Scottsdale police investigate alleged incident involving Sean 'Diddy' CombsPosted: Updated:
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Scottsdale police confirm they would like to talk to music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs about an alleged incident at a Super Bowl Party on Saturday.
TMZ posted video from a man identified as Steven Donaldson that shows him taunting and swearing at Combs, demanding to know why Combs was not performing at the event.
"Hey, [expletive] you for not performing," he is heard yelling at Combs from a few feet away.
Donaldson claims Combs punched him, but his video only shows the rapper pushing his camera away.
Scottsdale police say the incident is still under investigation, but Donaldson wants to press charges.
Donaldson and others paid between $100 and several thousand dollars to get into the event held in Old Town Scottsdale.
Combs promoted the event on his social media pages and organizers invited fans to show up so they can "say they partied with Diddy."
A performance was not promised, but people attending were disappointed Combs showed up late and did not mingle in the crowd.
Freelance TV hostess Mercedes Peterson said she was promised an interview with the rapper.
She arrived at 9 p.m. and said four hours later Combs walked in with his security and entourage.
"Nobody could talk to him or even see him really because he had security guards everywhere," she told 3TV.
Her interview never happened.
Police say Combs left the event before they arrived. They have not released the official incident reports and say the documents are not complete.
Donaldson did not respond to messages Wednesday.