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Steve Harvey’s ex-wife, Mary Vaughn, is suing the talk show host for a whopping $60 million for being subjected to “prolonged torture with the infliction of severe mental pain and suffering” during their nine-year marriage.

According to new legal documents, Vaughn claims she has endured “severe emotional distress” and has  “attempted suicide by self-medicating [in] an effort to stop the pain” over the past 15 years.

Per the documents, filed by Civil Rights Activist, Essie Berry, Harvey’s second wife is alleging child endangerment, torture, kidnapping, breach of contract, conspiracy against rights, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and “soul murdering.”

Yes, you read that right, soul murdering.

We can’t help but consider the timing of Vaughn’s random lawsuit. It’s been over a decade since the pair divorced and now all of a sudden she is coming out with these egregious allegations. Could it be because Harvey’s recent negative run with the press?

Last week, a very direct memo was leaked from Steve to his staff requesting not to be approached.

It’s unclear how much weight the lawsuit holds, but clearly Mary thinks it’s heavy enough to represent herself. According to reports, she will be fighting for herself and will be using Berry, who, mind you, is not an attorney, as her power of attorney.

Harvey, who shares one son with Mary, is either laughing at the suit or scared out of his mind. Either way, we can’t wait to see how this unfolds.

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    May 22, 2017 at 12:57 AM


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Crystal Smith Apologizes To Fans For Her Vicious Antics On ‘The Platinum Life’



Ne-Yo’s wife, Crystal Renay Smith, is apologizing to fans for her behavior on reality television.

On a recent episode of E!’s The Platinum Life, Smith got into a verbal altercation with Kid Ink’s wife, Asiah Collins. The argument was over how small a private jet was and according to Crystal, was she never intended for the discussion to escalate the way it did.”

“I just want to say to the young women that look up to me and that I motivate on a daily basis that sometimes you are taken out of our character. It’s ok to stand by what you believe in, which is what I did. But maybe not the way that I went about it. I don’t want you to do what I did.”

She added, “If I let you down, I promise I will get better. I’m a work in progress. Everyday is a new day to be better and I’m trying.”

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Smith captioned the video, “Pride aside, I want all of you amazing women not to do what I’ve done but to learn from it. The tongue is mightier than the sword and I want us to learn to take the higher road in all situations. I will forever stand for what I believe is true but I’m not ignorant enough to not acknowledge my part in anything. Love you all for the OVERWHELMING SUPPORT and LOVE!”

Watch the discussion below.

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