Another woman has come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Atlanta rapper T.I. and his R&B singer wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris.
Lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn told Vulture he is representing a client who alleges she was drugged and trafficked in three states by the Atlanta power couple.
Blackburn described the victim as "a survivor who was drugged and trafficked by [T.I. and Tiny] in Nevada, California, and Florida over three days."
On Feb. 19, Blackburn sent letters to federal prosecutors in Georgia and California calling for criminal investigations into allegations that T.I., real name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., and his wife drugged victims for indecent purposes.
Blackburn says he spoke to eight women and three men who all described similar stories of "forced ingestion of illegal narcotics, kidnapping, terroristic threats, and false imprisonment."
Six more women have reportedly come forward with similar allegations, Blackburn said in an interview with the Daily Beast.
Blackburn confirmed to Vulture that he only represents the new trafficking accuser.
"All she wants is justice, and we intend to fight until she gets it," Blackburn said in an email to Vulture.
T.I. and Tiny's pugnacious attorney, Steven Sadow, repeated his assertions that the couple will be vindicated if the charges are investigated.
"We await Blackburn exposing his anonymous accusers to the light of day, by revealing their names, so we will be in a position to confront their allegations," Sadow told Vulture. "By Blackburn choosing instead to misuse the media for his own publicity and hiding the identities of his clients from the public and us, he makes it impossible for us to do so now."
But legal experts note that the alleged sex abuse victims have the right to privacy until an investigation is completed.
A judge can keep the names of sex abuse victims out of public records to protect them from witness intimidation or harassment.
So far, no charges have been filed against T.I. and Tiny.