The fallout from T.I.‘s Might arrest for public drunkenness is getting worse.
Henry County, Georgia, prosecutors have charged the rapper, whose actual title is Clifford Harris, with three misdemeanors — easy assault, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct — after an altercation together with his gated group’s safety guard, TMZ reported.
He doesn’t face any jail time.
T.I.’s legal professional, Steve Sadow, advised the Atlanta Journal-Structure that the safety guard, named Euwan James, was fired following the altercation.
Sadow referred to as the fees “baseless, ill-founded and unjustified.”
James stated he felt threatened throughout the altercation with T.I.
The Henry County District Lawyer’s workplace didn’t instantly return a request for remark.
This story initially appeared within the New York Submit.