It's been three days now since Diddy was arrested for getting into an altercation with UCLA football coach Sal Alosi, but it doesn't feel like we're any closer to finding out why it took place. Both sides have blamed the other and, as of right now, police haven't given any indication as to why Diddy and Alosi got into it.

A new Page Six report might shed some light on the situation, though. According to sources who spoke with Page Six, Diddy's son Justin Combs was "bullied" by Alosi for years prior to the incident. Most recently, one source said that Alosi told the younger Combs to "go home till the end of summer" after tossing him out of a practice. That was allegedly the last straw and led to Diddy confronting Alosi this week.

"Justin has been bullied for nearly three years," one Page Six source said, before adding that Alosi's treatment of Justin has been "over the top" during practices. "Justin has been a real target of this coach, who's been bullying him, and [Alosi] kicked him out of practice and told him to go home and not to come back till the end of the summer."

The source said that Diddy then went to talk to Alosi because he "wanted to figure out the problem" and that "the coach refused to talk."

Obviously, there's no way of us knowing whether or not this is actually how things went down. But this sounds somewhat believable or, at least, more believable than Diddy flying off the hinges for no reason and attacking Alosi with a kettlebell. Stay tuned to see how this story plays out.

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[via Page Six]