Diddy and Brendan Paul

Alleged Drug Mule Linked to Diddy Accepts Plea Deal Avoiding Jail Time

Brendan Paul, the individual alleged to have acted as a drug mule for Diddy, has reached a plea deal with prosecutors, allowing him to evade prison time.

Paul’s attorney, Brian Bieber, confirmed to TMZ on Thursday that his client accepted the offer to enter a drug rehabilitation program. Successful completion of the program will result in the dismissal of all charges against him.

“Brendan accepted the prosecutor’s offer to permit his entry into the diversion program which, after completion, the case against him will be dismissed in its entirety,” Bieber stated.

The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office affirmed that the deal, standard for non-violent first-time offenders, was extended to Paul and accepted without contest. He is slated to complete the program within six months.

Last month, Paul faced a cocaine possession charge, although another charge for possession of a controlled substance was dropped. Represented by attorney Brian Bieber, Paul entered a not-guilty plea during a hearing.

Paul’s arrest at a Florida airport occurred amid a federal investigation into alleged activities involving Diddy’s Bad Boy Records. The arrest took place in late March at Opa-Loka Airport by Miami-Dade Police, in coordination with the Department of Homeland Security.

While Paul was initially identified as a “mule” in a lawsuit against Diddy filed by producer Lil Rod in February, the connection between Paul’s arrest and the lawsuit remains unclear.

Shortly after Paul’s arrest, federal authorities detained Diddy at a Miami airport, coinciding with Homeland Security raids on Diddy’s residences across the United States.

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