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T.I. Under Investigation By LAPD For Rape & Drugging Of Women

T.I. Under investigation by LAPD for drugging and rape of women

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T.I. Under Investigation By LAPD For Rape & Drugging Of Women

T.I. has been accused of drug and rape by multiple women.

T.I is being probed by the LAPD for rape and drugging of women, according to new reports by Deadline.

LAPD detectives reportedly met with a Jane Doe last month to discuss claims of a drugging and rape by T.I. and Tiny back in 2005.

“There is an active investigation into Clifford Harris,” LAPD’s Officer William Cooper said.

The anonymous woman, who reportedly met T.I. and Tiny in a club, and was offered a drink by T.I. claims she found her self naked, in a shower and on a bed with with the Harrises, as she felt increasingly sick.

LAPD detectives are also looking into other claims as well. In April a woman named Rachelle Jenks filed a report against T.I. with the Las Vegas Police Department that details a similar sequence of drinks and rape. Both women are being represented by attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn.

Blackburn said in a press conference back in March that he is representing “11 individuals, 10 women and one man” who have been “victims” of the Harrises over a 15-year time span. Blackburn claimed he and his firm had been contacted by “over 30 women” who allege that the Harrises, “aided by several individuals in their employ, have kidnapped them, drugged them, raped them, and terrorized them with threats of death or physical bodily harm.”

T.I.’s lawyer Steve Sadow rebuffs the accusations in a statement to Deadline and says his clients haven’t been contacted by the LAPD.

“The Harrises have not spoken to or been contacted by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), the Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD) or, indeed, any member of law enforcement from any other jurisdiction in the country,” said Sadow.

If the law enforcement forces find enough information to warrant charges in their opinion, the file will be passed to Los Angeles County D.A. George Gascón office. It will then be up to the D.A. and the office’s sex crimes unit to decide if they want to take further action.

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