Security guard Euwan James wouldn’t let him in at first, but he eventually complied, allowing T.I. to go home. The rapper then returned to get the name of the guard’s supervisor, which is when things allegedly got heated.
A Henry County police report said T.I. was intoxicated and began to confront James using "vulgar, profane, lout and unbecoming language." The profane language, which involved T.I. asking James to leave his guard shack to confront him, led to three counts of disorderly conduct.
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He allegedly told James, “Nobody will get you out of this” and “you have to look me in the eyes as a man,” according to charging documents.
A simple assault charge was previously dropped when the rapper's accusation was amended Oct. 16, court documents showed. At that point, he still faced charges of public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
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When T.I. was formally charged in September, Sadow told AJC.com the accusations were “baseless, ill-founded and unjustified.” He pointed to the fact that the guard was eventually fired by his security company for what Sadow said was “the way he handled the situation with T.I.”
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