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Keke Palmer Files Restraining Order Against Darius Jackson and Seeks Custody of Their Son

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Keke Palmer is taking legal action, seeking a restraining order against Darius Jackson while also requesting sole custody of their 8-month-old son, Leodis.

In legal documents recently examined by Us Weekly, the 30-year-old actress has detailed a series of disturbing incidents allegedly involving Jackson, 29, throughout their two-year relationship. In a filing on Thursday, November 9, Palmer accuses Jackson of multiple instances of abuse, providing specific details about a troubling November 5 incident.

According to Palmer, security footage from that day captures Jackson trespassing into her home without consent, issuing threats, and physically assaulting her. She claims he lunged for her neck, struck her, threw her over a couch, and stole her phone. Palmer goes on to assert that this incident is just one in a pattern of “many instances of physical violence,” including the destruction of personal property, verbal and emotional abuse, and threats involving a gun.

Palmer asserts that her decision to end the relationship in early October was driven primarily by the physical and emotional abuse she endured. This legal filing follows months of speculation about the couple’s relationship status, with public attention heightened after Jackson made critical comments about Palmer’s attire at a Usher concert in July.

In his remarks on social media, Jackson questioned Palmer’s choice of outfit, emphasizing his views on family representation. The situation escalated as he expressed disapproval of Palmer showcasing certain attire, citing his standards and morals. “We live in a generation where a man of the family doesn’t want the wife & mother to his kids to showcase booty cheeks to please others & he gets told how much of a hater he is,” he said at the time. “This is my family & my representation. I have standards & morals to what I believe. I rest my case.”

The legal action now sheds light on the darker aspects of their relationship, with Palmer seeking legal protection and custody for the well-being of herself and their child.

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