Sneak Peek of P. Diddy in 'CSI: Miami' 7.15: Presumed Guilty


Sneak Peek of P. Diddy in 'CSI: Miami' 7.15: Presumed Guilty
Rapper P. Diddy plays an attorney who protects his client from a murder charge in 'CSI: Miami'.


On Monday, February 9, "CSI: Miami" will present a guest starring slot filled P. Diddy. The rapper who has been dwelling himself in the acting realm, will play attorney Derek Powell whom Horatio and the team suspect as covering up for a murder. The episode is called "Presumed Guilty".

It was reported in November last year that Diddy's cameo in the police drama series will not be a one time stint. He has signed for another one which is also scheduled to air early this year. It will reportedly be the right one after "Presumed Guilty", which is titled "Sink or Swim" and is scheduled to air March 2.

In the episode, Horatio's team investigates the murder of Derek Powell's fiancee Nadine Walcott, but their case is sidetracked when Delko, who has evidence against Ken Taber, their prime suspect, is thrown into jail by the INS for failing to address the issue of his forged birth certificate and he gets no help from his natural father, Alex Sharova.



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