NewsSabrina Peterson to Pay 5-Figure In Legal Fees to T.I. and Tiny

Sabrina Peterson to Pay 5-Figure In Legal Fees to T.I. and Tiny


On Oct.16, ​​T.I. and Tiny emerged victorious in their battle for legal fees with their former friend, Sabrina Peterson. According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline reveal that Peterson has been ordered to pay a substantial sum to the couple after most of her claims in a bombshell lawsuit were defeated.

A recent hearing took place regarding T.I. and Tiny’s motion to recover legal fees from Peterson. The couple’s lawyer, Andrew Brettler, and his team, successfully persuaded a higher court to overturn a lower court’s decision that favored Peterson.

Peterson responded to a comments social media users made regarding the court decision on a post shared by ShadeRoom.

Tiny responded on Instagram with a now deleted post stating, “Hold up …. So you want your abuser to train your son … now when did you say my husband assaulted you? Did you change your mind or change it back? What’s up wit you today Pooh? I’m confused. Stop harassing my family. You strange. Everybody know you been special. Please Get help,” TMZ reported. 
In her lawsuit, Peterson also accused the couple of subjecting her to online harassment.

T.I. and Tiny firmly denied all allegations, asserting that Peterson’s reputation had been tarnished before their statements. Their lawyer characterized her as “an adjudged liar, a convicted felon with a lengthy rap sheet for crimes involving dishonesty and violent assault, and has a reputation for being unscrupulous.” The rapper argued that any statements made were not defamatory but constituted an opinion, and the couple demanded the case be dismissed.

Source: Black Enterprise

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