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Steve Harvey's ex sues him for damaging her 'soul'

Steve Harvey's ex sues him for damaging her 'soul'

The unusual lawsuit demands $60M from Harvey due to emotional and physical trauma after "losing her son, businesses and the joy of having a Mother's Day".

A new lawsuit has been filed against comedian Steve Harvey by his second ex-wife. According to Ms. Harvey's document, the publicly-happy Harvey ultimately caused her so much emotional strife throughout their marriage, he somehow managed to "kill" her from the inside out, despite Mary being very much alive today.

She posted several videos to her You Tube account, including some with Mary, detailing why they are suing Steve.

Interestingly, Mary's lawsuit was filed in a court of law by Mary's "civil rights activist" and not an attorney.

Her complaint alleges she was subjected to "prolonged torture with the infliction of severe mental pain and suffering", during her marriage to the 60-year-old Miss Universe host, with whom she has a son, Wynton, 19.

Funnyman Steve Harvey doesn't have a lot to laugh about lately. Incidentally, a prior courtroom showdown between Mary and Steve in February of 2011 over similar charges ended in favor of The Kings of Comedy notable, as a separate Daily News article from that year provides. They share one son.

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Steve, who is now married to fashion blogger Marjorie, is yet to comment on this report.

Their divorce was definitely not an amicable one.

In addition to her obvious qualms about the conditions of their separation - including her access to their child - Vaughn was also sent to jail for 30 days in 2013 after violating a gag order, TMZ reported.

Shackelford is Harvey's second wife with the comedian's first marriage to Marcia Harvey taking place between 1980 and 1994, while he is now married to Marjorie Bridges, whom he tied the knot with in 2007.

The documents dramatically ended with a desperate description of her life.


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