Actor and tunes artist Keke Palmer is accusing her ex-boyfriend Darius Jackson of abuse in court docket documents filed Thursday, according to many stories.
Palmer is in search of a restraining get and sole custody of their 8-month-previous son in the filing in Los Angeles Exceptional Court. She claims that Jackson has engaged in a number of abusive acts about two a long time, which includes “destroying my particular residence, including diaries and prescription eyeglasses, throwing my possessions into the avenue, throwing my car or truck keys to stop me from driving away, hitting [me] in entrance of our son, spewing profanities about me to our son, threatening to destroy himself with a gun if I still left him, harassment, and other actual physical and psychological abuse,” Us Weekly reported, citing court docket files.
She also said he “trespassed into my dwelling without the need of my expertise or consent, threatened me, then bodily attacked me — lunging for my neck, striking me, throwing me around the sofa, and stealing my telephone when I explained to him I was heading to simply call the law enforcement.”
Their son, Leodis “Leo” Andrellton, was born in February. In July, the few drew common interest when Jackson posted on X (formerly Twitter) a public shaming of the new mom for her appearance at an Usher concert.
Jackson’s remarks prompted backlash from Palmer’s followers, and a lot of speculated that his responses were an indicator that he was a controlling husband or wife.
“We live in a generation exactly where a gentleman of the family members does not want the spouse & mom to his youngsters to showcase booty cheeks to make sure you other folks & he receives instructed how significantly of a hater he is,” Jackson, a health instructor, explained in a 2nd write-up following getting backlash for his earlier remarks. “This is my family members & my representation. I have specifications & morals to what I consider. I relaxation my circumstance.”
The next month, Palmer starred in a tunes video for Usher’s “Boyfriend,” seemingly in reaction to the drama.
Palmer has not publicly commented on the matter, and several representatives of hers did not right away answer to HuffPost’s ask for for comment.
Jackson, on the other hand, cryptically posted “I adore you, son. See you soon” on X on Thursday.
The 1st hearing is set for Dec. 5 at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles.
Have to have assistance? In the U.S., call 1-800-799-Secure (7233) for the Nationwide Domestic Violence Hotline.
Want help? In the U.S., get in touch with 1-866-331-9474 or text “loveis” to 22522 for the National Relationship Abuse Helpline.