Diddy, Kate Upton Deny SoBe Makeout Sesh: "I'm Not Dating Her! ... Not at All True"

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Eyewitness testimony is notoriously tricky.

It's a massive cause of wrongful criminal convictions in these United States of America. And it's also the usual source for sloppy gossip reports about celebs sucking face in the VIP of South Beach's glossiest megaclub.

Like, say, this morning's juicy New York Daily News tidbit about Sean "Diddy" Combs and Kate "Booberstar" Upton swapping spit, a charge to which Mr. Combs is pleading not guilty.

See also:

-Diddy's a Has-Been, Still Worth $580 Million

-Top Ten Rap Brawls Ever! From 2Pac to Diddy's Gun and Juggalos vs. Headbangers

-Kate Upton, Diddy Caught Sucking Face on South Beach

For real ...

Despite the Daily News anonymous source's insistence that "they were kissing, they weren't hiding it," Diddy is hiding denying it.

And so is Ms. Upton.

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