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Reality television star Tamar Braxton has had a stressful year.
Just weeks ago, she made headlines after an alleged suicide attempt before admitting herself to a wellness facility for treatment. Shortly after, her ex-boyfriend, David Adefeso, sat down for an interview where he accused the star of domestic abuse — a claim Braxton vehemently denies.
“I am a survivor a domestic violence relationship,” she tells Hall. “And not at any point [were] David and I in an abusive relationship.”
Braxton explains that she recorded audio of the altercation at the center of the controversy. Adefeso, she says, has video footage.
“No, let me tell you something, I loved David. He was my best friend. He was an amazing, amazing partner. He was my son’s best friend as well, they were best friends. And it’s just so hard because through everything else, I never expected this from him. Now, I have to be real with myself, is he acting like this because he found me the way that he found me? Probably, I don’t know.”
In the midst of her breakdown, she took on WeTV, the network that ran the first season of her reality television show, Get Ya Life.
Braxton accused the network of exploitation, and after watching the six-episode series — it’s fair to say she makes a valid point.
Braxton demanded the network cut her loose, and after weeks of pressure from Braxton, her fans and the media… WeTV finally relented.
“Tamar Braxton has been an important part of our network family for more than a decade,” the network said in a statement. “As she focuses on her health and recovery at what is clearly a difficult and personal time, we will work with her representatives to honor her request to end all future work for the network. We wish her nothing but the best.”