Actress Jennifer Freeman, from "My Wife and Kids," is accused of assaulting her NBA star husband, Earl Watson. In legal papers filed by Watson last week, Jennifer is said to have attacked Watson because he was suspicious about a text message she had received at about close to midnight. Watson had also filed for divorce after the event, seeking full custody of their 10-month-old daughter.
Jennifer Freeman and Earl Watson's DV brawl
According to court documents, Jennifer Freeman had received a text message at around 11 p.m. Aug. 1, which moved a suspicious Earl Watson to check into her phone, says TMZ. Watson said that Jennifer became so angry that he took the phone she started to hit him "twice within the face with her right open hand." According to his claims, Jennifer then grabbed and bit into his right wrist, "breaking the skin, leaving teeth marks and drawing blood." Once she was done with the wrist, Watson says she proceeded to chomp down on his chest, drawing blood once more. But she didn't stop there. As outlined by Watson, Jennifer even attempted to attack him with an iron, but he was able to prevent any more harm by knocking the object out of her hand.
Jennifer Freeman, who's 24, is best known for her role as Claire Kyle in the ABC television sitcom "My Wife and Kids."
Earl and Jennifer - right back in love
Earl Watson, who played for the Indiana Pacers last season, appeared to have changed his mind about handing divorce papers over to his beautiful wife. On Thursday, Watson reportedly decided to withdraw his divorce petition. According to the gossip news site, the two are reconciling with "plans to make their marriage work."
Earl Watson and Jennifer Freeman exchanged wedding vows May 17, 2009, and celebrated their marriage at TV producer Ed Weinberger's mansion in Los Angeles. The couple's first child, daughter Isabella Amour Watson, was born on Oct. 16 last year.
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