P. Diddy's Sons Christian and Quincy Combs Have No Serious Injuries Following Car Crash
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This arrives after the rap mogul's rumored ex-girlfriend Lori Harvey was arrested after reportedly attempting to flee the scene of a serious car accident in Beverly Hills on Sunday.

AceShowbiz - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' sons Christian and Quincy Combs were reportedly involved in a car accident in Los Angeles. The incident occured on Monday night, October 21 near the rap mogul's home in the city. The Shade Room is the first to report.

"The crash happened Monday evening on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles after Quincy and Christian left Diddy's home," wrote the publication. In addition to Quincy and Christian, the two-car accident involved a female driver. Christian was said to be one who took the driver seat in their black Range Rover.

Even though the car was damaged following the accident, the two boys fortunately were safe with no fatalities or serious injuries. In a video obtained by TSR, it could be seen Diddy's Maybach arriving to the scene.

This arrives just one day after Diddy's rumored ex-girlfriend Lori Harvey was arrested after reportedly attempting to flee the scene of a serious car accident on Sunday, October 20. According to previous report, the step-daughter of Steve Harvey crashed her Mercedes SUV into another car, flipping her vehicle while driving through Beverly Hills, California.

Beverly Hills Police Department officials told the publication Lori was arrested on suspicion of a misdemeanour hit and run, and delaying a police investigation as a witness claimed that the 22-year-old had been texting and driving before the smash. "She was arrested for the two charges and released on scene. Not booked. She identified herself properly and signed a written promise to appear in court," an official said.

Police arrived at the crash site soon after and made an arrest. She also reportedly FaceTimed her famous TV star dad to update him on the ordeal.

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