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VIDEO: Sean Combs Says ‘Bathtub Girl’ Fine After Hair Catches On Fire

By Radar Staff

Sources close to Donny Osmond say the show biz legend will be furious to learn that his 31-year-old son Jeremy was arrested five months ago on a gun charge.

“Donny’s really going to blow his stack, especially in the wake of the Connecticut school shootings,” an insider told the National Enquirer. “Firing a gun irresponsibly isn’t something to just shrug off, like Jeremy seems to be doing.”

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Jeremy was taken into custody July 21 after authorities said he discharged a firearm within the city limits of Cedar Hills, Utah. He downplayed the incident to the Enquirer, mistakenly claiming that he wasn't actually arrested because he was "never taken in by police car.

Sean “Diddy” Combs told Jimmy Kimmel Thursday that the model whose hair caught fire during his recent album launch party was not hurt in the frightening incident, and even got back in the tub once all had calmed down.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com

SHOCKING VIDEO: Model’s Hair Catches Fire At Diddy Bash — While She’s In Bathtub!

The incident, which was documented via Ustream, took place at Manhattan’s London NYC Tuesday. The Ustream video showed comic Kevin Hart emceeing the event in front of a bathtub, surrounded by lit candles, that the dark-haired model was sitting in. When the model leaned back, her hair caught  fire. She quickly dunked her head in the water to extinguish it.

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“Did you have to buy her a new weave?” Kimmel jokingly asked the 41-year-old rapper Thursday.

“I had to be nice to her,” Diddy said, adding the beauty was a “good sport” about the fiery mishap.

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Diddy’s new album, Last Train to Paris, is in stores now.


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