Mother Of John Singleton’s Son Accused Of Child Abuse, Blames Director’s Other Baby Mamas
John Singleton’s family is at odds yet again. And this time, Child Protective Services is involved. The deceased director’s partner, Rayvon Jones, recently caught a CPS case and she believes the mother of one of his other children is responsible.
According to TMZ, a representative came to her home after the agency received a call from someone who claimed that she had been smoking marijuana around her 1-year-old son, Seven, who suffers from respiratory issues.
Jones explained that the investigation lasted for several weeks and included social workers in and out of her home searching for evidence of neglect or abuse. In addition, her family and friends had to be interviewed. In the end, she was cleared of any wrongdoing; however, she says that she was treated like a criminal throughout the entire ordeal.
Child Protective Services will never reveal the identity of the person who filed the report, but Jones is adamant that one of Singleton’s five babies’ mamas are to blame. The reason for the hate, you ask? Jones says there is still bad blood and jealousy stemming from the fact she was in a relationship with the Boyz N The Hood director when he passed away.
Sadly, Jones is also at odds with the late director’s mother, Sheila Ward, who claimed in a Facebook post that Jones made no attempts to help him the night before he died — despite the fact that he was throwing up blood. According to Ward, the two had some sort of argument that night.
“My mind is wrapped [around] the beginning of your body’s fall. You were vomiting up blood, you had trimmers that night. Don’t know what came first vomit or the argument. Or did it begin as you boarded the plane home? You were tired when you left and tired when you returned. No open arms, just crossed defiant fists greeting you. I visualize the stress and your fatigue, I could not protect you,” Ward wrote. “Only the baby in the bath with you gave you comfort. Fear must have struck when your body began to trimmer again and you couldn’t lift yourself from the sunken tub of water. Will the baby remember those moments? Didn’t they know to never be placed in a bath after you showed signs of trimmer. And in that moment you knew these people could not help you nor could they have the brainpower to find someone who could. No care that was given to you when your body expressed a distressing need to be shielded from the blood seeping from your cranial vessels.”
Jones, of course, denies this claim, stating that she thought Singleton was suffering from food poisoning and never saw him throw up. Furthermore, she said she believed she was on good terms with Ward and is shocked by her allegations.
Singleton died back in April after suffering a major stroke. He had just returned from a trip to Costa Rica when he complained of leg weakness and tremors. He fell into a coma shortly after checking into a Los Angeles hospital where he died days later.