‘They’re egregiously appalling’ — T.I and Tiny deny sexual abuse allegations - SALIENT TIMES ONLINE


Friday, 29 January 2021

‘They’re egregiously appalling’ — T.I and Tiny deny sexual abuse allegations

By Our Correspondent

Clifford Harris, an American rapper better known as T.I, and Tiny, his wife, have denied allegations of sexual assault against them by Sabrina Peterson.

In a flurry of posts on her Instagram Stories on Thursday, Peterson, who happens to be a former friend of the rapper’s family, had, among other things, accused the couple of sexual abuse and forcing women to take drugs before entering their home.

In the posts, Petersons compiled a series of messages she claimed to have received from the over 15 victims alleged to have been abused by the couple.

Victims of TI and Tiny are speaking out. Almost all their stories are identical and they involve drugs, coercion and rape. pic.twitter.com/TnhKzCbwWW

—Jiggles (@lovejiggles) January 28, 2021

TW!!! Rape, drugging, abuse, etc
/T.I. And Tiny’s ex friend (instagram: theglamuniversity)came out with her own story of abuse from them yesterday. Since then, 19 others have also come forward. Here are some of them. Some of the victims being as young as 15 years old. pic.twitter.com/pR0rUN7WSW

—Maya Angelique👑 (@moneyymaya) January 28, 2021

The development had come barely three days after she had accused T.I of racial discrimination, claiming the rapper once held a gun to her head.

But in a statement through the family’s spokesperson to Complex on Friday, the couple described the allegations as “egregiously appalling” while calling on the public to disregard them.

The couple also vowed to take the matter seriously, adding that the family has had “difficulty” with Peterson for over decade.

“Mr. and Mrs. Harris want to be on record and more importantly want the public to know they emphatically deny in the strongest way possible the egregiously appalling allegations being made against them by Sabrina Peterson. The Harrises have had difficulty with this woman for well over a decade. They are taking this matter very seriously,” the statement read.