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Ceaser responded to allegations he abused his daughter, but fans are skeptical.

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Black Ink Crew star Ceaser Emanuel has been accused by his own daughter Cheyenne of domestic abuse. The teenager claimed her father traumatized her allegedly attacking her while she took a shower in response to her leaving dishes in the sink. Cheyenne claimed during an Instagram rant that Ceaser beat her while she was naked, calling it a “problem.”

“It’s a shame that because he’s on tv that people would think it’s ok to kick and punch me and stomp me like I’m a dog in the street” she wrote on her Instagram story.

Cheyenne went live sometime after the incident, still visibly upset and screaming.

“He put hands and feet on me! I’m a female! I don’t give a f****!”

The live video shocked people who know Ceaser from his reality TV fame and Cheyenne, who has appeared on VH1’s Black Ink alongside her dad. The teen vented further in her IG stories after fans chimed in, calling Ceaser her “sperm donor.” The teen seemed to be asking her dad to stop texting her, adding that she would “never lie for him” or claim him as her father again.

Cheyenne’s allegations were shocking to say the least, but didn’t prompt a public response from her dad right away. As she made her claims, Ceaser seemed to be enjoying a night out with his girlfriend Suzzette, who later claimed was present during the incident and took Ceaser’s side.

Suzette painted Cheyenne as undisciplined, pointing out her struggles with losing weight. Suzette also claimed Cheyenne’s mom Crystal was the culprit behind the teen exposing him on social media.

“You want $600 wigs and don’t want to wash dishes?” Suzette wrote referring to the teen. You can see Suzette’s entire rant HERE, claiming Cheyenne has no respect for her, her mom, or her dad.

Whew! It’s A LOT. Hit the flip to see how Cheyenne’s mom and Cease responded after he was put on blast for alleged abuse.

Cheyenne’s mom made her own statement after her daughter went Live and claimed to be distraught about her dad beating her while she took a shower.

Crystal wrote on her Instagram story.

“No one will ever understand to be woken up at 2a.m from my daughter crying that her father beat her. This has psychologically damaged my child Imagine someone ripping you out of the shower at 16 years old punching and kicking [you]. Because you didn’t wash dishes in the sink fast enough.”

In solidarity with her daughter, Crystal posted a public message to let Cheyenne know she has her back. The mom wrote on Instagram:

“Cheyenne. No matter what. I will always take the bullets for you. A mother’s UNCONDITIONAL LOVE AND PROTECTION will Always be here!! As God is my witness I won’t NEVER GIVE UP ON YOU, I choose you always before anyone….as a parent is suppose to.

Continue to grow and be that loving girl I taught u how to be. Nothing can stop you for being great!! When times gets hard all you have to do is look back and KNOW YOUR MOTHER GOT YOUR BACK!! God sees all and knows all and you are BLESSED and HIGHLY FAVORED. Stay perfect.”

Ceaser made a statement to The Shade Room, denying the allegations but not before seemingly sending shots to Cheyenne and her mom in an Instagram caption. He wrote:

“Whenever you think you are having a BAD DAY, Just remember there is a miserable MF WATCHING YOUR PAGE as we speak. Checking to see if you are STILL HAPPIER THAN THEM……WHAT A HELL OF A LIFE !!!”

In a formal statement, Ceaser did deny abusing Cheyenne and asked for privacy while he works this issue out with his family and daughter privately.

“My daughter Cheyenne and I are not on great terms. However, I would never physically abuse her. I have only done what many parents would have when their child has crossed the line and that is discipline, my child. I love my daughter and she is the only heir to my black ink tattoo studios. She is just having a hard time adjusting to no longer being the only child and having to share her father. I am doing the best I can to make everyone comfortable in our new blended family. I understand that we are on reality tv and our lives constantly play out in the public eye but I hope everyone can respect my family’s privacy while we settle our differences.”

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