T.I. and his wife Tiny won’t be charged for an alleged assault, it was reported on Thursday.
A woman previously claimed the couple drugged and sexually harassed her in 2005.
Earlier this year, a woman filed paperwork accusing the rapper- whose real name is Clifford Joseph Harris Jr.- and his wife of drugging and assaulting her in 2005 in Los Angeles.
TMZ reported on Thursday that the couple won’t be charged and the prosecutors decided to not move forward with the case.
According to new legal docs obtained by the outlet, prosecutors chose to not charge T.I., 40, and Tiny, 46, because the case falls outside the statute of limitations.
The documents explain that prosecutors made the decision because the 10-year statute of limitations has expired.
Back in May, The Daily Beast that Los Angeles cops launched an investigation into the pair over the allegations.
An anonymous woman, identified as Jane Doe, met with detectives virtually and alleged she was drugged and sexually assaulted in 2005 after meeting the couple at a club.
The woman’s claims are not the only abuse allegations that the couple has been hit with.
The rapper’s former friend, Sabrina Peterson, previously accused the couple of sexual misconduct.
Sabrina accused the couple of sexual misconduct and claimed T.I. threatened her with a gun in 2009 following a nasty fight.
After making allegations against T.I and Tiny, whose real name is Tameka Cottle, Sabrina claimed more than 100 women contacted her with their own sexual misconduct accusations toward the couple.
She shared a few claims on her account, as some of the alleged victims said they’d been drugged, forced into sex and/or trafficked by the couple.
Back in February, The Sun revealed that a group of women with claims against the couple planned to travel to New York to meet an attorney building a class action against the stars.
Sabrina told The Sun she was “overwhelmed” with the response she received since coming forward with the allegations.
While adding that she plans to open up more about her experience, she shared: “I got a call today from a documentary team so we’re going to go ahead and let the girls tell their story like in the R. Kelly show, to get them some therapy, too, so they can process their pain.
“At the end of this, it might be into the hundreds of girls that come out, ultimately. It’s bad.”
A spokesperson for T.I. and Tiny profusely denied the claims in January.
The rep told Complex: “Mr and Mr. Harris want to be on record and more importantly want the public to know they emphatically deny in the strongest way possible the egregiously appalling allegations being made against them by Sabrina Peterson.
“The Harrises have had difficulty with this woman for well over a decade. They are taking this matter very seriously.”