Terrence Howard Breaks His Silence On Domestic Abuse Claims
Terrence Howard is sick and tired of being labeled as a woman beater.
The “Empire” star has been plagued for years by allegations of physical and emotional abuse by his past wives.
In a recent interview with People, Terrence admitted he’s “made terrible mistakes” in his life, which many interpreted as him admitting to abusing women.
I’ve made terrible mistakes throughout my life.
I was dragging baggage with me that was crippling me mentally and physically. But I finally feel I can put that to rest. I can breathe again.
When folks on social media to began to drag Terrence, he caught a case of Twitter fingers and addressed the allegations directly.
Terrence tweeted, “I have never been abusive to anyone in my entire life!” He noted the only “mistakes” he’s made in his past was “trusting the wrong people.”
He went on to let all of the cyber Crips and backspace Bloods know, “You come for me, I come for you. Eye for an eye!”
Peep his tweets below.
I’m going to let Terrence Howard finish, but in 2001, he admitted to hitting his first wife, Lori, and in 2013, his second wife, Michelle Ghent, was granted a restraining order after he allegedly hit and kicked her on a family vacation.
Terrence claimed it was self-defense.