Brendan Paul mugshot (Miami-Dade Police)

Brendan Paul, the man who allegedly works as Sean “Diddy” Combs’ drug mule, was arrested in Miami on Monday.

According to an affidavit, Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection intercepted Diddy’s plane at the Opa Locka Airport in Miami and found suspected drugs in Paul’s travel bags. 

Testing confirmed Brendon Paul, 25, had cocaine and marijuana candy.

He was arrested on one count of possession of suspected cocaine and another of possession of a controlled substance.

Both charges are felonies in Florida. 

Brendan was booked and released on a $2,500 bond, court records show.

He is scheduled to appear in Miami-Dade Criminal Court on April 24.

Producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr. accuses Brendan Paul of multiple crimes in his $30 million sexual assault lawsuit against Diddy.

Related: Producer Rodney ‘Lil Rod’ Jones Sues Diddy For Sexual Assault, Sex Trafficking, Drugging & Grooming

Lil Rod claims Paul “works as Mr. Combs mule. He acquires and distributes Mr. Combs’ drugs and guns.”

The suit also states Brendan had the responsibility of ensuring Diddy’s alleged sex workers: Yung Miami, Jade, and Daphne Joy, were paid in cash. 

Before his alleged life of crime, Brendan Paul played basketball as a walk-on for two seasons at Syracuse University. 

In Spring 2020, he announced his plans to transfer to Fairmont State University, a Division II school in northern West Virginia.

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