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Former Diddy Associate Alleges Rapper Yung Miami Was Mogul’s Sex Worker

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On Monday, Brendan Paul, an associate of Sean “Diddy” Combs, was arrested by Miami-Dade Police Department officers at the Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport. Paul faces felony charges for possession of suspected cocaine and possession of suspected marijuana candy.

According to an affidavit obtained by USA TODAY, the arrest was made in collaboration with Homeland Security Investigations and Customs and Border Protection.

“The defendant had the contraband inside of his travel bags, which he claimed before being searched,” the affidavit states. Upon testing, officers determined the substances were cocaine and edibles.

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Paul was released on a $2,500 bond on Tuesday and is scheduled for a hearing on April 24. At the time, no attorney information was available for Paul. In a civil lawsuit filed by Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr. against Sean “Diddy” Combs and Cuba Gooding Jr. for sexual assault and harassment, Paul is referred to as Combs’ “mule.”

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According to the lawsuit filed in a New York federal district court, Paul allegedly procured, transported, and distributed various drugs, including ecstasy, cocaine, GHB, ketamine, marijuana, mushrooms, and tuci. 

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These substances were allegedly packed in carry-on luggage and transported through TSA by Paul. According to the lawsuit, tuci is described as “a pink drug that is a combination of ecstasy and cocaine.” USA TODAY has contacted representatives for Sean “Diddy” Combs for comment on Brendan Paul’s arrest and the allegations made in the lawsuit.

Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr. collaborated with Combs on his most recent record, “The Love Album: Off the Grid.”

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Jones claims that he and Combs worked together between September 2022 and November 2023, resulting in nine songs on “The Love Album,” for which Jones is credited as a producer.

However, Diddy has denied Jones’ allegations against him. In the lawsuit, Jones alleges that Combs “required” him and Paul “to carry (Combs’) firearm on their person whenever they went out.”

Defendant Kristina Khorram allegedly tasked Brendan Paul, Moy Baun, and Frankie Santella with various responsibilities. These ranged from drug trafficking to procuring sex workers for Combs, according to Jones.

Paul, among Combs’ employees, was reportedly involved in negotiating fees for sex workers. He also ensured their payment, as stated in the court documents.

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According to Jones, City Girls rapper Yung Miami, wellness coach Jade Ramey, and rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s ex-girlfriend and co-parent Daphne Joy were among the women allegedly paid a monthly fee. They were paid to work as Combs’ sex workers, as per the allegations.

Jones further claimed that in April 2023, Yung Miami brought tuci on a private jet from Miami. According to Jones’ allegations, this action was reportedly because “Sean Combs wanted tuci, but Brendan forgot it.”

He alleges that Khorram called Yung Miami to procure the drug while Combs was rehearsing for the Something in the Water Music Festival in Virginia.

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