Four months after the home was searched by the Department of Homeland Security in connection with a federal sex trafficking case, Sean “Diddy” Combs is listing his Los Angeles property for $70 million.

For $40 million in 2014, the founder of Bad Boy Records acquired the estate designed in the European style. According to the entertainment news outlet, the 17,000 square foot house has 8 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms and is situated in the upscale Holmby Hills neighbourhood of Los Angeles.

In addition, there’s a 3,000-square-foot guesthouse, a separate spa house with a gym, wine room, and underwater swimming tunnel leading to a grotto, as well as a steam room, massage room, and beauty shop.

In an effort to gather information about possible crimes including human trafficking, Homeland Security stormed the house in March, looting and taking electronics and other belongings.

CNN released 2016 hotel surveillance footage in May, two months after the searches, which showed Combs viciously hitting his ex-girlfriend, R&B singer Cassie Ventura. Shortly after, Combs acknowledged the assault and issued an apology, saying he was “disgusted then” and is “disgusted now” for what he had done.

In November, Ventura, then 37, filed a lawsuit against Combs, alleging years of sexual assault, rape, and physical violence. The lawsuit was resolved the next day, but not before additional victims, who claimed Combs had drugged, harassed, and sexually assaulted them, filed lawsuits of their own.

A source stated in late May that Combs would soon be the subject of a federal indictment while possible witnesses were being ready to go before a grand jury in New York City.

Diddy has stated that he wants to move out of Los Angeles and that he does not want to buy another property there. He has been spending most of his time in Miami, with the exception of a little trip to Los Angeles last month. He was seen river rafting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, over the weekend.

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