Rapper T.I. and wife Tiny sued for sexual assault, battery on woman in L.A. Hotel

Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny were sued for sexually assaulting and assaulting a woman in a Los Angeles hotel

Celebrity couple T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris are facing a new civil lawsuit that alleges they drugged and sexually assaulted a woman they met at a Los Angeles nightclub in 2005.

According to TMZ, the woman, identified only as Jane Doe, said she was stationed in Los Angeles when she enlisted in the US Air Force, when she attended a party with a friend at Coolio's house. At the party, she met a man who identified himself as “Caviar,” who allegedly worked for the couple.

It was the meeting, she said, that led to an alleged non-consensual sexual encounter with TI and Tiny.

The next night, they were told to meet TI and Tiny in the VIP section of a Los Angeles nightclub. The plaintiff said she ordered two drinks, but Tiny delivered another drink. She shared the drink with her friend, although they never saw Tiny drink it. TI and Tiny asked her to join them in another location, while her friend joined Caviar in another vehicle. She said they were joined by two other women she had not met before and later ended up in a hotel room.

The other two women were expelled, she alleged. The woman was taken to the bathroom by Tiny, who took off her clothes and her own. The three of them took a shower together and, at that moment, she remembered feeling dizzy. They told him to go to bed, while TI watched porn.

She said he asked her to use massage oil on him, while Tiny joined them and pinned her to the bed and pressed his body against hers without consent.

In legal documents, she accused TI of penetrating her with his toe. She tried to push him away and said “no”. He came out and said he was going to get a condom. She went to the bathroom to vomit and claimed he told her, “Are you okay? It looks like you're in last place.” She passed out after vomiting and woke up the next day with “severe pain” in her vagina.

The lawsuit was filed under the California Sexual Abuse and Cover-Up Liability Act, which allows plaintiffs to file lawsuits against alleged perpetrators of sexual violence even if the statute of limitations has expired. She is seeking unspecified damages and is suing the couple for sexual assault, battery, negligence and false imprisonment.

In a joint statement, the couple denied the allegations.

“In the wake of positivity, negativity always rears its ugly head. This plaintiff has been threatening to file this lawsuit for THREE years. For THREE years, we have emphatically and categorically denied these allegations,” they said.

“For THREE years we maintained our innocence and refused to pay these exorbitant demands for things we did not do. For THREE years, we maintained the same position while the claims in this story continually changed. of course… We are innocent of these false allegations, we will not be shaken, and we look forward to our day in court.”

Their lawyer further told TMZ: “Not only are the allegations false, but they missed the deadline to file suit.”

According to Fox 5 Atlanta, more than 30 women have accused T.I. and his wife Tiny of drugging, kidnapping, raping and intimidating them over the course of 15 years in Georgia and California as of March 2021. One of cases they faced in Los Angeles were dismissed in September of the same year.

Source: www.lindaikejisblog.com

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