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Quamine Taylor Finds Diddy's Home to be Just Right

Much like the epic tale of a young fair-haired Goldilocks, who traversed forests and explored the habitation of three bears before being overcome by hunger and sleep, Quamine Taylor also found someone else's home to be just right, reports the New York Post.

Mr. Sean Combs, or Diddy as he is affectionately known, is the proud owner of a mansion in the Hamptons. Being that he is so incredibly busy promoting his line of vodka, appearing in films, and dropping amazing verses on rap songs, he rarely makes it out to that spare domicile.

A caretaker for the Diddy mansion stopped by on April 1st to check on the place’s condition and discovered young Quamine “Goldilocks” Taylor sleeping in one of the spare rooms. He admitted to having eaten some of Diddy’s food (no word if this included porridge), consumed some of his alcohol, and slept in his bed.

“I’ve actually been going to the house from time to time since 2001,” Taylor told the Post. “I stay there a lot, but Sean gets funny sometimes about me staying there.”

Amazing. Simply amazing. Taylor was apparently arrested ten years ago for trespassing. The location? Diddy’s mansion. The police found him drunk and swimming in the pool.

This time, he tripped an alarm at 1 a.m. When the police and security arrived, he convinced them that he was a friend of Diddy’s and allowed to stay there. Had the caretaker not have discovered him the following afternoon, he planned on staying 15 or 17 days. His mother stated that he was mentally ill and had stopped taking his meds.

Though this story is absolutely hilarious, Diddy really needs to hire better security. This apparently mentally-ill individual has been making repeat trips to the Hamptons mansion and refers to Diddy by his first name, Sean.

Trespassing in New York in someone else’s dwelling is a Class A misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of up to one year in jail. Considering Quamine Taylor has now been caught trespassing twice at Diddy’s mansion, it would not be surprising to see a pretty stiff sentence here.

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