T.I. Won't Return To "Ant-Man" Franchise, Sabrina Peterson Files Lawsuit: Report
Another professional casualty has been reported for T.I. in the wake of the allegations against him and his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris. Weeks ago, the couple’s former friend Sabrina Peterson came forward on social media with accusations that the rapper held a gun to her head. Soon, Peterson would return with several women who allege they are victims of drugging, sexual abuse, and kidnapping by the famous couple—accusations that both Tiny and T.I. have actively denied.
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On Monday (March 1), it was reported that a New York lawyer named Tyrone A. Blackburn penned a letter to state and federal prosecutors in California and Georgia. He claims that he’s spoken with alleged victims—a reported 11 additional women—who accused the couple of sexual assault and rape, while he also calls on authorities to launch an official investigation.