P Diddy attacked son Justin’s football coach because he’d “bullied him for nearly three years”

Diddy apparently hit him with a kettle bell. Ouchie…

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by Anna Lewis |
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Earlier this week P Diddy got in a whole world of trouble for apparently attacking his son’s American football coach.

Well, more specifically the 45-year-old rapper was arrested on three counts of assault for hitting Sal Alosi with a heavy metal weight.


But why? Well insiders claim the UCLA coach had had it in for Diddy’s 21-year-old son Justin for some time.

A source revealed: "Justin has been bullied for nearly three years. Justin has been a real target of this coach, who's been bullying him, and [Alosi] kicked him out of practice and told him to go home and not to come back till the end of the summer."

It's thought Diddy – real name Sean Combs – first found out he had been dropped from the sports team when his son was sat at home and so he wanted to see what the problem was.

When he took Justin to the UCLA grounds, it's said Sal "refused to talk" to them.

The source told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: "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."

No further comments have been made by Diddy's representative or UCLA.

However, the* Bad Boys For Life* star’s representative has previously claimed he acted in a "solely defensive" nature and believes once the truth comes out the case will be "dismissed".

They stated: "The various accounts of the events and charges that are being reported are wholly inaccurate. What we can say now is that any actions taken by Mr. Combs were solely defensive in nature to protect himself and his son. We are confident that once the true facts are revealed, the case will be dismissed."

UCLA's head football coach Jim Mora also issued a statement saying: "I'm thankful that our staff showed the level of professionalism that they did in handling this situation. This is an unfortunate incident for all parties involved.

"[UCLA] will let the legal process run its course and refrain from further comment at this time".

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