Later on today, Tyrone Blackburn, an attorney reportedly representing several women who have accused T.I. and his wife Tiny Harris, will be holding a press conference.
Blackburn says he has approached law enforcement authorities in two states seeking criminal probes on behalf of 11 women who said they were victimized by the couple or members of their crew.
The virtual press conference will be held in Atlanta on Monday, March 1st.
"In the past several weeks, over thirty (30) women, survivors, and witnesses contacted attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn, Esq, T. A. Blackburn Law PLLC, with a myriad of allegations of forced drugging, kidnapping, rape, and intimidation in at least two states, including California and Georgia against Clifford Harris "T.I.," and his wife Tameka Harris "Tiny" (collectively, "T&T")," his statement begins.
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"These criminal allegations span over fifteen years of methodical, sadistic abuse against women in various venues throughout the country. These individual claims paint eerily consistent allegations of women prior to or upon immediately entering T&T's home, hotel, or tour bus were coerced by Tiny to ingest drugs or unknowingly administered drugs to impair the victims' ability to consent to subsequent vile sexual acts," he continued.
"Due to the breadth and complexity of this matter, the potential for many victims coming forward, jurisdictional powers and resources needed to investigate T&T and their co-conspirators, criminal referrals were sent by Mr. Blackburn to the Georgia US Attorney in the Northern District, the California U.S. Attorney in the Central District, State Attorney Generals of California and Georgia, and the Los Angeles District Attorney Office. The referrals request the respective offices open a criminal probe under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) and Georgia's Rape, Kidnapping, RICO, and Terroristic Threats Statues."
The couple has denied all allegations against them.