Diddy’s son ‘bullied by coach for years’
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ son Justin was supposedly harassed by UCLA football coach Sal Alosi on a constant basis before the hip hop mogul confronted him.
The 45-year-old hip hop mogul was arrested on Monday after confronting Sal Alosi, strength coach for the University of California Los Angeles Bruins football team.
Apparently Justin, 21, has been unduly harassed by Sal since he arrived at UCLA as a freshman in 2012.
“Justin has been bullied for nearly three years, in front of the team. It’s been over the top,” a source told Page Six of Sal’s treatment toward the university student, who plays Defensive Back on the team. “[He] has taken it — and done what’s expected of him, [but] Justin has been a real target of this coach, who’s been bullying him, and [Sal] kicked him out of practice and told him to go home and not to come back till the end of the summer.”
Surprised to see his son at home, it’s claimed Diddy decided to visit the UCLA campus because he wanted answers as to why Justin was barred from practising with his teammates over the next few months.
The rapper supposedly went solo in an effort to take his celebrity status out of the equation.
“Sean wanted to go down there to see what happened. He went with no entourage, no security. Just to talk to the coach. He wanted to figure out the problem. The coach refused to talk,” the insider detailed, noting Sal said: “Get out of my office or I’ll call campus security”, when Diddy arrived.
But the musician reportedly refused to leave, telling Sal in response: “Call campus security. I’ll call the LAPD. I just want to talk.”
Moments later it’s claimed Diddy picked up a kettlebell in defence, and this action led him to being charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terrorist threats and one count of battery.
Coach Sal’s eight-year NFL career ended in 2010 following his suspension from the New York Jets. He was taken off the field by the professional club for tripping a Miami Dolphins player.
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