The man who broke into Diddy’s house and vandalized it on March 31st was sentenced by a NY Court and taken to the Suffolk County Jail. Quamine Taylor, 30, confessed that he broke into the rapper’s house on repeated occasions because he wanted to get out of the city, according to the Associated Press.
Quamine Taylor might have just inspired a new summer vacation trend. The 30-year-old resident from Queens was arrested on April 1 after breaking into Sean “Diddy” Combs’ East Hampton home and vandalizing it. His explanation: he needed to get out of the city and was thinking to spend a 15 to 17- day vacation in Diddy’s residence.
Taylor explained that he bought a train ticket for East Hampton on March 31st and headed towards the rapper’s house. Once he got there, he passed by the security gate and found an unlocked basement door that he used in order to get in the house. The twisted fan was impressed by the star’s luxurious life, so he imagined it was his house and all the expensive objects belonged to him. Thus, the bizarre-man tried to wear Diddy’s clothes, but the interpreter’s shirts were too small to fit him. As a consequence, he ate almost all the dainties he could find in the refrigerator and drank all his liquor supply.
Being too busy living a superstar’s life, Taylor didn’t realize he had set off the alarm of the house at 1 a.m. The police officer who came to check the house was easily convinced by Taylor’s declaration saying that he was a member of the Combs clan. He was allowed to remain in the house, but the beautiful dream ended the next day when a caretaker found him. Quamine was accused of trespassing and petit-larceny raps being held in lieu of $2,000 bail.
He told the court that this was not the first time he was visiting Diddy’s home. In fact, the amusing fan claims he stayed in the house each year since 2001. He declared that the singer knew about his visits, but he likes to pretend that he is bothered by the whole situation. Taylor’s mom, on the other hand, explained that the man suffers from mental illnesses, his strange behavior being caused by the interruption of the medication.