P Diddy Gets In Beverly Hills Car Accident, Mogul Treated For Injuries

Sean "Diddy" Combs was involved in a car accident outside the Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday, Oct. 24. 

The music and fashion mogul was being chauffeured in a Cadillac Escalade when a Lexus RX crashed into his vehicle near the Sunset Boulevard entrance of the hotel, X17 reported. Local authorities told TMZ  that the car turned left in front of Combs' SUV and caused the collision.

The hotel staff ran to aid Diddy, his driver and another unidentified passenger with him, as well as those in the Lexus, X17 reported. Diddy and the second passenger were seen sprawled on the lawn in front of the hotel before being escorted inside the hotel. 

An ambulance and police arrived shortly after. When officers were called to the scene, everyone involved in the accident complained of pain, including Diddy, his driver and the other driver, the source told TMZ.

A police lieutenant said Combs complained of pain but he was not taken to a hospital at the time. Later, Combs was treated for injuries he sustained during the accident. A spokeswoman for the 42-year-old said he hurt his neck, ribs and collarbone. 

Combs' publicist Keesha Johnson told The Associated Press that doctors treated Combs on Thursday. A police report was taken but so far no one has been charged for the crime.

Combs is a music and fashion mogul who tops "Forbes' Five: Wealthiest Artists of 2012" list. His reported net worth is $550 million. The Bad Boy Records founder released his sixth studio album, "Last Train To Paris," in 2010. He founded the Sean John clothing line in 1998 and purchased the Enyce clothing line for $20 million from Liz Claiborne in 2008. The father of six also earns double-digit millions from his share in the Ciroc vodka brand. 

He is set to launch a cable network called Revolt through a deal with Comcast in 2013.

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