Ex-Wife of Steve Harvey Suing Him For $60Million & You Won’t Believe Why

Published On May 19, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

It has been more than a decade since comedian Steve Harvey decided to divorce his second wife, Mary Vaughn, and she is now suing the funny man and talk-show host because of her mental anguish.

This bizarre lawsuit makes the demand that he pay upward in the cost of $60M due to what she claims is emotional and physical trauna, after “losing her son, businesses and the joy of having a Mother’s Day.”

Among many of the allegations by Vaughn, she has also made claims of child endangerment, torture, conspiracy against rights, kidnapping, murder, breach of contract and infliction of emotional distress.

The suit was filed by a Civil Rights Lawyer on Vaughn’s behalf.

The divorced pair finalized their divorce almost 12 years ago and Vaughn was able to receive three homes in the settlement and $40,000 a month, as well as an additional $1.5M, just because.

Their split was bitter and filled with accusations that Harvey carried on an extramarital affair with his current wife Marjorie Harvey, and this all allegedly took place during the time that he was married to Vaughn.

Back in 2013, Vaughn made claims that Mr. Harvey would allegedly beat their son with a fraternity paddle, which caused brusining and left the child with urination issues.

Police were able to get pictures of the boy’s wounds, however, no arrests were made.

That same year, Vaughn was charged with contempt and served jail time for allegedly violating her court order to not speak publicly about her divorce proceedings, which the former couple were dealing with at that time.

Earlier this year, Vaughn repeated her accusations against Harvey who has reportedly denied all claims, though Marjorie has been pretty hush about the rumors.

Harvey and Vaughn were married for 16 years, during the peak  of his career, up until their divorce in 2005. Harvey then married Marjorie in June of 2007 and there has been no response from him, regarding the new lawsuit or claims.

 

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