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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris legally lashed out at the woman who alleges he put a gun to her head and threatened to kill her.

Sabrina Peterson is suing T.I. and his wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris for defamation, but in new legal documnents obtained by TMZ, T.I. is asking a judge to throw her defamation lawsuit out of court.

T.I. claims Peterson's reputation is already so scandalous, that it's impossible to harm her reputation any further.

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As TMZ reported, in her lawsuit filed earlier this year, Peterson claims T.I. and Tiny smeared her good name with public statements and social media posts.

However, the rapper's lawyer, Andrew Brettler, claims Peterson "is an adjudged liar, a convicted felon with a lengthy rap sheet for crimes involving dishonesty and violent assault, and has a reputation for being unscrupulous."

Additionally Brettler says there's no way T.I. and Tiny could besmirch Peterson's already sullied reputation.

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According to Peterson's lawsuit, Tiny referred to Peterson on social media as "strange," and added, "everybody know you been special."

Peterson claims she has since become the target of online harassment and threatening messages, but T.I. claims she can't sue over those comments because they are just opinions.

T.I. retained Brettler because he is admitted to try cases in California, where Peterson lives. T.I.'s longtime attorney, Atlanta-based Steven Sadow, is only licensed to practice law in Georgia.

Defamation, also known as slander, is more difficult to prove because it is usually uttered as an opinion.

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Tip "T.I." Harris laughed off Sabrina Peterson's request for an apology in exchange for dropping her lawsuit.

Peterson previously accused T.I. of putting a gun to her head during an argument a few years ago. She also accused the 40-year-old rapper and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 45, of sexually assaulting her.

After her allegations went viral, dozens of women came forward and accused the Harrises of drugging and raping them as well.

Last week, Peterson demanded an apology from T.I. in exchange for dropping a sexual assault lawsuit that she filed earlier this year.

"Tell the truth about me, tell the truth about what you did to me and apologize and I'm gone. I don't want one dime and here's the other stipulation, do it within seven days... Within seven days, tell the truth and apologize and I'm gone."

The busy entrepreneur said the ongoing legal drama was taking precious time away from her growing brand.

"I don't want a dime from yo... but if I gotta keep drawing this sh-t out, if I gotta keep stepping away from my motherf--king brand, I gotta keep stepping away from my weed and my weed jars, I gotta keep stepping away from my motherf--king packaging, I gotta keep stepping away from my fundraising I'm supposed to be doing, my 12 million dollar fundraiser, if I gotta keep stepping away from my godd--mn desk to answer these godd--mn calls... then it is what it is."

On Monday, T.I. responded to Peterson's request by laughing. The father-of-seven posted a photo of himself laughing his head off. He captioned the image, "An apology? - Drako voice #WhatItsComeTo."

On Memorial Day, Peterson fired back by posting a "Narcissist Check List" along with the caption: "Pride comes before the fall."

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Shekinah Jo spilled the tea about her controlling relationship with former Xscape singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris over the weekend.

Shekinah claims her former best friend turned on her after Tiny urged Shekinah to put T.I.'s accuser, Sabrina Peterson, on blast.

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If you recall, Shekinah (right) injected herself into the allegations surrounding Tiny and her husband, rapper Tip "T.I." Harris.

Sabrina claimed T.I. put a gun to her head during a hated dispute years ago. Then dozens of women messaged Sabrina on Instagram and Twitter to say T.I. and Tiny drugged and sexually abused them.

That's when Shekinah appeared to low-key confirm certain rumors about the former power couple during an Instagram Live.

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In a low-key sneaky way, Shekinah (left) seemed to confirm longstanding rumors that Sabrina enjoyed sexual relations with both T.I. and Tiny.

RhymeswithSnitch.com called Shekinah's Live "a misguided attempt to defend T.I. and Tiny, Tiny's friend, Sabrina."

But others say Shekinah did it intentionally to get back at T.I. and Tiny for dismissing her from their reality TV series.

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In a tearful confessional on Bigo Live over the weekend, Shekinah explained that she and Tiny are no longer friends after Shekinah apparently botched Tiny's instructions.

Instead of putting Sabrina on blast, Shekinah's message actually raised more questions about T.I. and Tiny's involvement with Sabrina.

Shekinah claims Tiny was in the room and coached her on what to say about Sabrina. But her attempt to diss Sabrina misfired badly. Tiny parted ways with Shekinah soon after.

