TI Arrested In Georgia For Assault And Public Drunkenness

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T.I. was arrested early Wednesday morning (May 16) on a trio of charges after he got into an altercation with the security guard at his own gated community in Georgia.

See the full lawyer response, here.

The Henry County Police Department has not immediately responded to Blavity's request for comment on the details regarding T.I.'s arrest.

The artist, whose legal name is Clifford Harris Jr., was arrested on charges of simple assault, public drunkenness, and disorderly conduct, all misdemeanors, at approximately 4 a.m.at the entrance of the Eagles Landing Country Club, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

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He ended the short video saying despite it all, he made it to his son's birthday and will "let God deal with the craziness".

After T.I. woke up the guard and asked to be let in because he didn't have his keys, James initially refused, the report states. Sadow said the guard refused to allow T.I. entry, even after the rapper contacted his wife, Xscape member Tameka "Tiny" Cottle, who confirmed her husband's identity. Afterwards the rapper was still upset and went back to the guard shack and demanded to speak to his supervisor, who had called the police about the matter. He then returned to confront the guard again, which was when the cops were called. TMZ was told that while T.I. didn't physically hurt the guard, the guard was afraid that Tip would hit him during the argument.

Despite the headline-generating bust, Tip didn't spend much time in police custody or have to stand before a judge. "Tip clearly identified himself and sought entry", his attorney Steve Sadow wrote on Facebook. The guard was sound asleep when Tip arrived at the guardhouse. He said. "With all we done been through man, this is small potatoes, man. When the police arrived, they were not interested in hearing [T.I.]'s side of the story and wrongfully chose to end the situation by arresting [him]".

His friend, Marquinarius Holmes, 40, of Stockbridge, was arrested on outstanding charges out of Clayton County and for not having proof of vehicle insurance, the sheriff's office told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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