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Fresh fuel has been poured on the flames that is the on-going drama between Keke Palmer and her embattled ex. Darius Jackson.
Palmer’s submitted documents included videos and screenshots of Jackson allegedly assaulting her physically.
Now, Jackson is providing his account – sparking fresh drama and additional context from Palmer’s mother Sharon.
Full story below…
According to TMZ, Jackson responded to the suit and is denying assaulting Palmer.
Rather, he says the screen shots show him trying to wrestle her phone off her after she called her mom during their heated argument over an alleged dispute regarding the whereabouts of their son.
He asserts he was meant to pick up the youngster from Palmer’s residence only to find he was not there – hence the eruption of chaos.
Amidst the melee, Palmer’s mom Sharon is alleged to have threatened to put a bullet in Jackson’s head.
In attempting to support his claim, Jackson shared a text message his mom Yhinyer sent to Palmer’s mom referring to the utterance:
However, in a fresh twist, a version of the same text that includes Sharon’s response adds a more robust insight into the matter at hand:
It’s of note that Palmer was granted both the restraining order and temporary sole custody of their son on the merit of her evidence.
Written by: NOW Radio
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