Now Shekinah is hurt and confused and spilling her guts about her controlling relationship with ex-bestie Tiny.

Watch Shekinah's confessional below.
 

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Notorious gossip vlogger Tasha K (left) got a phone call from Sabrina Peterson after her show Friday night.

Sabrina (right) is the woman who accused rapper Tip "T.I." Harris of putting a gun to her head.

After her allegations went viral, a number of women came forward to accuse T.I. and his wife, Xscape singer Tameka Harris, of drugging and trafficking them.

No charges have been filed against the couple, but the damage has been done to their reality TV careers.

Tasha K is the vlogger known for spinning wild stories about celebrities for 'likes' and views on YouTube.

She was in court last week for a preliminary hearing in rapper Cardi B's defamation case against her.

Tasha recorded the phone call between herself and Sabrina on Friday. Both women scream over each other and call each other names.

Your auntie only watched half of the video. It's difficult to hear anything due to all the yelling.

Tasha claims Sabrina threatened to "cut" her. Tasha threatened to provide receipts proving Sabrina cut someone else and was previously jailed for assault.

Watch the video below.
 

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife, R&B singer Tameka "Tiny" Harris have denied accusations of drugging, kidnapping and sex abuse made by as many as 30 women.

Over the weekend, New York-based attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn sent letters to federal prosecutors in two states calling for a criminal investigation into the allegations.

In the letters, Blackburn accused the Atlanta power couple of "a myriad of allegations of forced drugging, kidnapping, rape, and intimidation in at least two states, including California and Georgia."

Blackburn filed a defamation lawsuit against T.I. and Tiny on behalf of Atlanta entrepreneur Sabrina Peterson, who previously accused T.I. of putting a gun to her head during an argument in 2009.

T.I. has retained his friend, high-powered criminal defense attorney Steve Sadow to represent him and his wife.

On Monday, Sadow said in a statement that T.I. and Tiny "deny in the strongest possible terms these unsubstantiated and baseless allegations" and he called the lawsuit a "shakedown" for money.

At a virtual press conference on Monday, Blackburn said the anonymous women aren't looking for money.

"They're seeking justice... These women have never put forth a request for money. They've never asked for money. Steve Sadow, maybe he misspoke... I didn't ask him for a dollar and from what I got from the conversations we had from the emails, they were very, very interested in killing this story and these claims. They didn't want this to come out."

Rumors of T.I. and Tiny's drug-fueled orgies have circulated on blogs and social media for years.

T.I. himself confirmed the rumors in a video response to Peterson's allegations in January.

"Uh, what we not going to do is open up the door to my bedroom," he said in the 8-minute video uploaded to Instagram.

"But I will say this, whatever we ever have done, has been done with consensual adults who into what we into and like what we like. If we want something, we know exactly where to go get it. We've never forced anybody, we've never drugged anybody against their will, we've never held anybody against their will. We've never made anybody do anything. We never sexually trafficked anything. I ain't never raped nobody, never raped nobody."

In a recent episode of T.I.'s podcast series, "ExpediTIously," the soft-spoken Sadow said he draws the line at representing sexual predators, since those cases are the most difficult to defend morally.

Watch T.I.'s interview with Sadow below.
 

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Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny were hit with a defamation lawsuit by Sabrina Peterson, the longtime family friend who claimed he put a gun to her head in 2009.

Peterson sued Clifford Joseph Harris, Jr., 40, and his wife, Tameka "Tiny” Harris, 45, for using their social media platforms to smear her good name.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Peterson claims she got into an argument with her former friend, T.I., who then put a gun to her head and told her, "B*tch I'll kill you."

After Peterson, 42, went public with the allegations in January, Tameka posted a photo of T.I. posing with Peterson's 8-year-old son.

Peterson claims Tameka exposed her son to "vitriol and danger."

The post, which has since been deleted, sparked rumors that the boy was fathered by T.I.

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T.I. and Tiny's high-powered attorney, Steve Sadow, tells TMZ they "deny in the strong possible terms these unsubstantiated and baseless allegations."

Sadow added, "These allegations are nothing more than the continuation of a sordid shakedown campaign that began on social media." He said T.I. and Tiny "implore everyone not to be taken in by these obvious attempts to manipulate the press and misuse the justice system."

