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Federal prosecutors subpoenaed all of Sean Combs’ companies and his associates. According to TMZ, the raids on his homes in Miami and Beverly Hills are just the start.

The feds issued subpoenas to companies doing business with Combs, targeting anyone with info about the allegations in 2 lawsuits.

Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ the subpoenas were sent this week to various companies with ties to Combs, including his private charter jet, phone providers and computer companies.


Combs’ black Gulfstream jet touched down at the Opa Locka Executive Airport in Miami on Wednesday.

As TMZ reported, the feds subpoenaed flight records to find out who flew on Combs’ jets and where they went. They’re not only looking for alleged victims, but also any potential witnesses who could support or dispute allegations of human/s*x trafficking.

The feds ramped up their investigations after music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr. added 25 pages of incriminating info to his original lawsuit filed in February in NYC.

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Jones claimed Combs’ ex-girlfriend Yung Miami and a former Syracuse basketball player acted as drug mules for the rap mogul. He also claimed Yung Miami and 50 Cent’s ex Daphne Joy were s*x workers on Combs’ payroll.

A West Coast attorney who is not involved in the lawsuit told US Weekly that Combs will likely serve many years in a federal prison.

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