Too Short Submits Raunchy Text Messages As Evidence In Rape Case

Too Short's submitted a bunch of racy text messages to court, to defend himself against a rape charge.

(AllHipHop News) Rapper Too Short has filed legal papers detailing explicit text messages he received from the woman accusing him of rape in a bid to prove his innocence.

Teana Louis sued the hip-hop veteran, real name Todd Shaw, in January, claiming he sexually assaulted her on multiple occasions in 2016.

She alleged he forced her to have oral and anal sex with him against her wishes.

However, the "Blow The Whistle" star has now fired back at the plaintiff, sharing raunchy messages from Teana to show how she "sexually pursued" him, according to court documents.

"Baby I wish you were here right now, just talking to u on the phone makes me wet" Teana allegedly text to the rapper.

The rapper's attorneys filed the new paperwork in Los Angeles claiming the texts indicate a consensual relationship, as Teana expresses her love for Too Short and calls herself his wife.

The evidence also includes messages from the woman fantasizing about the MC's "big" manhood and how she was allegedly desperate to have sex with him after they spoke on the phone.

Defense lawyers Rob Reichman and Sean Macias insist Teana has nothing to back up her rape claim, which they believe was made simply to harass the star.

Too Short, 51, previously denied the accusations, alleging the woman was just trying to extort him, prompting Teana to add a defamation claim to her suit.