Employees Claim T.I. Hid Over A Half-A-Million Before Bankrupting Restaurant

The rapper is accused of making a good amount of money vanish after agreeing to a settlement.

(AllHipHop News) T.I.'s battle with a group of former employees continues to drag on in an Atlanta court.

Avery Lee, Kyle Vargas, Khori Vargas, and Shawn Yarborough sued T.I. and his business partner Charles Hughes, alleging they failed to pay them properly for overtime at the rapper's Scales 925 Restaurant.

The rapper agreed to settle the back pay issue with the employees for about $75,000 but four months after making the agreement Scales 925 filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

The group claims they have information showing T.I. and his partner Charles Hughes, but before that happened, the group claims T.I. transferred over $660,000 out of Scales 925 accounts.

The ex-employees are demanding T.I. and his partner to hand over all of the money, now.