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‘You’re Done!’ Diddy’s Son Tossed From UCLA Football Practice Over Issues With Father — Gone For The Season?

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Jun. 23 2015, Updated 5:34 p.m. ET

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Diddy’s son Justin Combs was tossed from football practice with the UCLA team over issues with his father. Is this the end of his football career?

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A member of the UCLA football team tells Radar that on Monday, "We were working out in a warm up line and Justin was in front. He did something incorrectly and Coach Alosi seen here yelled at him, saying 'You're never in the front of the line, go to the back of the line.’”

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The player said, "Justin was shaking his head saying 'You're tripping and over-reacting,' and that made the coach mad.”

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So strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi "yelled at him, 'You're done for the rest of the season, go work out with your dad's personal trainer!’” the source claimed.

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According to another insider, Combs used the fact that he was training with Diddy’s staff as an excuse for missing multiple practice sessions.

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"This isn't the first time the coach has done this,” the player said. "He's a good coach. He probably would have let Justin come back today if his dad hadn't come down here.”

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As Radar reported, Diddy confronted Alosi about his issues with his son Monday afternoon in a conversation that quickly turned violent. The mogul was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, and making terrorist threats. He was released Monday afternoon on $160,000 bail.

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But the fallout continues. Said the player, "Justin isn't the first person to get thrown out of practice. But Justin just doesn't have the gift for football really."

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Another source confirmed that Head Coach Jim Mora “hasn't been impressed with Justin as a player, which has only continued to anger Diddy. Justin was recruited by previous coach Rick Neuheisel, and Mora probably would never have offered him a spot on the team. Justin just doesn't have the size to make an impact on the field."

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Now, Mora "just wants this mess to be over because it's a huge distraction,” said the source.

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A defensive back, Justin hasn’t started one game in three years with the team, and has only played in seven games total in that time. He had one tackle in the win against USC.

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