On Thursday, I posted on how Tyrese and his live-in girlfriend got into a fight where he reportedly punched her in the stomach and then fled the scene before the fuzz arrived. The lawyer of Ty’s girlfriend said that the facts of the story are not true.
He said, “Reports that Tyrese punched my client — his girlfriend — in the arm, thigh or anywhere else are false. It is true, Mr. Gibson and his girlfriend had been arguing. She became very emotional and distressed during the argument and called 911 in an attempt to get a mediator. Mr. Gibson, frustrated, left the home. My client, Mr. Gibson’s girlfriend, who is 11 weeks pregnant, then became more upset and began throwing up. When the paramedics arrived, concerned about the baby, they took her to the hospital. Fortunately, she was fine. Once at the hospital, she was asked by a nurse whether she had been assaulted. She said no. She was then asked what her pain level was on a scale of zero to ten. She said zero. She then discharged herself. Mr. Gibson and his girlfriend are very much still in love, together and excited about their expectant child. She is quite saddened that this event was so distorted.”
No charges have been filed and the cops would still like to speak to Tyrese.
Who calls the police for a “mediator?” Come on, she probably realized that she doesn’t want to be on her own and needs his cash. Dumb ho. Her statement doesn’t make any sense. Most people hate dealing with the police and only call their asses when they really need them. They aren’t going to call them unless they know something bad is about to go down. Throwing up? Yeah, because he punched her in the baby area!