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Stephen Belafonte claims ex-wife Mel B 'lied about injuries'

Stephen cites an incident which occurred in 2014 in London, in which Mel claimed he had slammed her head against a door. The couple, who married in 2007, were granted a divorce in December 2017.


Stephen Belafonte accused his ex-wife Mel B of lying about the origins of her injuries, alleging she covered up wounds sustained as a result of her addiction by claiming they occurred at his hands. 

The Spice Girls' ex-husband made further explosive claims that the pop star weed on the sofa in front of the children.

In new legal documents filed by Stephen in order to obtain visitation rights for stepdaughter Angel, the film producer claims Mel lied about domestic violence in order to turn her daughter against him, according to TMZ.  

Claims: Stephen Belafonte has accused his ex-wife Mel B of lying about the origins of her injuries, alleging she covered up wounds sustained as a result of her addiction by claiming they occurred at his hands 

Stephen cites an incident which occurred in 2014 in London, in which Mel claimed he had slammed her head against a door.

The film producer says Mel was actually hospitalized after overdosing on drugs, and had sustained bruises from an EKG and IV machine during her hospitalization - injuries he says she falsely claimed were the result of domestic violence. 

Mel claimed in her petition last year that she was forced to pull out of The X Factor finale in 2014 because Stephen had beaten her up and caused her to take an overdose of Aspirin.

In legal documents, the popstar claims she took the drug in a 'moment of emotional and physical exhaustion' and she immediately regretted the action and tried to call an ambulance, but alleges Stephen blocked her attempt to get help.

She accuses Stephen of telling her to 'die b***h' and locking her in a bedroom with no phone access.

The producer leveled a series of other accusations against Mel, alleging she would get so drunk she would walk into walls in the middle of the day (pictured September 2017)

In the new documents, Stephen leveled a series of other accusations against Mel, alleging she would get so drunk she would walk into walls in the middle of the day.

The producer, who previously claimed in a legal declaration that Mel had a drug and alcohol addiction, also claimed the pop star would get so intoxicated she would attempt to pull down her pants and urinate in front of their children on the couch.

Mel previously accused Stephen of forcing her to have threesomes, but the producer says that too is a lie and that his ex-wife was a willing participant during the encounters.

He claims he possesses videos in which Mel is initiating and recording the encounters, and she even tells the camera, 'That's hot!' and 'I like it.'

Stephen claims he sent text messages to Mel's therapist, asking him to stop medicating her, and warned him she could become another Michael Jackson (pictured February 2018)

Mel also recently accused Stephen of showing ISIS execution videos to her children.

In court documents obtained by The Blast, The Spice Girls singer is requesting Stephen be blocked from having visitation with Angel Murphy Brown, the 10-year old daughter she has with comedian Eddie Murphy, over the incident.

But Stephen denied that ever occurred, insisting that too was a lie and that he has never even looked up such videos.

Stephen also claims he sent text messages to Mel's therapist, asking him to stop medicating her.

He alleges he warned her therapist Mel could become another Michael Jackson.

The couple, who married in June 2007, were granted a divorce in December 2017 - ending nine months of bitter court battles and mud-slinging. 

Mel previously accused Stephen of forcing her to have threesomes, but the producer says that too is a lie and that his ex-wife was a willing participant during the encounters (pictured February 2018)

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