Steve Harvey Faces $60 Million Law Suit From Ex-Wife

Steve Harvey Faces $60 Million Law Suit From Ex-Wife

Steve Harvey Faces $60 Million Law Suit From Ex-Wife

The lawsuit states: "Soul murder is achieved by a combination of torture, deprivation and brainwashing".

Mary says in the suit that she's in emotion pain because Steve has custody of their son, and not having their son stole her joy on Mother's Day.

Steve Harvey is being sued by his second ex-wife Mary Shackelford, E!

She also added that she has been suicidal and self-medicates to cope with their nasty breakup.

What makes the lawsuit even more freaky is that it was filed by a civil rights activist who was granted power of attorney by Vaughn, not by an actual lawyer.

This isn't the first time that Harvey's ex has made some wild accusations about him. "She walked away with "three homes in the property settlement", as well as "$40,000 each month through March 2009", and "an additional $1.5 million".

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As CI readers know, Mary posted a series of freakish Youtube rantings in 2011 in which she claimed she had never received her divorce settlement after the couple split.

Not only does she want him arrested, but she also wants him charged for claims including falsifying documents, lying in court, contempt of court, embezzlement, extortion as well as collusion.

Harvey and Shackelford were married from 1996 to 2005.

In response to the suit Harvey's lawyer, Brandon Williams, told TMZ the comedian intends to combat the allegations. "The Complaint is meritless, frivolous and the allegations are completely false".

See how Harvey is expanding his TV dynasty with BET Breaks, above. "We will vigorously defend/counterclaim against the complaint". She said that Steve, who has since moved on to his third wife Marjorie Bridges, was a Soul Murderer.

The news is the latest bad publicity for the talk show host.

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