Sean “Diddy” Combs is the subject of a new documentary on the lawsuits and sex trafficking investigation into the music mogul.

This week TMZ released the hour-long film titled TMZ Presents: The Downfall of Diddy.

The doc is currently available on Tubi and features interviews with TMZ boss Harvey Levin, current and former Diddy associates, former prosecutors, and ex-federal agents.

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Former Danity Kane singer Aubrey O’Day, who Combs signed to Bad Boy Records when she competed on MTV’s Making the Band in 2005, said she’s been trying to warn others about Diddy for years.

“I knew all of that was going on. I’ve known the whole time. I know what’s gone on! A whole lot of people do,” O’Day said about the accusations in an avalanche of civil lawsuits against Diddy.

“I was literally text messaging producers, employers, from top to bottom levels, like, y’all know what the f–k you saw. People were scared,” she said.

[Watch a promo for the film below]

Harvey Levin asked her what they were afraid of.

“Anything you possibly could think, Harvey,” she said.

Diddy has been accused of rape, sex trafficking, domestic violence, harassment, and other crimes in lawsuits filed by multiple women and male music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones.

The music mogul has denied all of the allegations and maintains his innocence.

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Last month, agents with the Department of Homeland Security raided his mansions in Los Angeles and Miami in connection with the sex trafficking investigation.

An attorney for Diddy called the raids a “witch hunt.”

Diddy’s friend and longtime musical collaborator Stevie J, who was inside the mogul’s Miami mansion when agents arrived on March 25, said they entered the home with “guns up and aimed.”

“I’ve seen a lot of things, but none of the excessive force of this,” Stevie J said.

He went on to claim Diddy is being unfairly targeted and suggested race is a factor.

“They didn’t do this to Harvey Weinstein. They didn’t do this to [Jeffrey] Epstein,” he added about the raids.

Former CIA officer and FBI special agent Tracy Walder also spoke in the film and said Homeland Security agents followed protocol at Diddy’s homes.

“You have to remember that Diddy has been in trouble on some weapons violations in the past,” said Walder. “These are vast compounds with multiple people at them, so using this type of force was not inappropriate in any way, shape or form.”

Walder and Harvey Levin both added that there had to be “significant evidence” against Diddy for a federal judge to sign off on search warrants targeting someone so rich and powerful.

So what did agents seize from Diddy’s homes? NBC News reported they “found firearms,” and sources told the Miami Herald agents removed electronic devices.

Former Bad Boy Records rapper Mark Curry claimed in the documentary that agents found a lot recording devices, and the “Bad Boy 4 Life” artist suggested many people may have been secretly recorded in  compromising positions.

“They have 250 cameras they took from his houses, a lot of people may be running from that tape,” Curry said.

You can watch TMZ Presents: The Downfall of Diddy here. The promo is below.