Tiffany Haddish’s Ex-Husband Speaks Out
Tiffany Haddish‘s new book, The Last Black Unicorn, has landed her on the New York Times Bestsellers List, but she’s now admitting some accounts in the book may have been “tweaked” after her ex-husband publicly denied her claims of abuse.
In the book, the Girls Trip star revealed she married and divorced the same man twice.
She went on to talk about how her husband was jealous and physically abusive to the point of her suffering a miscarriage.
Via E! News:
She said he was violent towards her during their relationship and jealous. She said he visited her while she was at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and got angry while she was talking to fellow comedy star Tom Green.
“He grabbed me by the collar, he was like, ‘It’s time to go to the room now,’ in front of everybody,” she wrote. “Just snatched me by my shirt, and pulled me to the elevator and threw me in it…once we got to our hotel room, he was so quick. He snatched me by the neck and slammed me into the wall.”
She said things got bad between them that at one point, she went to a police station, which was closed, then called the police and said, ‘Ya’ll need to lock me up, because I’m about to kill my husband.’ She said officers came out and saw the bruises, cuts and scrapes on her body and called an ambulance for her. She said her ex was arrested. The next day, she had a miscarriage. She didn’t know she was pregnant.
Tiffany’s ex-husband, William Stewart, is speaking out and he says he has never been abusive towards a woman in his life.
During a telephone interview with an Atlanta radio station, Williams said he and his family are very hurt by the accusations in Tiffany’s book.
One thing is very clear – he still loves Tiffany with his whole heart and is still trying to protect her while trying to protect his reputation.
Tiffany Haddish recently hopped in Instagram Live and admitted that some things in her book may have been “tweaked” during the editing process.
William Stewart says he’s lawyering up. Hopefully, this doesn’t get messy.