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Former Syracuse player Brendan Paul arrested on drug charges, accused of being Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ mule



Former Syracuse player Brendan Paul arrested on drug charges, accused of being Sean 'Diddy' Combs' mule
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Former Syracuse guard Brendan Paul was arrested Monday on two drug-related prices, per Miami-Dade (Florida) County police data. The arrest got here as federal brokers raided rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs’ properties in Los Angeles and Miami amid an alleged intercourse trafficking probe, regulation enforcement informed the Related Press.

Paul was arrested at Miami-Opa Locka Government Airport on felony prices for possession of suspected cocaine and possession of suspected marijuana sweet, per an arrest affidavit obtained by USA TODAY. The affidavit provides that officers discovered cocaine and edibles in Paul’s journey baggage. Paul was launched on a $2,500 bond Tuesday, and he has a listening to set for April 24.

Regardless of the timing, this arrest was not associated to Combs’ properties being raided. Nonetheless, Paul’s identify has come up in reference to Combs’ intercourse trafficking allegations.

Again in February, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed a federal lawsuit accusing Combs of sexually abusing women and men. Moreover, Jones mentioned Paul “works as Mr. Combs’ mule. He acquires and distributes Mr. Combs medication and weapons.” Combs denied the sexual assault allegations in December.

Paul’s lawyer, Brian Bieber, informed The Athletic, “We don’t plan on attempting this case within the media — all points will likely be handled in courtroom.”

Paul joined Syracuse males’s basketball workforce as a walk-on in 2018, taking part in in 16 video games over two seasons. He completed his collegiate profession at Division-II Fairmont State, taking part in in 35 video games throughout two seasons for the Combating Falcons.

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