In related news, a NY-based attorney sent letters to federal prosecutors in two states asking them to investigate allegations of drugging and sex abuse lodged by at least 11 women.

Attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn told the New York Times that the women were drugged, raped or sexually assaulted by the Harrises or those in their inner circle of friends and associates.

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T.I. and Tameka "Tiny" Harris's former friend, Sabrina Peterson is bringing the heat.

After accusing the rap mogul of putting a gun to her head, the Glam University owner now suggests that T.I. and the former Xscape singer drugged and seduced underage girls.

Dozens of women have contacted Sabrina on social media with wild accusations that they were drugged and forced to have sexual relations with T.I., Tiny and even their bodyguards and homies in hotel rooms.

Last week T.I. officially denied the claims on Instagram: "What we not going to do is open up the door to my bedroom," he said in a video post.

"Whatever we ever have done, has been done with consensual adults who into what we into and like what we like. If we want something, we know exactly where to go get it. We've never forced anybody, we've never drugged anybody against their will, we've never held anybody against their will. We've never made anybody do anything. We never sexually trafficked anything."

But Sabrina is not backing down.

In an Instagram stories post, Sabrina wrote:

"I could stay quiet until it was proven that underaged girls are involved. You stay quiet & I'm going to be a voice for mine."
 

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Years ago, rumors spread like wildfire that rapper Tip "T.I." Harris was expecting a child with a woman who was not his wife.

Fast forward to 2021 and rumors are circulating that T.I. is the father of one of Sabrina's sons, which confirms the gossip blogs' suspicion that he fathered a child with another woman in 2013.

Sabrina, a longtime friend of T.I. and Tameka, took to social media to claim T.I. held a gun to her head. Then dozens of women came forward to accuse T.I. and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris of drugging and sexually abusing them.

T.I. and Tameka denied the allegations. Tameka responded by sharing a photo of T.I. with Sabrina's sons -- which sparked a new round of rumors that one of the boys is T.I.'s illegitimate son.

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The rapper took to Instagram on Friday to address the sexual abuse allegations.

"It's been extremely difficult for me to remain quiet in light of all the things that have transpired, and all the egregious allegations being tossed around about me and my wife. But there's a reason for that, and I don't mind sharing it. You see, if a person does not have any right to criminally or civilly have you in court... the best thing they can do is get you for defamation... Drag you in court, make you pay their legal bills."

T.I. suggested he is prepared to fight fir with fire by filing defamation lawsuits.
 


 

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Rapper T.I's daughter Deyjah Harris tweeted and deleted a cryptic message about her father waking her up and offering her juice at 5 a.m.

The teenager wrote: "This is gonna sound super weird but last night, my pops woke me up around 5 AM asking if I wanted some juice and when I sat up, it LITERALLY felt as if I caught a charley horse but it was on the right side of my neck [sic]."

In response to a question from a follower, Deyjah wrote: "lmaooo, this isn't a normal thing. He just randomly came and asked if i wanted juice. i was confused like shit but i took it... [sic]"

The tweet was sent out on Jan. 23 -- days before Atlanta socialite Sabrina Peterson accused the rapper of putting a gun to her head. And before a plethora of women came forward to accuse T.I. and his wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris of drugging them and sexually abusing them.

Someone on gossip forum Lipstick Alley captured Deyjah's tweets and reposted them in a lengthy thread where many speculated that Deyjah's innocent tweet meant her father's sweet gesture was somehow incestuous.

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Meanwhile, former friend Sabrina, who accused T.I. of putting a gun to her head "in front of children," took a lie detector test that showed no deception.

T.I. responded to the allegations that he and his wife drugged and sexually abused women.

"What we not going to do is open up the door to my bedroom," he said in a video posted on Instagram.

"Whatever we ever have done, has been done with consensual adults who into what we into and like what we like. If we want something, we know exactly where to go get it. We've never forced anybody, we've never drugged anybody against their will, we've never held anybody against their will. We've never made anybody do anything. We never sexually trafficked anything."

He captioned the video: "No weapon formed against us shall prosper. We vehemently deny ALL these disgusting, anonymous allegations..."

He added: "I want to say my wife is a beautiful person with an amazing spirit and a kind heart," T.I. shared on Instagram. "She's a devoted mother and she has a humble soul. She don't deserve it."
 

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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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