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Woman arrested near P Diddy home in the US is bailed

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A woman claiming to be the wife of rapper Sean 'P Diddy' Combs has been bailed after being arrested near his home on Long Island, New York.

Cemelia Green has pleaded not guilty to criminal mischief and trespassing after wandering into a property she mistook for the star's house.

Ms Green, who was seen twice at the house but fled on the first occasion has been freed on $5,000 (£3,326) bail.

There has been no official comment from Combs, who is unmarried.

Police said Ms Green, who is from Florida, was spotted at the house in February and was approached by a maintenance worker. She claimed to be married to the rapper and producer who is said to be worth around $350m (£233m).

She fled the property after police were called.

Later that month, she asked local police for directions to his house, but was refused.

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