Diddy’s Former Bodyguard Spills More Tea About His Ex-Boss, Confirms Cassie Assault Incident

Lyndon Abioye |

Diddy’s former bodyguard, Roger Bonds, has confirmed an incident addressed in Cassie’s lawsuit against the Bad Boy Records boss.

“In January 2009, after Mr. Combs learned that Ms. Ventura spoke to another music manager at a party in Los Angeles, he became enraged. She had hoped speaking to this manager would allow her to further grow her career, and that Mr. Combs would be happy for her, but instead he became extremely angry and pulled her out of the club where the party was taking place,” Cassie’s lawsuit reads.

“In the car leaving the club, Mr. Combs beat Ms. Ventura, pushing her into a corner of the vehicle and stomping on her face. Mr. Combs’s security staff, Roger Bonds, tried to stop the beating, but was unable to deescalate the situation. When the car arrived at Mr. Combs’ residence, Ms. Ventura attempted to run away, but Mr. Combs followed her and proceeded to again kick her in the face. Ms. Ventura was bleeding profusely, and was ushered into Mr. Combs’ home, where she began to throw up from the violent assault.”

Bonds shared a video to social media, confirming her account.

“There was so many things wrong, so many things wrong with where I was at,” he said in part. It was so sickening. So it’s so many things that I’ve seen Cassie go through and there’s so many things I’ve seen other people go through. And I will speak on those things the same way Cassie said,” he said.

Bonds claims there were many other incidents.

“I was sick of everything that was going on around you,” he added. “I was sick of having to cover up everything that you did. I was sick. Cassie spoke on it. She said, ‘Yeah, I jumped on it. I jumped in between it.’ That wasn’t the only time. It was other times, and it was other people.”

Tags ·

For Comments Click Here