NEW: Sean 'Diddy' Combs' private 'LoveAir' jet tracked to Antigua after feds raid Los Angeles, Miami homes over sex trafficking allegations

Sean 'Diddy' Combs' private jet has been located on the Caribbean island of Antigua.


Sean 'Diddy' Combs' private jet has been located on the Caribbean island of Antigua, following raids on his properties in Los Angeles and Miami. The rapper, aged 54, owns a Gulfstream 5 jet under his personal LoveAir LLC, a craft he has utilized for years. According to TMZ, the jet is currently grounded on Antigua.

It remains uncertain whether Diddy himself was aboard the aircraft when it departed from Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles at 9 AM on Monday. The exact timing of the jet's arrival in Antigua is undisclosed, but it seems to have departed prior to the raids on the rapper's residences in both Los Angeles and Miami.

Earlier today, the feds raided Diddy's residences in LA and Miami.

In a statement, the Department of Homeland Security said, "Earlier today, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York executed law enforcement actions as part of an ongoing investigation, with assistance from HSI Los Angeles, HSI Miami, and our local law enforcement partners. We will provide further information as it becomes available."

Per TMZ:

"Based on the flight activity, viewed by TMZ, Diddy's jet has been up and down California between Sunday and Monday -- taking off from Sacramento Executive Airport Sunday evening around 5:30 PM PT and landing at Palm Springs Int'l Airport about an hour later.

"An hour after that, around 7:30 PM PT, Diddy's jet took off from Palm Springs yet again and landed at Van Nuys Airport, which is in the L.A. area, about 30 minutes later around 8:00 PM PT. Around 9 AM PT Monday, the jet took off from Van Nuys airport and landed at some point in Antigua.

"The plane is currently grounded there, although the flight data has yet to update and register him as having officially landed. In any case, it's definitely Diddy's jet ... no question.

"The only thing that remains unanswered is whether Diddy is on the plane -- we don't have any evidence he is at this point ... and we also don't know what's happening on the scene."

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