Clifford “T.I.” Harris and his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Harris, are accused of drugging a woman they met at a nightclub and sexually assaulting her in a hotel, according to a new lawsuit.
The plaintiff is an Air Force veteran, who filed the suit as Jane Doe.
She claims in or around 2005, an associate of the couple named “Caviar” took to her a Los Angeles nightclub to meet the couple.
Once in the VIP section, Jane Doe says she ordered two drinks on her own and then Tiny gave her a drink (that she ended up sharing with a friend).
Jane says T.I. asked her to ride with him and Tiny Harris back to the hotel after leaving the club and to her surprise, there were two other women in the SUV.
After arriving at the hotel, Jane said Tiny kicked out the other two women because one became too flirtatious with T.I.
According to the lawsuit, after the other women left, Tiny took her into the bathroom and got in the shower with her – T.I. joined them.
That’s when Jane said she began to feel lightheaded and dizzy.
She says T.I. instructed her to go to the bed, where he demanded she rub him down with oil.
Jane alleges Tiny Harris began grinding on her naked body on her back and T.I. penetrated her with his toe.
When T.I. allegedly got up to retrieve a condom, Jane Doe said she went to the bathroom to vomit.
She claims T.I. mockingly laughed at her and said, “Are you alright? Looks like you in last place.“
Jane Doe claims she passed out in the bathroom and woke up the next morning with her “vagina in serious pain” (itching and burning).
A security guard booted her out of the hotel room as T.I. and his wife, Tiny Harris slept in the bed.
Jane Doe is suing the couple under California’s Sexual Abuse and Cover-Up Accountability Act for sexual battery, assault, negligence, and false imprisonment.
If this case sounds familiar it’s because it is.
Jane Doe was one of 13 alleged victims who came forward in 2021 accusing T.I. and Tiny Harris of drugging and sexually assaulting them.
The Los Angeles Police Department opened an investigation but later closed it.
“Without the strengths and weaknesses of the evidence being evaluated, the case is declined due to the expiration,” the district attorney’s office wrote in the charge evaluation.
The couple’s attorney told TMZ, “Not only are the claims bogus, but they missed the deadline to file the lawsuit.”
If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, please contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or go to rainn.org.