After Sabrina Peters had a terrible encounter with rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny which was violent in nature, she came forward with it and called them out. Since then, many women have put forth allegations that the couple abused them sexually.
Many women even went as far as to claim that the couple ran a sex trafficking service where they would first feed women drugs and then engage them in sexual activities, involving other people as well.
According to a report by The New York Times, a lawyer representing the 11 women who have come forward against the Atlantean rapper seeks a thorough investigation into the critical matter.
Tyrone A. Blackburn, the lawyer representing the women, sent a formal letter to the prosecutors. The letter mentions many allegations against the couple, namely “sexual abuse, forced ingestion of illegal narcotics, kidnapping, terroristic threats and false imprisonment.”
The letter goes on to say:
On several occasions, T.I. forced her to take multiple ecstasy pills. the duo forced her to engage in sexual acts with different women against her will.
While writing about a woman who wanted to remain anonymous and was later interviewed by the NYT, the lawyer wrote:
She has personally witnessed women complaining of being kidnapped and held against their will for days at a time.
While Mr. Blackburn sent the letter to several attorneys across the U.S, he’s received no feedback or indication of an investigation starting any time soon. T.I. and Tiny’s lawyer ferociously denied all the allegations against them, and yet T.I And Tiny: Family and Friends Hustle, a reality show based on their life has been put on hold. The situation seems like it will evolve into a full-fledged legal battle in the near future.