Mo’Nique’s Brother Feels “Like A Piece Of Crap”, Admits To Molesting His Sister

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Mo’Nique’s brother Gerald and parents made an appearance on Oprah to discuss the sexual abuse and how he was a “Monster” for molesting a 7-year-old child. Continue…


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  • Man, I just don't care™

    I hope you get the help you need brother. You made the first step by admitting you had/have a problem.

    Sadly, chances are you won’t get any support but will be persecuted. SMH.

  • Bossip sucks

    Okay but why did he do this after his sister won her Oscar, you think this ish is going to make your sick a-ss famous. Someone should set him on fire and let Monique decide whether to put his a-ss out.

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  • Curious1

    All out the woodwork…Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems ain’t neva lied…Monique stackin’ that cheese now for real…NOW all her “relations” coming out like diarrhea..can’t hold it in..just gotta go RUNTELLDAT all isms…”Family”..naw..”people”..never cease to amaze me….

  • EMPdasme

    i hate rapist and people of his nature

  • Sepia830

    And that knot on the side of his head was very distracting. :(

  • http://bossip Keep it Real

    Well, I guess this might help others get the courage to discuss and apologize for molestation that took place in the past and molestation that might possibly be ongoing currently. Interesting, I wonder how much older is he than her and at what age did it start and end.

  • Mock Rock Star

    Finally someone actually admitting to sexually abusing a child. I get so sick of people (especially black people and even more surprising women) acting as if people just pull sexual abuse out of their a$$ to get some attention. As far as this guy right here…well I have very little sympathy as usual.

  • Ms.EJ

    @KEEP IT REAL- It started when she was 7 years old and continued for a full year when his parents moved him back in.

  • BrooklynFinest

    I agree since all the dirt was coming out he should have told WHO molested him as well. Mo played the hell out of Precious’ mother. She drew pain from way down deep. As ignorant as her character was see took it there. Mo I hope this helps you heal. You said you had expereienced abuse and many didn’t believe you. I applaud your courage and bravery.

  • Sydney™

    @Ms. EJ

    “Instead of trying to help both of them they basically swept it under the rug trying to pretend that everything was going to be alright and they wonder why she is not speaking to them now.”

    Mo’Nique’s story is one that has occurred in many families in our community, but the stories of many individuals are never heard, and they’ve been left to cope with their pain alone. I’ve only seen the snippet of the show when Mo’Nique’s brother addresses the molestation, but I was amazed that he seemingly thinks that his relationship with his sister can be somehow magically restored. He struck me as being in deep denial of the deep psychological impact of his violation of his sibling.

    Sexual abuse and other dysfunctional behavior is still considered a taboo subject among us. I think with the changes over the years with the media, we’re hearing about more cases involving the mistreatment of children, but abuse is nothing new in a number of families — just hidden.

  • BrooklynFinest

    hidden or more like denial? Kinda like “don’t ask don’t tell” It’s sad for the victim because the issue of credibility comes into play. But children are so honest to a fault until adults shut them down emotionally and physically.

  • DizzyGuy1985

    I know that Monique doesn’t speak to her mom or dad. Her mom tried to say it wasn’t because of the abuse. But I believe that was part of the reason why. They seemed like they didn’t want to believe her.

    I will pray for Monique because she is strong and courageous.

  • DizzyGuy1985

    lol at Sepia830…lol at the knot

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