Misa Hylton, Diddy’s former partner, considers legal action after her son experiences ‘excessive’ force during a raid

Misa Hylton is voicing her opposition to the recent raid of Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Los Angeles home by federal law enforcement officials. The raid also involved Justin and Christian “King” Combs.

The stylist and fashion designer posted a video on Instagram, showing edited home surveillance footage of officials executing their search warrant on March 25.

On Tuesday, video footage was released showing law enforcement officers entering the property in West LA, with their guns drawn and carefully searching the home for evidence.

In the video, it can be seen that two individuals, likely Justin and Christian Combs, were apprehended in a hallway within the residence. Justin Combs, aged 30, is shown raising his hands above his head as he approaches the law enforcement officers, while 25-year-old Christian Combs is being handcuffed against a wall.

In a heartfelt caption, Hylton expressed her outrage at the excessive and militaristic force used against her sons, Justin and Christian. She denounced the treatment they received, pointing out the stark contrast in how non-Black celebrity offspring would have been treated. Hylton described the incident as an attempt to both humiliate and terrorize these young innocent black men, which she found utterly despicable.

The speaker expressed their frustration, stating that it was unnecessary for Justin to have multiple laser beams from firearms aimed at his chest. They questioned if Christian really needed a gun pointed at the back of his head while he was handcuffed. The speaker then raised a valid point, asking how many times they have witnessed young, unarmed black men not surviving such encounters.

According to her, Justin Combs, her son, has hired an attorney to look into the unnecessary and excessive use of force during the execution of the search warrant. She is determined to fight for justice and will utilize every available resource to do so.

I have contacted Justin Combs’ attorney for comment, according to USA TODAY.

According to a recent investigation led by the Associated Press, over the span of ten years, 1,036 individuals lost their lives after encounters with law enforcement that involved non-lethal force. Shockingly, a third of these fatalities were Black individuals, despite making up only 12% of the U.S. population.

According to a study conducted by the University of Michigan, Rutgers University, and Washington University in 2019, it was revealed that Black men in the United States are approximately 2.5 times more likely to be killed by police compared to white men. Shockingly, this means that police use-of-force ranks as the sixth leading cause of death for young Black men, as highlighted by the study.

We had a conversation with experts to discuss the implications of the recent home raids on music mogul Diddy.

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