A lawyer is requesting that two states examine rapper Clifford “T.I.” Harris and his better half, artist Tameka “Small” Harris, in the wake of rape and misuse and different charges the couple has denied.
Lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn says he has been reached by more than 30 “ladies, survivors, and witnesses” in regards to claims against the couple.
At a question and answer session Monday, Blackburn repeated his assertion from an official statement dated Sunday that he has connected with investigators in Georgia and California to investigate the supposed occurrences. Blackburn says he has 11 customers.
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The lawyer imparted two letters to CNN – one routed to Georgia’s Office of the Attorney General and one routed to California’s. Six individuals are referred to between the two letters.
Blackburn said in a public statement there are claims “of constrained sedating, grabbing, assault, and terrorizing in any event two states.” He said the charges range 15 years and some supposed episodes in the letters purportedly include the couple; others supposedly elaborate anonymous individuals from their internal circle.
Steve Sadow, a lawyer for the Harrises, given a proclamation saying “Clifford (T.I.) and Tameka Harris deny in the most grounded potential terms these unverified and ridiculous claims.”
“We are certain that if these cases are all together and reasonably explored, no charges will be impending,” the assertion peruses. “The Harrises entreat everybody not to be taken in by these undeniable endeavors to control the press and abuse the equity framework.”
Blackburn says he sent letters to state specialists.
The two got by CNN demonstrate one asserted casualty was in California; five were occupants of Georgia. Everything except one is alluded to by assumed names.
“We can affirm receipt of the letter,” a representative for the workplace of Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr said in an email. “That is all I’m ready to share as of now.”