Manufacturing of the hit VH1 collection ‘T.I. & Tiny: Buddies & Household Hustle’ has been halted following sexual abuse allegations introduced towards the celebrities of the present.
Deadline stories the present had been capturing its fourth season in Atlanta since December.
Whereas T.I. and Tiny have denied the allegations on a number of events, the fallout continues for the couple, who’ve been accused of sexual abuse, trafficking, drugging and coercing ladies.
“We’re conscious of the allegations, and whereas they don’t seem to be linked to our present, we have now reached out to T.I. and Tameka Harris, in addition to native and state officers,” an MTV Leisure spokesperson stated in a press release to Deadline. “Given the intense nature of the allegations, we have now determined to droop manufacturing in an effort to collect extra info.”
Sources informed Deadline the choice to pause manufacturing was a mutual one between MTV Leisure, T.I. and Tiny. It’s additionally being reported that beforehand introduced plans for a spring Season 4 premiere are additionally on maintain.
As MTV Leisure appears to be like into the allegations, it’s unclear if there may be any such legal investigation, and authorities haven’t charged the couple with something at the moment.
Regardless that there is no such thing as a legal case towards the couple, it feels like a civil go well with could also be within the works after famed attorney Lisa Bloom took to Twitter to announce that she is now representing one of the accusers.
Bloom didn’t say who her shopper is or what they’re particularly alleging the couple did, however she’s recognized for taking related excessive profile instances.
This all started after Glam College CEO Sabrina Peterson, a former buddy of the couple, accused T.I. of pointing a gun at her. After she shared her story, Peterson claimed a number of alleged victims got here ahead with their very own accounts of damaging interactions with the celebrities.
We’ll maintain you posted on any updates.
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