Atlanta emcee and legend T.I. and his spouse, Tiny Harris, have recently been sued by a female Air Force veteran who claims that the pair allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted her in 2005.
The lawsuit was filed in a Los Angeles court on January 2nd, who claims she was in her early 20s when the event took place. The unnamed Plaintiff alleges that she was hired as security for a party at the late Coolio’s California mansion, where she met a man named Caviar who took her to a club the following night where Tiny handed her a drink that she believes was spiked.
The lawsuit documents that Rolling Stone has obtained see the unnamed plaintiff, named “Jane Doe,” accuse Tiny of separating her from her friend and luring her to a hotel room where Tiny stripped her naked and entered the shower with her.
Doe recalls feeling “extremely dizzy and lightheaded” and allegedly appeared “visibly drugged” when T.I. directed her to the bed and played a pornographic film on the hotel television. The text then states that Tiny then attempted to commit a sex act on her.
The document written by the plaintiff’s attorney reads, “While Tiny was straddled on plaintiff’s back and pinning her down, T.I. then proceeded to slide his toes into plaintiff’s vagina. The plaintiff told him ‘No’ (and) tried to move T.I. out of her and away from her.”
It continues, “T.I. then said he would go get a condom, and Tiny continued to arouse herself by grinding on plaintiff and massaging her backside. The plaintiff grew increasingly sicker and felt extremely ill by the assault and battery she was experiencing.”
In a statement released to the press, T.I. and Tiny deny all allegations, writing, “For THREE years we have maintained our innocence and refused to pay these extortionate demands for things we didn’t do. For THREE years, we’ve maintained the same position while the claims in this story have changed time and time again. Our position is clear. We are innocent of these fake claims, we will not be shaken down, and we look forward to our day in court.”