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Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny are accused of sexual assault by SIX more women including a member of the military, a stripper and a high school student who interned at his studio

 Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny have been accused of sexual assault by six more women, including a member of the military and a stripper. 

The couple are already fighting claims they abused eight women who they say were drugged, kidnapped and forced into sex with the pair or someone in their circle. They deny those allegations, and claims from three men who also say the couple made 'terrorist threats' against them.

On Monday, The Daily Beast revealed that the attorney representing those eight women and three men who had heard from six additional accusers. 


They include a stripper, a member of the military, and a high school student who once interned at one of the rapper's studios. 

The women claim that T.I. and Tiny, whose real names are Clifford and Tameka, that the pair or someone in their circle date raped them then sexually abused them. No criminal charges have been brought against the pair. 

The women claim that T.I. and Tiny, whose real names are Clifford and Tameka, that the pair or someone in their circle date raped them then sexually abused them. They have previously denied similar allegations but haven't yet addressed these

The women claim that T.I. and Tiny, whose real names are Clifford and Tameka, that the pair or someone in their circle date raped them then sexually abused them. They have previously denied similar allegations but haven't yet addressed these

The claims started in January on social media. Multiple women claimed to have been abused by the pair in some way, which prompted them to deny the allegations in a statement.

Then, lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn approached some of the women to hear their stories. He then went to the authorities in Georgia and California, asking them to launch an investigation.

At the time, he said he had claims from 11 different people; the original eight women and three men.  

Now, Blackburn says he has heard from an additional six women who have similar allegations. 

He has written again to the authorities in Georgia and California, demanding that a criminal investigation be launched. 

'If I was a prosecutor, I’d have brought charges already. 


'These women are unaware of each other, and without any leading on my part, they recount eerily similar events of sexual abuse, forced ingestion of illegal narcotics, kidnapping, terroristic threats and false imprisonment,” the letter from Blackburn states.

'It concludes by imploring law enforcement officials to “tackle and end the stream depravity being committed” by the celebrity couple,' he told the Beast on Monday.  

'These women have come forward because there’s a void that has been left in their lives and the people that created the void are Clifford and Tameka Harris. 

'Granted, the void can never be fully filled, but at least it can be put back together if these cases are handled with care, are thoroughly investigated, indictments are executed, and the Harrises are prosecuted,' he said, adding that the women are not seeking money. 

Their allegations include claims from a 22-year-old who once worked as an intern at one of the rapper's studios when she was in high school. 

Lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn is making the allegations public in the hopes that police will investigate

Lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn is making the allegations public in the hopes that police will investigate 

She described an alleged incident when she was 17 and working for the couple, on T.I.'s tour bus, when she claims his wife gave her a drink and two pills that made her 'hot and and sweaty… [and she] began hallucinating and felt like she was floating.' 

She claims that Tiny took her to the back of the tour bus to 'cool off' and that T.I. came over next and started commenting on her appearance. 

She says she then blacked out and woke up 'naked on a bed… bleeding from her vagina. She also felt discomfort in her anus.' 

The next day, she claims she was taken home by one of the couple's employees who said 'she needs to learn to keep her mouth shut' and 'if she did not that bad things could happen to her and her family.' 

She claims that she started losing control of her bowels in her sleep and was taken to the hospital where she was told she'd suffered 'trauma to her anal cavity due to intense anal penetration.' 

The member of the military said she was 22 in 2005 when she met the pair in a club in L.A. 

She described going back to a hotel with them but said she started feeling 'dizzy and light-headed' after taking just one sip of Tiny's drink.  

She claims that three of them got into the shower where Tiny washed both her and T.I. Afterwards, she said Tiny tried to give her a 'back butt massage'. 

The woman, who was in the US Air Force, said T.I. then told her he wanted to put his vagina in her foot. 

The woman said no but then apparently passed out and woke up 'with a very sore vagina and a towel covering her.'  

Steve Sadow, a lawyer for the pair, told DailyMail.com on Monday: 'The Harrises continue to deny in the strongest possible terms these groundless and unjustified allegations. 

'When Blackburn finally exposes his anonymous accusers to the light of day by revealing their names, we will be in a position to confront his allegations. Hiding their identities makes it impossible for me to do so now.

'We fully expect if the claims are fairly investigated, no charges will be brought.'

The couple previously sparked controversy when T.I. admitted to going to the gynecologist with his teenage daughter to ensure she was still a virgin. 

'Not only have we had the conversation. We have yearly trips to the gynecologist to check her hymen. 

'So we’ll go and sit down and the doctor will come and talk, and the doctor’s maintaining a high level of professionalism. 

'He’s like, 'Well, you know, sir, I have to, in order to share information' — I’m like, 'Deyjah, they want you to sign this, so we can share information. Is there anything you would not want me to know? Oh OK. See, doc? Ain't no problem,'" he said during a podcast interview. 

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