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Diddy has October court date to resolve UCLA case

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Sean “Diddy” Combs will have a hearing on Oct. 15 to resolve his most recent run-in with the law, according to ESPN.com.

Back in June, Diddy was arrested by the authorities after confronting and attacking a member of the University of California, Los Angeles football coaching staff. Justin Combs, Diddy’s son who plays for the UCLA football team, is the one Diddy was trying to stick up for when the confrontation occurred. Diddy has also been accused of using a kettlebell as a weapon during the assault.

Diddy is facing one of three possible resolutions as a result of the hearing: being charged with a misdemeanor, having to undergo anger-management counseling or having to make a restitution payment.

A hearing such as the one set to take place in October rarely results in charges being filed, according to ESPN.com.

Also, if the case was going to be filed as a felony case, it would have already happened by this point. Prosecutors declined to do so, however, when the case was brought to their attention in July.

Justin Combs is a defensive back for the UCLA Bruins. He is a redshirt junior. He is 5-feet-7-inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He is 21 years old.

Diddy is a hip-hop megastar. He is the founder of Bad Boy Records. His other business ventures include Cîroc Vodka and Revolt TV. He is 45 years old.

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David A. Shelmon was born and raised in the Metro Detroit area. Currently, he is an aspiring journalist who focuses primarily on sports. Basketball, in particular, is his specialty. He has written for the likes of AXS.com, Examiner.com and SB Nation-affiliate Hustle Belt. He hopes to expand his writing experience by joining Sports Out West.
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