Tiny Harris Seeks Physical Custody of Kids in Divorce Papers


Tameka “Tiny” Harris is making a few demands in her divorce to rapper T.I. It was announced that the former Xscape singer filed divorce papers on Dec. 7 in Henry County, Georgia, following rumors of marital strife.

According to the Jasmine Brand, Tiny wants her six-year marriage to the “Money Talk” rapper annulled and is also seeking temporary and permanent legal and physical custody of their three children King, 12; Major, 8; and Heiress Diana, 9 months.

The outlet reported that if T.I. contests to her custody requests, Tiny wants the court to “appoint a Guardian ad Litem to represent the interest of said children and do a full and complete in-home study and further to appoint a mental health expert to do full psychological evaluations on both parties as well as the children for purposes of assisting the Court in making a custody determination.”

The Jasmine Brand also reported that Tiny listed in the divorce papers that there is some marital debt and she believes T.I. should be responsible for paying all of it because of how much money he makes. The former singer and “T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle” star is also said to be seeking child support and alimony.

People magazine reported Tuesday that Tiny had filed for divorce. She and T.I. started dating in 2002 and married in 2010 in Miami Beach, Florida. The couple’s divorce comes after a video and photo surfaced of Tiny hanging out with Floyd Mayweather at Mariah Carey’s Halloween party. Mayweather and T.I. have been feuding since 2014 after rumors surfaced that the boxer had slept with Tiny.

After the photo popped up online, Tiny told TMZ that she was forced to take the picture with her husband’s nemesis. “Man, I was walking out of the party and Mariah and them were taking pictures and she asked me, ‘Tiny come take this picture with me.’ I’m just not gonna tell the queen no and make a big scene of it,” she explained. “I just took the picture and kept it moving. I’m in her party, in her house.”

Source: International Business Times  |  Minyvonne Burke