” in a recent lawsuit, was arrested on Monday at Opa-Locka Airport in Miami. According to arrest records obtained by Rolling Stone, Paul was taken into custody by Miami-Dade police in collaboration with Homeland Security agents. The arrest occurred around the same time that federal sex trafficking investigations led by Homeland Security were conducted at Combs’ residences in Miami and Los Angeles.

While it remains unclear if Paul’s arrest is directly connected to the wider investigation into Combs, he was named in a lawsuit filed by music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones against Combs. Jones accused Paul of acquiring and distributing drugs and guns for Combs. The arrest affidavit states that Paul was found in possession of cocaine and marijuana, which were located and tested inside his personal travel bags.

Paul is currently being held at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami on two charges: cocaine possession and possession of a controlled substance. Combs, who was confirmed to be in Florida at the time of the raid, had his phones seized by officials before he was scheduled to depart for a trip to the Caribbean.

The recent wave of sexual abuse allegations against Combs began with a lawsuit filed by R&B singer Cassie, who accused him of subjecting her to beatings, sex trafficking, and rape. This was followed by two more women stepping forward with similar claims on Thanksgiving Day. Combs has denied any wrongdoing in each case.

Author: CrimeDoor

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