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Attorney Representing Several of T.I. & Tiny's Accusers Did Interview with NBC


NBC News’ Simone Boyce reports on the dozen women who are now accusing Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny of sexual assault and other misconduct. T.I. and Tiny are denying the allegations through their lawyer.

 

A few days ago, it was reported that six more victims came forward with sexual assault allegations against rapper T.I. and his wife, Tiny. One of the alleged victims is male.


New York attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn, who represents several women accusing the couple of sexual assault, sat down with NBC for an interview. In the NBC report, Blackburn highlighted the patterns of behavior that closely linked many of these allegations.


Tameka "Tiny" Harris:

  • Picks the women

  • Befriends/Earns their trust

  • Spikes their drinks


That sets the girls up for T.I. to come in:

  • Touching/Prodding

  • Offering of drugs


Obviously, if these women have already been drugged, they will be more open to "consent" to whatever T.I. offers. The report says that many of Blackburn's clients woke up naked and with sore genitals. One victim was allegedly 17 years-old intern who woke up nude next to other interns.


T.I. & Tiny deny sex trafficking allegations

There are also allegations of threats of violence towards any victim who spoke on this.


T.I. and Tiny did release a statement through their attorney to NBC saying,

"The Harrises continue to deny in the strongest possible terms these groundless and unjustified allegations...We fully expect if the claims are thoroughly and fairly investigated, no charges will be brought."

 

What are y'all thoughts on this matter? Did anyone change their initial opinion about these allegations as the story has developed?

 

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this story isn’t going anywhere, it’s steadily building. I’m trying to reserve judgment until everything is out but it’s not looking so good. Tiny posting like she isn’t concerned.

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