Sean Combs is bracing for more damaging video leaks, according to sources.

Last week, CNN exclusively obtained a video that showed Combs kicking and stomping his former girlfriend Casandra “Cassie” Ventura.

In a come-to-Jesus moment on Sunday, Combs shared a video apology on his Instagram page. In the video, the disgraced music mogul took responsibility for his actions and admitted, “I was f***ed up.”

“It’s so difficult to reflect on the darkest times in your life, but sometimes you got to do that,” he said. “I was f***ed up. I hit rock bottom — but I make no excuses. My behavior on that video is inexcusable. I take full responsibility for my actions in that video, I’m disgusted.”

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In her lawsuit filed in November, Cassie said Combs paid the InterContinental hotel $50,000 to keep the video from coming out. Combs suggested he only paid the money due to shame and regret.


“I was disgusted then when I did it and I’m disgusted now,” he explained. “I went and I sought out professional help, started going to therapy and rehab, had to ask god for his mercy and grace,” he said.

According to the, a source revealed that Combs was “stunned” by the video leak, as he thought his money was long enough to keep it hidden from public view forever.


Now Combs fears other damaging videos will be leaked. Combs spent the weekend in crisis talks with his legal team and publicists, according to The Mail.

“His team is bracing itself for the release of more videos and are now aware that some of the people who were paid to dispose of them may have kept copies,” they said.

“His people are also concerned about footage that may have been recorded at recording studios,” the insider continued.

They added that CNN may already be in discussions with others holding damaging videos, and alleged that “there are others that people have been holding in the vault.”