Sal Alosi 'bullied' Sean (Diddy) Combs' son at UCLA before confrontation: report BY Jason Molinet NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, June 25, 2015, 4:56 AM uclabruins.com Coach Sal Alosi of the UCLA Bruins got into a physical confrontation with Sean (Diddy) Combs. Enlarge Johnny Nunez/WireImage Sean Combs, seen with son Justin, was arrested after an altercation with a UCLA coach that was reportedly over the boy. Enlarge Diddy or didn't he? Rap mogul Sean (Diddy) Combs was arrested on assault charges Monday after getting into a physical confrontation with University of California, Los Angeles, strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi, but sources claim the real bully is Alosi. The Long Island native with a history of bad behavior reportedly targeted Diddy's son, Justin Combs, throughout the defensive back's three-year college career, TMZ reported. Alosi was "verbally abusive to the extreme — publicly humiliating Diddy's son on numerous occasions," a source told TMZ. The breaking point allegedly came when Alosi, overseeing offseason workouts at the Los Angeles campus for the Pac-12 Conference football power, told the young Combs to get off the field and go home for the summer. When Diddy showed up at Alosi's office looking for answers, the meeting quickly devolved, a source told the Daily News. The 45-year-old Combs swung a kettlebell at Alosi, according to police. Campus police held Diddy, who was later charged by the LAPD with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terrorist threats and one count of battery. "It was self-defense. Words were exchanged, but the coach is the one who escalated everything with physical contact," the source told The News. Brooks/Splash News Diddy sits in the back on a police car after being arrested Monday. Alosi has a few bad raps. The 38-year-old Alosi was a Hofstra University football player in 1999 when he was one of eight people accused assaulting three students in a dorm room, Newsday reported. He pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor harassment. As strength and conditioning coach for the New York Jets in 2010, Alosi infamously tripped a Miami Dolphins player on the field during a game.