Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny wont be charged for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting woman


Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny WON’T be charged for ‘drugging and sexually assaulting woman in 2005’ after prosecutors say case falls outside statute of limitations

  • Prosecutors have decided not to move forward with the case because it falls outside the 10-year statute of limitations 
  • Earlier this year a woman stepped forward and accused the rapper and his wife of drugging and assaulting her 16 years ago after meeting in a nightclub
  • In total, the couple has been accused of sexually assaulting and abusing a total of 14 women, all of which they categorically deny
  • In January, T.I addressed the ‘egregious allegations’ in an Instagram video
  • He said that he and his wife had consensual sex with other people within their relationship but that no one was ever forced to do anything they did not want to


Rapper T.I and his wife, Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris, will not face charges for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in Los Angeles in 2005. 

TMZ reported that prosecutors have decided not to move forward with the case because it falls outside the 10-year statute of limitations.

Earlier this year a woman stepped forward and accused the rapper and his wife of drugging and assaulting her 16 years ago after meeting in a nightclub. 

In total, T.I and Tiny (pictured together) have been accused of sexually assaulting and abusing a total of 14 women, all of which they categorically deny

In January, T.I  (pictured) addressed the 'egregious allegations' in an Instagram video

In January, T.I  (pictured) addressed the ‘egregious allegations’ in an Instagram video

She claimed in court documents that she was first introduced to the couple by a man handing out flyers at a local mall, and she was invited to a club where they would be the following night. 

She said she only had two drinks before she accepted a shot of Tiny’s Patron drink, and was quickly invited back to the couple’s hotel room with some other women.

Eventually, it was just T.I., Tiny and the woman left in the room when T.I. allegedly suggested they all go to the bathroom to ‘freshen up.’

‘Once in the bathroom Tiny took off all of victim’s clothing,’ the court documents say, and T.I. told the victim that she looked better naked.

Rapper T.I and his wife, Tameka 'Tiny' Harris, (pictured)  will not face charges for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in Los Angeles in 2005

Rapper T.I and his wife, Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris, (pictured)  will not face charges for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in Los Angeles in 2005

The victim also claims Tiny, who was also naked, began to wash her.

T.I., meanwhile, allegedly turned on a pornographic television show, handed the victim a bottle of baby oil once she was out of the bathroom and told her to rub his back.

At that point, the court documents say, Tiny started sliding up and down the victim’s back while they were both naked.

T.I. allegedly stuck his toes into her vagina, and she allegedly told T.I. ‘no’ before rushing to the bathroom to throw up.

She said her last memory was sitting down on the couch before waking up the next morning with ‘her vagina very sore and had a burning/itching sensation.’    

In total, the couple has been accused of sexually assaulting and abusing a total of 14 women, all of which they categorically deny.

In January, T.I addressed the ‘egregious allegations’ in an Instagram video captioned ‘No weapon formed against us shall prosper. We vehemently deny ALL these disgusting, anonymous allegations.’

He suggested that he and his wife had consensual sex with other people within their relationship but that no one was ever forced to do anything they did not want to. 

‘Whatever we have done, has been done with consensual adults who into what we into and like what we like,’ he said in the video posted on January 29. ‘If we want something, we know exactly where to go and get it.’

‘We ain’t never force nobody, we ain’t never drug nobody against they will, we ain’t never held anybody against they will, we ain’t never made anybody do anything, we ain’t never trafficked anything- well, sexually trafficking,’ the rapper added. ‘Ain’t never raped nobody, never raped nobody.’

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