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The court intended to avoid any "sliming" of the parties engaged in the legal lawsuit.

The lawsuit trial between T.I. and Tiny Harris and MGA Entertainment has received a major win. According to Rolling Stone, the rapper’s “virginity tests” on his daughter, Deyjah Harris, would not be used at the trial. The source claims that MGA Entertainment submitted a motion on Thursday night. Then, after T.I. disclosed that he took his daughter to the gynecologist to make sure her hymen was still intact, he “sought the court’s permission to show jurors” video of “the family turmoil.” The events were captured on the couple’s T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle reality series on VH1.

T.I says, ‘Look, Doc, she don’t ride no horses, she don’t ride no bike, she don’t play no sports. Just check the hymen, please, and give me back my results expeditiously.”


The rapper at the moment faced severe criticism from spectators. Later on, he clarified that he was “joking,” adding that the audience “misconstrued” his remarks. The rapper’s personal life will not be used as evidence in the trial, the judge further stated but his cannabis usage is included in this. The usage of the videos of these items was defended by an MGA attorney and also stated that the videos demonstrate why the business would not base its “L.O.L Surprise OMG” dolls on the family.

The jury is being misled by opposing counsel’s ability to play video after video of not only the OMG Girlz but also the entire family looking good and like an all-American family. There are so many videos of these people on social media and so many reasons why MGA would not want to make a doll line out of them.


The court “intended to avoid any ‘sliming’ of the parties engaged in the legal lawsuit,” according to Rolling Stone. The pair hasn’t given a specific dollar figure for the amount of money they want, the outlet claims. However, they have stated that MGA has profited by stealing the OMG Girlz “name, image & trade dress” to the tune of “millions.” On Thursday, Tiny Harris spoke out about the parallels she saw between the girl group and the dolls.

“This doll is too well-known. For me, the dress is a huge deal. Without the OMG brand, all the different coincidences, and the clothing we designed, I wouldn’t be here. For the girls’ trip, this specific costume was planned, produced, or, if you prefer, handcrafted. I’m only saying that this brand was defrauded.”


According to Rolling Stone, T.I. is anticipated to testify this week at some point. – Steve Sijenyi



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