Note: This article contains descriptions of suspected sexual assault.

TI and his wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris are under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department on new sexual assault allegations, reports The Daily Beast. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to Pitchfork that an investigation is taking place but did not provide any further details.

A woman, whose identity was kept anonymous, filed a police report with two LAPD officers in April. In the report audited by Pitchfork, the woman claimed she was taken to a hotel room by TI and Tiny with a drink she believes “most likely drugged,” and claimed TI went with her without her his toes penetrated her vagina consent. She claimed the alleged attack took place in 2005. The Daily Beast also shared details of a second alleged police report filed in Las Vegas earlier this month.

When attorney Steve Sadow reached out for comment, he made the following statement on behalf of TI and Tiny:

The Harrises have not spoken to or contacted by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD), or any law enforcement officer from any other jurisdiction in the country. Even if the story in the Daily Beast is nearly true, it seems that the LAPD prosecutor has once again chosen to remain anonymous, which prevents us from being able to refute or refute their allegations – or even to refute them examine. Although this is the first time we have the name of a “prosecutor” who allegedly filed a police report with LVPD, we meanwhile have absolutely no details about their claim.

The woman who filed the Los Angeles police report is represented by Attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn. Blackburn sent letters to US law firms in February on behalf of eleven people who claimed to have been “victimized” by the Harrises to initiate criminal investigations. The Harrises have consistently denied the allegations against them through their lawyer Sadow. In March, the Harrises were sued by Sabrina Peterson for defamation, invasion of privacy, deliberate infliction of emotional distress, and more.

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, we encourage you to seek support:

RAINN National Hotline for Sexual Assault
http://www.rainn.org
1 800 656 HOPE (4673)

Line of crisis text
http://www.facebook.com/crisistextline (chat support)
SMS: Text “HERE” to 741-741