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Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife Tameka Harris released a statement in response to new allegations of misconduct.

The reality TV couple released a statement through their attorney, Steve Sadow, on Tuesday, April 6.

Sadow is still waiting to attack the integrity of the women -- once their names are revealed.

"The Harrises are still waiting for the accusers to reveal themselves publicly," Sadow told Billboard. "By continuing to hide behind anonymous allegations, the unnamed accusers effectively render themselves not credible and unworthy of belief. We say: Let the light shine on their identities so we can go about disproving these scurrilous accusations."

Vulture.com previously reported three more women came forward last week with new allegations.

Tyrone A. Blackburn, the attorney representing the women, said a victim who was 20 at the time alleged the couple "pulled out a pill and forced her to swallow it." Another woman claimed the couple trafficked her across three states.

Their stories resemble similar accusations by other women who claim they were drugged and sexually assaulted by the couple and their friends.

Blackburn sent letters to prosecutors in Georgia and California requesting a criminal investigation. So far, no charges have been filed.

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A New York-based lawyer is seeking a criminal investigation into sex assault allegations against rapper Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife, singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris.

Attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn is asking federal prosecutors in two states to investigate multiple instances of sexual abuse on behalf of 11 women who allege they were victimized by the couple or members of their entourage.

The crimes are alleged to have occurred in Georgia and California.

Mr. Blackburn said the sex crimes span nearly two decades from 2005 until the most recent instance in 2018.

The women accused the couple of "sexual abuse, forced ingestion of illegal narcotics, kidnapping, terroristic threats and false imprisonment."

The New York Times has spoken with five women who claimed they were drugged, raped or sexually assaulted by the Harrises or those in their inner circle of friends and associates.

None of the women are among those who posted their accounts of drugging and sexual abuse on social media in January.

Those women shared their stories online in response to allegations made by T.I. and Tiny's former friend, Sabrina Peterson, who alleged the rapper put a gun to her head in 2009 and threatened her.

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The women allege that T.I. and Tiny plied them with drugs (ecstasy) and, when they were incapacitated, sexually abused them and passed them off to their friends for their pleasure.

One alleged victim, a veteran, who served five years in the Air Force, said she met the couple in Los Angeles in 2005.

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On one occasion, the woman went back with the couple to their hotel room. She became intoxicated after she'd consumed less than two drinks, Blackburn wrote in a letter to prosecutors.

According to the letter, Ms. Harris suggested that the military veteran "freshen up," and took her to the bathroom, where the woman allowed Ms. Harris to undress and bathe her and T.I..

All three people were naked, and the woman was intoxicated and throwing up by the time they got back to bed, the letter said. T.I. then "attempted to put his foot into her vagina." The woman told him no. She recalled T.I. laughing at her for vomiting and he left the room to retrieve condoms.

"The next thing she remembers," the letter continued, "was waking up naked on the couch, with a towel thrown over her, with a very sore vagina." A security guard was banging on the door, telling her to leave.

In a statement on Friday, T.I. and Tiny's high profile attorney, Steve Sadow, vigorously denied the rumors.

"We fully expect that if these claims are thoroughly and fairly investigated, no charges will be forthcoming," Sadow said. "These allegations are nothing more than the continuation of a sordid shakedown campaign that began on social media and now attempts to manipulate the press and misuse the justice system."

Sadow is mounting a million dollar defense for the Harrises. The power attorney's retainer fee is said to be in the neighborhood of $250,000, including a per hourly fee of $2,500.

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At least one of T.I. and Tameka "Tiny" Harris' accusers has retained famed sexual harassment attorney Lisa Bloom.

Dozens of women came forward, accusing the Harrises of drugging and sexually assaulting them, after Glam University owner Sabrina Peterson accused T.I. of putting a gun to her head.

Last night, Bloom, 59, announced she is representing one of the accusers. So far, no lawsuits have been filed.

