From what I know, people grow and that might have been who he was in the past. People forget that verbal abuse is equally unhealthy.My kids used to see me crying and depressed all the time, and that can affect kids as well.She said, “What I love about Grant is his innocence.
Upon stopping, he left his vehicle and ran towards the police car, the officers drew their weapons and ordered him to return to his vehicle.Here’s how she described it to Essence magazine: Interviewer: You detail your stormy marriage to Anthony ‘Treach’ Criss, from Naughty by Nature, and the years of abuse he put you through.Have you ever had an opportunity to talk to him, post-divorce, about how it affected you? Again, the real story I wanted to tell is more about why I allowed these things to happen to me. In your book you say that your decision to change your patterns with abusive relationships had to do with your son, Tyran, and Egypt, your daughter with Treach.According to law enforcement sources, Treach was irate and belligerent at first, but eventually calmed down.He was subsequently placed under arrest and charged with evading police and driving on a suspended license, both misdemeanors.As if you didn’t know of enough celebrities who had a love thing going on at one time or another thanks to us, we’re back with a few more to have you saying “Whaaaat!? Apega/WENN, Freeman played Liyah, the little sister of Houston’s character of Elgin, in real life, these two were dating.” From Jada Pinkett with Grant Hill to Christina Milian and Jamie Foxx, these couples tried to make it work in the spotlight, and well, it didn’t. They could be seen hand-and-hand at red-carpet premieres and taking pictures together extra cuddled up at events, and also doing so on the set of .Anthony Criss (born December 2, 1970), better known by his stage name Treach, is an American rapper and actor.He is best known as the lead rapper of the hip hop group Naughty by Nature.PEPA: No, and honestly, he’s the one person I’m nervous about reading this, but I had to do it. This book is not so much about my abuse, but my road to recovery. Did they ever witness the physical abuse and question you about it?Interviewer: For years, there had been industry whisperings about you and Treach’s tumultuous marriage. PEPA: No, and I want to make it clear it is what it is. PEPA: No, never physical, but they were often present during yelling and screaming matches.