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Albert Haynesworth Says White Baby Mama Beat Him, Called Him N-Word
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350-pound Former NFL player Albert Haynesworth charges that he has that he has been the victim of vicious and racist domestic violence at the hands of his baby mama, former college and WNBA baller Brittany Jackson according to TMZ.
Today, Brittany accused Albert of bailing on his child support payments and in return, he painted her as an abuser and a racist.
Albert says that he has witnesses and bruises that can attest to Brittany’s violent behavior. He also alleges that he’s called the police on Brittany more than 10 times over the span of their 2 year love affair.
“I have witnesses and bruises but me for some reason still tried to protect her by not sending her to jail bc I didn’t want to ruin her so called career and name.”
Brittany is a former college basketball player with the University of Tennessee as well as a WNBA player for the Atlanta Dream, she now works as an analyst.
TMZ got hold of a January police report that states that Becky with the racial slurs kicked Haynesworth in the family jewels twice while she was tipsy off some wine.
He also said that she called him “ni**er” multiple times:
“she said she wanted me to feel hurt bc I didn’t show her affection.”
He goes on to say:
“Being a man I am a provider and protecter I have millions of faults that are not flattering but NO ONE deserves to be mentally and physically abuse!!!”
Here’s something to consider when reading responses to this story, back in 2011 Albert was accused of groping the breast of a nightclub waitress. Here’s his response to the accusation when questioned by police via ESSENCE:
“She’s just upset I have a White girlfriend. I couldn’t tell you the last time I dated a Black girl… I don’t even like Black girls…”
Granted, domestic abuse doesn’t give a good cotdamn about height, weight and especially not race. It’s always wrong. Period. But still…
Flip the page to read Albert’s side of the story.