T.I. and wife Tiny alleged sex abuse victims lawyering up to launch bombshell suit against starsFebruary 5, 2021
A GROUP of women who accuse T.I. and his wife Tiny of sex abuse will travel to New York next week to meet an attorney who is building a class action against the stars, The Sun can reveal.
The women, numbering “around ten” from across the country, have been picked from “more than 100” alleged victims who direct messaged the stars’ former friend, Sabrina Peterson, after she claimed online she had suffered years of trauma after T.I. had held a gun to her head.
T.I. and Tiny, whose real names are Clifford and Tameka Harris, have vehemently denied Sabrina’s allegations.
T.I. has also claimed on his social media that Sabrina had been sent false claims which she has reposted along with other allegations.
The Sun has contacted T.I. and Tiny’s reps for comment on this latest development.
A statement issued on behalf of Grammy Award-winning T.I. and his wife has said: “Mr. and Mrs. Harris want to be on record and more importantly want the public to know they emphatically deny in the strongest way possible the egregiously appalling allegations being made against them by Sabrina Peterson.
“The Harrises have had difficulty with this woman for well over a decade.
“They are taking this matter very seriously, and if these allegations don’t end, they will take appropriate legal action.”
A source with knowledge of the upcoming meetings told us: “These are around ten alleged victims.
“It is vital that these alleged victims get the chance to tell their stories and it is equally important in this process that all the details and facts of their claims are thoroughly checked.”
New York-based T.A. Blackburn Law will be meeting with the women.
A spokesman for the law firm refused to comment for this story but they have already told The Sun: “Several other women have come forward with corroborating statements and we want to investigate their claims thoroughly.”
In January, Sabrina posted a claim on her Instagram that T.I. held a gun to her head following a row at one of his kids’ birthday parties more than a decade ago.
Afterwards she was contacted by multiple women via DMs claiming they had also been victims of violence and sexual assault.
Some of the claims involve the women voluntarily taking drugs then allegedly being assaulted when they were incapacitated.
Sabrina has told The Sun that she hopes the allegations lead to a class action.
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