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How Much Trouble Is Diddy In For Allegedly Attacking His Son’s UCLA Football Coach?

Submitted by on June 23, 2015 – 10:09 amNo Comment

Sean “Diddy” Combs has a history when it comes to attacking people. If you’re familiar with his past, then you probably remember what he allegedly did to record executive Steve Stoute back in 1999. And you would think he would steer clear of violent situations now that he’s older. But on Monday afternoon, Diddy apparently got himself into some really big trouble on the UCLA campus when he allegedly attacked a football coach named Sal Alosi after a practice.

According to TMZ Sports, Diddy was arrested after he reportedly confronted Alosi about something the coach said to his son Justin Combs, a Bruins player, during practice. It seems Diddy is a regular at the practices and didn’t like the way Alosi handled one specific situation. So after practice, he allegedly walked into Alosi’s office, got into an argument with him, and used a kettlebell to threaten the coach. A short time later, Diddy was arrested, and he was eventually charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terroristic threats, and one count of battery. What started as a simple disagreement between a coach and the father of a player has escalated into a full-blown criminal case, and there’s a chance that Diddy could be in hot water for what he allegedly did.

We have to ask: Why did he let it get to that point? Unless there’s more to the story—and for the record, there’s a very good chance that there is—Diddy went too far with his complaint to the coach and, in the process, may have hurt his own son’s chances of earning playing time for UCLA. Justin, who has played mostly on special teams for the Bruins, has already struggled to stay on the field for long stretches of time. And now, with this incident taking place, we wouldn’t be surprised if UCLA found a way to cut ties with him altogether. Justin might benefit from a change of scenery because of what his dad did, and we wouldn’t blame him if he picked up and left UCLA to find a new school to play at.

There’s a chance new details about what happened could be released soon and, like we said, maybe there’s a reason Diddy went wild on Alosi. But as of right now, he’s caused a big headache for his son by doing what he did. Do you think he took things too far?

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