Troubled man Quamine Taylor has officially been sentenced for breaking into rap mogul Diddy’sEast Hampton, New York mansion last spring and going through his personal belongings.
According to reports, Taylor received time served and was ordered to stay away from Puff’s luxury home.
A New York man who broke into Sean “Diddy” Combs East Hampton mansion said at his sentencing he drank the rap mogul’s liquor, smoked his cigars and slept in his bed. Quamine Taylor was sentenced Thursday in Suffolk County court to time served after being unable to post $2,000 bail following his April arrest. Taylor also was ordered to stay away from Combs’ homes. (Washington Post)
Taylor also detailed exactly what all went down during his brief stay.
“I brought a cheesesteak, a cheesecake, a bucket of fried chicken — which I ate at the house — and drank a ‘dollar’ bottle of Hennessy and four cans of Pepsi,” Taylor told prosecutors. He even put Diddy’s Frank’s Red Hot sauce on his food, drank a bottle of Hpnotiq (vodka liqueur), smoked three of the star’s Cuban cigars and downed a can of orange soda. “After I ate, I went upstairs and went to sleep.” He spent nearly 24 hours there, and had hoped to crash for a few more days, he said. (USA Today)
Reports of his arrest emerged online around mid-April.
Quamine Taylor, 30, of Jamaica, Queens, gave “bad boy” a whole new meaning when he found an unlocked basement door and made himself at home for nearly 24 hours in the sprawling mansion. Combs, whose hits include, “Coming Home” and “I’ll Be Missing You,” was away at the time. Taylor made himself at home as he canvassed the closets, but his 6-foot-5 frame couldn’t fit into Diddy’s shirts. He then raided the refrigerator and dented the Ciroc spokesman’s liquor supply. The fantasy nearly folded when Taylor set off an alarm at 1 a.m. But the suave squatter managed to convince an arriving alarm-company representative and a police officer that he was a member of the Combs clan, and was allowed to remain in the home. After a restful evening, Taylor’s dream finally came crashing down when a caretaker found him at 4 p.m. on April Fools’ Day and called the cops. (New York Post)