Rapper T.I. and his wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris are currently under investigation in two Nevada and California due to allegations that they sexually assaulted and drugged two women in 2005.

Two reports were made to police. Steve Sadow, the lawyer for T.I. and Tiny, says the accuser in the Nevada incident is choosing to remain anonymous, which puts them in a position where they cannot “disprove or refute her allegations – or even examine them.”

“Meanwhile, although we now appear for the first time to have the name of an ‘accuser’ who supposedly filed a police report with (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department), we have absolutely zero detail about her … claim,” said Sadow.

The LVPD report was filed May 8 by Rachelle Jenks. She is accusing the couple of having drugged her and spiking her shot of Patrón before taking advantage of her sexually. Since she was inebriated, Jenks says she could not give the couple consent to engage in sexual acts.

The second accuser has similar allegations. She claimed through a virtual meeting that she was drugged and sexually assaulted by the couple in 2005. The accuser claims Tiny was sitting on her back as T.I. was engaging in sexual activity. Like Jenks, she claims to have been given a shot of Patrón by T.I. and believes it was spiked.

The report states that the “victim believes there was something in Tiny’s drink that made her blackout because she could not have blacked out from the two drinks she had that evening.”

T.I. and Harris denied all accusations made against them.

Sadow believes that “by hiding behind anonymous allegations, the unnamed accusers effectively render themselves not credible and worthy of belief. Stop trying to manipulate the press and misuse the justice system, and let the light shine on their identities so we can go about disproving these scurrilous accusations.”

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