Jill Scott’s Estranged Husband Says The Singer Is Calling Him A Con Artist & Questioning His Sexuality On Social Media

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It’s truly wild that before Jill Scott married her estranged husband Mike Dobson we didn’t know who he was. During their fifteen months of their marriage, he didn’t have much to say publicly. But baby, now that they’re going through a divorce, the man has a comment, quote, request, opinion or something to say every single week.

Now that the couple has their date in court set, (it’s February 15), Dobson has doubled down on the critiques and requests.

In an exclusive interview with our sister site Bossip, Dobson said that Scott is using social media to talk trash about him and their divorce and he would like for a judge to step in and prevent her from continuing to do so.

In response, Dobson filed a restraining order against Scott. He claims that she’s airing his dirty laundry, dirty laundry, lying about him to family members, making false claims about his sexual orientation and claiming that he’s a con artist.

I’ve been to Scott’s pages recently, even before this story broke, and I can’t see anything that even remotely resembles the claims Dobson is making. But in court documents, Dobson said, Scott wrote, “Sometimes the juice ain’t worth the squeeze.”

Dobson took that to be a personal attack.

Dobson says Scott has been posting subliminal messages on her Facebook page and liking posts that he believes reference their breakup.

On September 27, Dobson says that Jill wrote: “Yoooo somebody may say you just gave up. Maybe you just…woke up.”

In addition to the social media posts, Dobson believes Scott is verbally making these claims to people face to face.
A judge is set to rule on his motion to amend her restraining order to include social media posts next month.

You can take a look at the “offending messages” over at Bossip. But trust me, not only may they not belong to Scott, they certainly don’t support Dobson’s claims.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as this story inevitably gets messier.

Veronica Wells is the culture editor at MadameNoire.com. She is also the author of “Bettah Days” and the creator of the website NoSugarNoCreamMag. You can follow her on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter @VDubShrug.
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