Cassie Ventura’s husband, Alex Fine, blasts ‘abusers’ after Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs assault video: ‘Men who hit women aren’t men’

Cassie Ventura’s husband, Alex Fine, is putting “abusers” on blast in the wake of a disturbing video showing Sean “Diddy” Combs brutally assaulting the songstress in a Los Angeles hotel in 2016.

Fine — who married Ventura in September 2019 — took to his Instagram Friday to share a “letter to women and children” he actually wrote “awhile [sic] back.”

“Men who hit women aren’t men. Men who enable it and protect those people aren’t men,” the actor began, telling fellow men that “violence against women shouldn’t be inevitable.”

He encouraged them to “check your brothers, your friends, and your family” because “our daughters, sisters, mothers, and wives should feel protected and loved.”

“Hold the women in your life with the upmost regard,” Fine continued. “Men who hurt women hate women.”

The producer, 31, went on to address “all the survivors” of domestic violence and abuse, urging them to “find the men and women who help and love.”

He reminded survivors that their “stories are real” and “people believe” them.

“You’re not alone, and there are men and women who care only for your well being and safety. We want you to succeed and flourish,” Fine explained.

“To all the women and children, I’m sorry you live in a world where you’re not protected, and you don’t feel equal.”

The fitness trainer — who shares Frankie, 4, and Sunny, 3, with Ventura — added, “I want to raise my daughters in a world where they are safe and loved.”

Fine concluded his note with a message “to the abusers,” telling them, “You’re done, you’re not safe anymore, you’re not protected anymore. The men by your side are just as weak, you’re so miserable with yourself that [death] would be considered a kindness.”

Though he did not mention Combs by name, the post came shortly after the rapper was seen beating Ventura, his then-girlfriend, in a hallway at the now-closed InterContinental Hotel in Century City, Calif., on March 5, 2016.

Surveillance footage showed Combs chasing the singer out of a hotel room, grabbing her by the back of the neck, throwing her to the floor, kicking her twice and dragging her back to the room.

He was later seen forcefully throwing an object toward her.

The video appears to corroborate some of the allegations Ventura, 37, made against Combs in a November 2023 lawsuit, which cited physical abuse.

Ventura — who reached an undisclosed settlement with the mogul, 54, shortly after she filed her suit — described the altercation mentioned above in the complaint, claiming it occurred after an “extremely intoxicated” Combs “punched [her] in the face, giving her a black eye.”

The pair dated on and off from 2007 to 2018.

Reps for Combs, who previously denied wrongdoing, did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

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