It’s only been a month since famed entrepreneur Sabrina Peterson sent shockwaves through the industry by calling for young women who had allegedly been sexually assaulted by rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny to come forward.
At the time of her request, a number of young women responded – some even claiming they were underage victims of the couple’s sexual misconduct. Although the superstar spouses (Clifford and Tameka Harris) slammed the accusations, even labeling them ‘egregiously appalling’ in a statement (click here to read), more women have broken their silence to accuse the Harrises of sexually inappropriate behavior.
New York-based lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn sent letters to state and federal prosecutors in Georgia and California calling for a criminal investigation to be launched on behalf of the reportedly 30+ women across both states who allege “sexual assault, sexual abuse, forced ingestion of illegal narcotics, kidnapping, false imprisonment, and/or terroristic threats” at the hands of T.I. and Tiny.
His letters also included instances of nonsexual intimidation, assault and harassment stemming back to 2007.
As of time reported, no official criminal charges nor lawsuits have been filed against the couple. Furthermore, no law officials in California or Georgia have announced intent to investigate the alleged crimes at this time.