Earlier in January, multiple women accused T.I and Tiny of sexual misconduct.
Since then, the couple denied the claims, calling them baseless. Now, three more accusers have come forward, and the couple addressed the matter.
Reported on The Jasmine Brand, three new Jane Doe’s made allegations against T.I. and Tiny. A lawyer representing some of the alleged victims, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said one of the women claims T.I. and Tiny forced her take drugs and allegedly had sex with her without consent. Another accuser says T.I. and one of his guy friends drugged her and allegedly raped her in a hotel room. Both incidents allegedly took place in 2010. The third accuser claims she was a victim of sex trafficking in Nevada, California, and Florida.
T.I. and Tiny continue to deny the new claims. Their lawyer, Steve Sadow, called out the alleged victims for not revealing their identity. Sadow said, “By continuing to hide behind anonymous allegations, the unnamed accusers effectively render themselves not credible and unworthy of belief. We say: let the light shine on their identities so we can go about disproving these scurrilous accusations.”
Last month, Blackburn said Sadow reached out to him, attempting to make a deal. Blackburn said his clients want justice, and he wants state and federal prosecutors to start a criminal investigation against the hip-hop couple. Sadow addressed Blackburn, saying he tried to make a deal. He said that’s false.
“I understand that at a virtual press conference today, attorney Blackburn claimed the Harrises reached out to him through me to supposedly make a deal. That is patently false. I reached out to see if he would share any information since his name was posted on Instagram as the attorney for Sabrina Peterson. Blackburn repeatedly refused to provide the names of his accuser-clients or any corroborating or supporting evidence of his groundless claims. The Harrises repeat that they are confident if a thorough and fair investigation is conducted, no charges will be brought.”
Take a look at Blackburn talking about the situation last month: