Just when we thought that things were calming down between Columbus Short and soon-to-be ex-wife Tanee McCall-Short, this happened.
According to TMZ, Columbus’ estranged wife is accusing him of breaking into their home over Easter weekend, despite being banned from the property by a restraining order. Tanee says that the “Scandal” actor ransacked the home, making it his business to destroy everything in sight.
In newly filed court documents, she alleges that he ripped a door off of the hinges, tore their bed sheets and left on a bunch of lights, which made her fear for her safety. She was not home at the time of the alleged incident, but according to Tanee, this further proves why a restraining order against the troubled actor is absolutely necessary.
As you may recall, earlier this month Tanee filed for a protective order against her husband after he allegedly held a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her and then himself. Columbus, however, is fighting against the order, as it prohibits him from entering his home. He argues that he should have the right and enter and exit as he wishes considering that his name is on the lease.
Representatives on behalf of the father of two have yet to comment on Tanee’s latest allegations, but we’ll continue to keep you posted as this story develops. We have a feeling that it will be a while before things quiet down between these two.