Diddy Makes Nice W/ Assault Victim, Lawyer Says Puff Will Not Be Arrested Today
Combs allegedly pounded Acevedo outside SoHo night spot Kiosk Saturday morning (October 13) after the two had a heated argument about one of Diddy's old girlfriends.
But, according to TMZ, Puff and Acevedo - who apparently have been friends for over 13 years - shared a table at popular New York hotspot Butter last night (October 15) and reportedly came to an agreement. As the two exited minutes apart, neither would speak to cameras about what they'd discussed.
Diddy was expected to turn himself in to authorities today and face the music, but his attorney Benjamin Brafman confirmed that's not going to happen.
"[Diddy] is not going to be arrested today," he said in a statement. "We are hopeful that this matter will be resolved without the filing of any criminal charges as this was a disagreement among acquaintances, not a criminal assault."