Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny will not face charges of sexual assault in Las Vegas but are still being investigated in Los Angeles.
According to reports, the Las Vegas Metropolitan PD has decided to close the case weeks after an alleged victim filed a police report.
Sources say the woman said she met Tiny at the airport and was invited to hang out with the couple. She accused the two of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2010.
The police determined the alleged crime fell outside the statue of limitations and decided to not move forward with an investigation.
The decision doesn’t mean T.I. and Tiny are out of the woods just yet. As Radar previously reported, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed they are looking into another alleged victim's claims after she came forward this month.
The woman, identified as Jane Doe in the police report, claims she met the couple while at a Hollywood night club.
T.I. asked her to come back to their hotel room. She says they persuaded her to take a shower with them. The rapper allegedly led her to bed and turned on a pornographic film.
The rapper allegedly lead her to the bed and turned on a pornographic film. Doe says T.I. asked her to rub oil on his body. Tiny allegedly joined in on the action.
She claims T.I. then came from behind her and stuck his toes in her vagina.
Doe claims she went to the bathroom and started throwing up. She allegedly blacked out in the hotel room and woke up the next morning. She says her vagina was sore and she felt a burning sensation.
The L.A.P.D. is investigating the incident. T.I.'s lawyer claims they have yet to be contacted by the department. Earlier this year, T.I. and Tiny started being accused of sexual assault by multiple women.
Lawyer Tyrone A. Blackburn, who was hired by the accusers, has not filed a civil lawsuit for assault. Instead, he has called on local authorities to launch investigations into the couple for their alleged crimes.
T.I. and his wife have denied all allegations of wrongdoing. They say all their encounters were consensual.