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This changes the trajectory from petty accusations to a possible criminal trial or out of court settlements that could financially ruin the couple.

The 40-year-old rapper has already hurt his case by admitting to having intimate relations with some of the women, which he says was consensual.
 

Bloom, the daughter of famed attorney Gloria Allred, is known for representing famous sexual harassment victims and precipitating the firing of Bill O'Reilly from Fox News.

But she lost some credibility when she advised disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein before he was sued into oblivion by dozens of women who alleged sexual assault.

Weinstein, 68, was convicted of criminal sexual assault on February 24, 2020. He was sentenced to 23 years in prison.

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Nearly a dozen women have come forward with sexual abuse allegations against rapper Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife, singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris.

The women claims they were drugged and raped by T.I. and Tameka after they met the couple in strip clubs and bars.

The women came forward after the couple's longtime friend, Glam University owner Sabrina Peterson accused T.I. of putting a gun to her head.

In a recorded phone conversation, one woman told Sabrine that T.I. made her and pornstar Roxy Reynolds pop pills like "Molly" and Ecstasy while having sex with him and Tiny.

Another woman DM'd Sabrina on social media to say she contracted an STD from T.I. and she knew of others who also contracted the same STD from the rapper.

After Sabrina shared the women's testimonials on her Instagram Stories, Tiny's BFF Shekinah Jo accused Sabrina of happily participating in the drug-fueled orgies and even supplying T.I. and Tiny with women.

Sabrina responded by stating she shared the same space with Shekinah "for no more than 12 hours in my entire life."

T.I. and Tiny vigorously denied the allegations in a statement released by their lawyer on Friday.

"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."

Rumor has it that T.I. applied for a restraining order to prevent Sabrina from going near him and his wife or disparaging his good name on social media.

Sabrina shared shocking allegations made by women in her Instagram stories.

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Britain's most prolific rapist was sentenced to a minimum of 30 years in prison on Monday. Reynhard Sinaga, described as "Britain's most prolific rapist," was convicted of 136 rapes.

Sinaga, 36, is already serving 88 concurrent life sentences with a minimum of 20 years before he can be considered for parole.

He was sentenced on Monday in trials three and four, where he was convicted of an additional 23 counts of rape.

Police say Sinaga lured hundreds of men to his apartment in Manchester, England between 2015 and 2017.

Sinaga is accused of abusing at least 195 men by luring them to his apartment and drugging their drinks. He then attacked the men after they passed out.

Sinaga earned four degrees and was working on his PhD at Leeds University when he was arrested.

He was described as a bookish, Peter Pan-like figure who lived a short walk from the Factory, one of England's biggest LGBT clubs.

Sinaga was arrested after one victim escaped his apartment where he had been sexually assaulted. The victim accidentally took Sinaga's cell phone which was filled with graphic videos of Sinaga raping his victims.

The 18-year-old victim met Sinaga at the Factory one night in June 2017. Sinaga lured him back to his apartment "to get out of the cold."

The victim testified how he was given two shots of a red liquid and another two shots of what looked like a clear liqueur.

The victim recalls he "blacked out" and could remember nothing until he woke up the next morning.

The victim said he felt groggy and confused. The 6-foot rugby player easily overpowered the five-foot-seven Sinaga. He said Sinaga bit him several times during the struggle and pulled him back as he tried to leave.

After escaping Sinaga's apartment, the victim realized he had Sinaga's iPhone 4 in his jeans and he turned it over to police.

Sinaga initially refused police requests to unlock the phone, and began behaving strangely. When he did unlock the phone, police discovered the graphic videos.

Police executed a search of Sinaga's apartment and found another iPhone and more devices with videos on them.

Many of the victims did not report Sinaga to police because they didn't realize they had been raped until police found their videos on Sinaga's cell phone. One of his victims even "friended" him on Facebook.

Police said, if Sinaga hadn't recorded himself committing the vile acts, "nobody might ever have found out."