Too Short provides text's to prove his innocence!!

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Bay Area legend Too Short had a sexual assault allegation publicized in January. And, his legal team just pulled proof of his innocence! Teana Louis claimed that she was assaulted by the rapper between June and October 2016, but Short denied her claims. His legal team recently provided text messages that prove the relationship between the two of them was consensual & also that Ms. Louis was the one pursuing him. The texts included numerous nude photos Louis had sent and included multiple messages where she referred to herself as Too Short's wife. It sounds like an acquittal is looming over these allegations and we hope the best for the legend Todd Shaw!

TSR STAFF: Talia O. @theclosetratchet _______________________________________ Back in January, rapper #TooShort was accused of sexual battery by a woman named Teana Louis. She claimed that the assault occurred between June and October 2016, but the rapper vehemently denied her claims. This week, his legal team filed documents stating that the woman is lying about the allegations and provided the text messages to prove it! _______________________________________ According to @TMZ_Tv, Too Short says that he and Teana were dating. He sent in text messages that they exchanged which, to him, prove that she “sexually pursued” him. _______________________________________ The rapper’s legal team filed documents yesterday claiming that the relationship between these two was consensual and that Teana often referred to herself as Too Short’s wife. She also said that she loved him in the texts and sent him some explicit sexts that are a bit too vulgar for us to post here, y’all! _______________________________________ Too Short’s lawyers, Rob Reichman and Sean Macias, say that Teana’s lawsuit is baseless and that she filed it to harass their client. However, they insist that if she wants to play ball in court then they will—(View more at TheShadeRoom.Com!) 📸: @gettyimages

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