The sexual abuse allegations against musicians and reality television stars Clifford “TI” Harris and Tameka “Tiny” Harris continue to grow.
As reported a few weeks ago, over 30 individuals have contacted the law firm representing the eleven individuals (10 women and one man) are accusing the couple of sexual abuse, drugging and kidnapping crimes. Now an additional six more have come forward to add their names to the ongoing list.
Attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn who represents 11 victims, including the first accuser and former friend of the couple Sabrina Peterson, told The Daily Beast, “If I was a prosecutor, I’d have brought charges already.”
"These women have come forward because there’s a void that has been left in their lives and the people that created the void are Clifford and Tameka Harris,” Blackburn continued. “Granted, the void can never be fully filled, but at least it can be put back together if these cases are handled with care, are thoroughly investigated, indictments are executed, and the Harrises are prosecuted.”
Attorney Steve Sadow who represents T.I. and Tiny reserves comment until Blackburn releases the identities of the alleged victims. “Respectfully, when Blackburn exposes his would-be accusers to the light of day by revealing their names, I will have a real comment. Hiding their identities makes it impossible for me to do so," he said.
Filming on the popular VH1 series T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle was suspended indefinitely once the allegations came to light in February.
MTV Entertainment put out a statement at the time via a spokesperson, saying they are "aware of the allegations," and despite the allegations not being in connection with the show, "we have reached out to T.I. and Tameka Harris, as well as local and state officials." The spokesperson also added that the show's halt of production was done "in order to gather more information."