Diddy Charged With Deadly Weapon Assault

Diddy, otherwise known as Sean Combs, was released on bail Monday, just hours after he was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, among other charges. Combs allegedly got into an altercation with a football coach at the University of California-Los Angeles, where his son Justin is a redshirt junior defensive back. Combs allegedly went after the coach with a kettlebell, according to a Page Six report. Police updated the charges to include three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terrorist threats, and one count of battery, the Los Angeles Times reported. No one was seriously injured, according to a university statement. Combs’ bail was listed online at $160,000, but police told the Times it was set at $50,000 in their system.