Steve Harvey's Ex-Wife Said He WHAT?!

Steve Harvey And Mary Shackelford

Steve Harvey is now in the middle of a unusual lawsuit with his second ex-wife, Mary Shackelford, for a huge sum of $60 million.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ Shackelford claims her life has been a struggle since the couple's divorce was finalised in 2005, and that she's been suicidal and has resorted to self-medicate in an effort to handle the aftermath of their highly publicised divorce battle.

"Soul murder is achieved by a combination of torture, deprivation and brainwashing", the lawsuit states.

She continued, "Steve Harvey owes me $50 million and I want him arrested for violating my civil rights".

In the document, which was filed not by a lawyer but by a "civil rights activist", Mary writes, "All was loss Mary L. Harvey was dead", the gossip site reports.

In other words, Steve Harvey has (at least) 99 problems and Mary Shackleford IS one.

The suit is rambling at times, but Mary's main point is she's emotionally and physically destroyed after losing her son, her businesses, and the joy of Mother's Days.

A former spouse of comedian Steve Harvey has gone on record to accuse her notable ex of causing irreparable damage to her soul from the moment she became his wife, according to the New York Daily News. After they separated, Steve married Mary Lee Harvey in 1996.

A judge later slammed her in a court declaration for potentially breaking a gag order and spreading false information, pointing out that she was given three homes in the property settlement and received $40,000 each month through March 2009, as well as an additional $1.5 million.

She posted several videos to her You Tube account, including some with Mary, detailing why they are suing Steve. Steve Harvey and Mary Lee Harvey got divorced back in 2005, with Mary now claiming that she has been suicidal and is on medication following their messy split.

Steve Harvey is being sued by his second ex-wife Mary Shackelford, E!

A rep for Harvey did not immediately return a request for comment.

Related:

Comments


Other news