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T.I. Denies The “Egregiously” Sexual Abuse Allegations

The King of The South T.I. and his wife Tiny are dealing with some harsh sexual coercion and assault allegations. Sabrina Peterson, the owner of Glam University, alleges that T.I. and Tiny forced women to take undisclosed drugs before entering the couple’s home. Peterson also claims that T.I. held a gun to her head after Peterson went public with the allegations.

T.I. and Tiny released a statement through their spokesperson saying the couple “emphatically deny. In the strongest way possible. The egregiously appalling allegations being made by Sabrina Peterson.”

In an Instagram post, T.I. address Peterson and her allegations. “My wife is a beautiful person. With an amazing spirit and a kind heart,” T.I. says. “She’s a devoted mother, and she has a humble soul. She doesn’t deserve this.”

Since Peterson went public with her allegations. Several social media users began to share their stories on how they were alleged victims of T.I. and Tiny. Although the claims of various social media users have not been verified. Or proven authentic. Some compare the allegations of T.I and Tiny’s to R Kelly and his underage sex abuse cases.

“Whatever we have done,” says T.I. “Has been done with consenting adults. Whose into what we’re into and like what we like. If we want something. We know exactly where to go to get it. We ain’t never force nobody. We ain’t never drugged nobody. We ain’t never held anybody against their will.”

Tiny has responded by posting a screenshot of a 2019 Facebook photo of T.I. and Peterson’s young boys. “Hold up… So you want your abuser to train your sons?” the caption read.

As of right now, no legal charges have been filed against T.I. or Tiny from Peterson or any other alleged victim.

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