Diddy’s former assistant CONFESSES after seeing footage of him violently attacking his ex Cassie Ventura

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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs‘ former assistant, Suzi Siegel, said she was not shocked to see the newly surfaced footage of him violently assaulting his ex, Casandra ‘Cassie’ Ventura.

Did Diddy Beat His Ex girlfriend?

The embattled rapper was seen attacking his ex-girlfriend in a hallway at Los Angeles‘ InterContinental hotel in 2016.

‘There was not one cell in my body that was surprised,’ Suzi Siegel said after the emergence of the harrowing video.

She added she also wasn’t surprised by Ventura’s November since-settled lawsuit – which included reference to the altercation – against Combs although Siegel said she ‘never’ personally witnessed him abusing the ‘Me & You’ singer, 37, when she was working for him.

What She Observed

Siegel — who worked for Diddy as his assistant from 2008 to 2009 — noted that she ‘observed nothing that would lead me to believe’ he was abusive but said she believed he was ‘capable’ of such horrific behavior.

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She told CNN on Friday that she ‘never saw him speak harshly to her or be abusive toward her or anything like that’ but added that she felt ‘sick and violently angry’ now by the recent developments.

It is gathered that Diddy is ‘surprised’ the video emerged as he never think it will pop up again. Ventura herself was also ‘triggered’ seeing it again.

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