Diddy's Former Bodyguard Claims He's Witnessed the Rapper Be Violent Toward Women '4 or 5 Times'

"He's a king manipulator," said Roger Bonds of the rap mogul on 'Piers Morgan Uncensored'

Sean “Diddy” Combs' former bodyguard is speaking out about the abuse allegations the rapper is facing.

On the Monday, May 20 episode of Piers Morgan Uncensored, Roger Bonds opened up about his time working for the music mogul, now 54.

When Piers Morgan asked him how many times he witnessed Combs be violent toward women, Bonds replied, "Around four or five times."

"I've seen him with Cassie, and I've seen him with Kim [Porter], his kids' mother," claims the former head of security of the incidents.

Bonds added that he had allegedly witnessed Combs get into "wrestling and punching matches" with women.

<p>Piers Morgan Uncensored/Youtube</p> Diddy's bodyguard Roger Bonds on 'Piers Morgan Uncensored'

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Diddy's bodyguard Roger Bonds on 'Piers Morgan Uncensored'

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When he saw the 2016 video that showed the "I'll Be Missing You" artist shoving and kicking his ex-girlfriend Cassie (born Casandra Ventura), Bonds thought "he's up to the same games."

"It didn't surprise me when I saw it because I've seen things to this nature before," he alleges of Combs' behavior. "I've gotten in-between things of this nature before — and this was back in 2012."

On May 19, the hip-hop star shared an apology via an Instagram video for the altercation that took place between Combs and Ventura, 37, in the 2016 surveillance video, which was released by CNN on May 17, and matches allegations his ex-girlfriend made in a now-settled lawsuit from last November.

"It's so difficult to reflect on the darkest times in your life," Combs said in the clip. "Sometimes you gotta do that. I was f---ed up. I mean I hit rock bottom but I make no excuses. My behavior on that video is inexcusable."

He added: "I take full responsibility for my actions in that video."

"Disgusted. I was disgusted then when I did it, I'm disgusted now. I went and I sought out professional help, going to therapy, going to rehab. I had to ask God for his mercy and grace. I'm so sorry, but I'm committed to be a better man. Each and every day," Combs continued.

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<p>Shareif Ziyadat/Getty </p> Sean "Diddy" Combs in Washington, DC in October 2023

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Sean "Diddy" Combs in Washington, DC in October 2023

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Combs then concluded the video by stating he was "not asking for forgiveness" and was "truly sorry."

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