Did Y’All See? What’s Up With All The Celebrity Domestic Violence These Days?

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April 19, 2014 ‐ By

Is it just us or have we come across more than enough celebrity domestic violence cases in the last few weeks?

Last week we talked about Eva Marcille and Tiffney Cambridge getting restraining orders against their boyfriends and fathers of their children, Kevin McCall and The Game, due to allegations of abuse. This week, Columbus Short’s wife has filed papers charging that the “Scandal” actor threatened her with murder-suicide and another woman has come forward claiming that Mike Epps punched her in the face at the premiere for “Haunted House 2.” To say there’s something foul going on right now in these industry relationships would be putting it mildly, and we’re talking about all of that in this week’s episode of Did Y’all See?, along with Mimi’s athletically impressive sex tape shower routine, the finale of “Scandal” and Porsha Stewarts arrest. Chime in in the comments section!

 

 

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  • soisaid

    when it comes time to give donations, they should have no problem deciding who to give their money to this year. domestic violence is nothing to take lightly.

  • Heavenly

    everyone makes mistakes, who are we to judge

  • Rosetta Stone

    DV is nothing new. The media tried to make it seem like it was some new phenomenon when the Chris and Rihanna incident happened. Its always been here and celebrities BEEN beating their wives and girlfriends. SAD STUFF.

  • FromUR2UB

    Celebrities should probably be more prone to abuse than regular people. Talented people are often temperamental because they’re wounded by some dysfunction in their backgrounds. Then they live highly visible lives in a bubble…exposed, while at the same time, insulated from some things regular people experience. If anyone should be volatile, I would expect it to be them. They don’t have to learn how to handle their emotions because of fixers and other people who take care of things for them. I’m not saying this is true of all celebrities; it just seems to be true of the ones who get into these kinds of problems.

  • GeekMommaRants

    Violence in the family effects everything. Including family formation.

  • Lisa

    Domestic violence has always happened not there is just more social media that brings it to the light.

  • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

    Celebrities are no different from regular people. They deal with the same issues we do just more public and if they don’t get help and continue to stay with their abusers, then things will only get else. I applaud these women and men who have called out their abusers.

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