Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Alleged ‘Drug Mule’ Arrested As Feds Intercept Rap Mogul’s Private Jet In Miami

(NEW YORK POST) – Rapper Diddy’s alleged “drug mule” was arrested at a Miami airport after federal agents raided the singer’s Florida and California homes.

Brendon Paul, 25, was arrested Monday at Opa Locka Airport after the feds intercepted Diddy’s plane.

He was booked on one count of possession of suspected cocaine and suspected marijuana candy, according to TMZ.

Diddy was spotted at the same airport at 3 p.m. Monday talking on his phone and pacing, according to TMZ. He has not been arrested or questioned by federal authorities at this stage.

The drugs were found inside Paul’s travel bags, according to paperwork viewed by TMZ. He was arrested after they tested the suspected narcotics, according to the tabloid.

He has since been bailed out of jail, according to TMZ.

The federal officers who found the drugs in Paul’s bag were working in Homeland Security – who raided Diddy’s home after obtaining a search warrant – and Border Protect, the outlet said.

Paul was named as a mule in Rodney Jones’ complaint against Diddy, whose real name is Sean Combs.

Jones alleges that Paul handles Diddy’s guns and drugs. The alleged drugs found in his bag Monday have not been linked to the rapper.

Combs, who has been accused of being involved in sex trafficking and drugs, denies all allegations.His homes in Florida and Miami were raided Monday and his sons, Justin and King, were handcuffed by federal agents. They were not arrested. Diddy’s whereabouts have come into question after his private jet was last located on the island of Antigua in the Caribbean.

At least four people have been interviewed by agents regarding the sex trafficking claims against Diddy and more are expected to be, according to Rolling Stone sources.

Homeland Security Investigations Human Trafficking Task Force raided his homes Monday after a search warrant was issued by the Southern District of New York, sources told The Post.

“Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners. We will provide further information as it becomes available,” HSI told The Post.

Combs came under fire last year after his ex-girlfriend Casandra Ventura sued him, alleging she experienced years of sexual abuse from the rapper. The case was settled the same day she filed.

In recent months, the musician has been handed other lawsuits accusing of him sexual abuse.