P. Diddy Intruder, Quamine Taylor, Sentenced
Quamine Taylor, 30, who broke into the East Hampton mansion of rapper, singer, actor and producer Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, 42, in April, was finally sentenced today to time served in a Suffolk County court, after being unable to post the $2000 bail that was set for him after his April Fool's Day arrest for trespassing.
Taylor, who had also crashed the Combs' house in 2001 and tried to pass himself off as Diddy's cousin at the time, admitted to just taking it easy in Combs' home when he gained access during his most recent intrusion on April 1, 2012, reports the New York Post.
"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 admitted to prosecutors at his sentencing. He also used Diddy's hot sauce for his meal, drank some of his Hpnotiq liqueur, smoked three of his Dutch Masters cigars, and freshened up in his bathroom. "After I ate, I went upstairs and went to sleep," Taylor said.
In addition to his sentence of time served, Taylor was ordered by the court to stay away from Diddy and his home, which is a shame, since his April visit was cut short. "I was actually hoping to stay like five to 17 days," he told the paper. "I stay there a lot, but Sean gets funny sometimes about me staying there."
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