"She was just upset about the whole thing." Lopez was freed about 4 p.m.
yesterday after the Manhattan district attorney's office dropped gun possession charges in return for her agreeing to testify before a grand jury about the shooting at Times Square's Club New York, which left three people wounded.
Wearing the same overcoat with a fur collar that she had worn all night, the Bronx-born singer-actress bolted out a stationhouse side door and jumped into a waiting Mercedes.
Combs, who witnesses said was bragging about his wealth and tossing money around like confetti before shooting erupted, was charged with illegal possession of a weapon. Jamal Barrow, a young rapper whose career Combs was guiding, was charged with three counts of attempted murder after ballistics tied his 9-mm. The weekly "Hot Chocolate" party at Club New York, 252 W.
Diddy, Cassie, Tommy Mottola, Sarah Silverman, James Caan and Jeff Beacher all crammed into celeb hotspot Craig's on what was a rainy night in LA on Friday.
Diddy looked sharp in an all-black ensemble, donning a long navy coat to brave the wet weather, chewing on a toothpick as he emerged.
While in custody, with her hair pulled back and her makeup smeared from crying, the Bronx bombshell looked nothing like the star who heated up the screen in "Out of Sight" and "Selena." "She's a beautiful woman, no doubt about it, but she looked kind of Plain Jane-ish," said one cop.The legendary loudmouth took his findings to Twitter and hammered the Toronto rapper for being terry-cloth soft.Superstar Jennifer Lopez sobbed uncontrollably in a police stationhouse yesterday after police said she and rap mogul-boyfriend Sean (Puffy) Combs were caught fleeing a nightclub shooting with a stolen gun in their car."But some people just didn't like the way he was rolling through the crowd trying to be Big Willie [someone who shows off his wealth]." When Combs began tossing money around, club guards moved in."Security was trying to keep it under control, but Puffy's people started getting louder and rowdier," the witness said.
The video, released earlier this month, showcases a plethora of shots focusing on Lopez's derriere. She is one of the greatest I've ever seen [clapping]. We shared a moment in our lives and that never goes away.