The outlet says that a lawyer named Tyrone A. Blackburn has asked authorities to start an investigation into T.I. and Tiny on behalf of the 11 women who have made claims against them. He sent a letter to the prosecution claiming that they have committed several crimes. They include “sexual abuse, forced ingestion of illegal narcotics, kidnapping, terroristic threats, and false imprisonment.”
Blackburn also added specific details from a situation in 2005. Although the victim is anonymous, the lawyer said, “On several occasions, T.I. forced her to take multiple ecstasy pills. The duo forced her to engage in sexual acts with different women against her will. … She has personally witnessed women complaining of being kidnapped and held against their will for days at a time.”
As we pointed out, T.I. and Tiny have denied these claims. So far, no formal investigation has been launched.