Mystery Death: Coroner Leaves With Body Of Diddy’s Ex Kim Porter
Diddy’s nightmare. Sean Combs was on the scene in Toluca Lake, Calif. after the mother of his three children was found dead in her home and RadarOnline.com has exclusive video from the scene of the coroner driving away with her body. The LAPD confirmed to RadarOnline.com that Kim Porter, 47, died on Thursday, November 15, 2018, and detectives swarmed the scene. Diddy, 49, rushed to the home after learning the news that his ex had unexpectedly passed away. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office will determine Porter’s cause of death, taking her to the morgue for an autopsy late Thursday night. Click through the gallery for exclusive video and photos from the shocking death scene.
The white Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office van pulled out of the home with Porter’s body inside shortly before 5pm PST on November 15, 2018.
Diddy’s blue Mercedes Maybach was parked on the street near Porter’s home where she lived with her children when she was found dead. The couple had a son, Christian Combs, and twin daughter Jessie James and D’Lila, who were born in 2006.
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According to an emergency dispatch called, Porter suffered “cardiac arrest.” A neighbor told RadarOnline.com they “never heard of any trouble coming from that house.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, while Diddy and Porter dated for 13 years before calling it quits in 2007, a close friend said: “they will always be family. She was the love of his life. She was the mother of his children and his best friend. They were both still very close.”
Porter’s Aunt Georgina Green told RadarOnline.com: “Kim was wonderful,” and said the family was still in the process of “making plans for everything.”
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