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T.I. And Tiny Harris Accused Of Drugging, Sexually Assaulting Two More Women
Two additional women have come forward, alleging to police in Los Angeles and Las Vegas that T.I. And Tiny Harris drugged them before sexually assaulting them.
At least two more women have come forward to accuse rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris of drugging and then sexually assaulting them.
The first woman, who is remaining anonymous, told the Los Angeles Police Department in April that the pair assaulted her in 2005. The LAPD confirmed to Oxygen.com that investigators received a report on April 8 about an alleged sexual assault that occurred in 2005.
The woman said she met T.I. and Harris, whose legal names are Clifford and Tameka Harris, through a man handing out flyers in a mall; he invited her to go to a club where the famous couple would be hanging out, according to the Daily Beast, which first reported the allegations.
There, at the club, she said she was offered a sip of Tiny’s Patron drink, which she believes could have been spiked. She was invited back to the couple’s hotel room where she says they removed her clothing and began to engage in sexual activity. She said she began feeling sick as T.I. allegedly sexually assaulted her with his toes.
Her last memory, she told police, was of her sitting on a couch. The next day she woke up with “her vagina very sore and had a burning/itching sensation,” according to a police report, obtained by the Daily Beast.
Rachelle Jenks filed a police report with the Las Vegas Police Department earlier this month with a similar allegation, according to the Daily Beast. She claims that Tiny scouted her out in the restroom at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport in 2010 and asked her if she wanted to hang out with her and her husband that night.
Jenks told police that she met up with the couple in a hotel room that evening, where Tiny gave her a shot of Patron, according to the Daily Beast. She said she began to feel dizzy after taking the shot.
“Jenks states that she believes the initial shot of Patron was spiked and because she was drugged and under the influence, she was not able to properly consent to the events that transpired,” a police report, obtained by the outlet states.
These events allegedly involved the T.I. giving her MDMA and engaging in sexual acts in the midst of an orgy in the room.
From there, Jenks claimed T.I. took her to Los Angeles on his tour bus, where he also allegedly forced her to have sex before taking her to Miami where she said she was "forced to have sex with multiple women that I did not know,” according to the report.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department acknowledged receiving a report earlier this month about an alleged sexual assault involving T.I. and Tiny Harris dating back to 2010, but said in a statement to Oxygen.com that the incident occurred outside of Nevada's statute of limitations and the case has been closed.
Steve Sadow, the attorney representing the couple told Oxygen.com in a comment on Tuesday that “the Harrises have not spoken to or been contacted by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), the Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD) or, indeed, any member of law enforcement from any other jurisdiction in the country. Even assuming the story in the Daily Beast is close to accurate, it appears the LAPD ‘accuser’ has chosen once again to remain anonymous, thereby preventing us from being in a position to disprove or refute her allegations - or even examine them. Meanwhile, although we now appear for the first time to have the name of an ‘accuser’ who supposedly filed a police report with LVPD, we have essentially no specifics about her or her claim.”
These are not the first sexual assault allegations made against the couple. At least eleven prior accusers have made similar claims, which were made public earlier this year.
Tyrone A. Blackburn — who is representing several of the accusers — said in a March press release that multiple women have contacted him with "a myriad of allegations of forced drugging, kidnapping, rape, and intimidation,” People reported. He stated that the allegations "span over fifteen years" and are "eerily consistent" and often involve women being "coerced by Tiny to ingest drugs" and "unknowingly administered drugs to impair the victims' ability to consent.”
Blackburn has not immediately responded to Oxygen.com’s request for comment.
MTV announced in February that they were halting production of the couple’s reality show, “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle,” as a result of the allegations, Deadline reported.