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Sunken Place Steve Harvey's Ex-Wife Suing Him For $60M

Sunken Place Steve Harvey's Ex-Wife Suing Him For $60M

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the comedian's ex claims her life has never been the same following their divorce in 2005.

Shackelford has sued the "Little Big Shots" host for child endangerment, torture, conspiracy against rights, kidnapping, murder, breach of contract and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Comedian Steve Harvey's ex-wife, Mary Lee Harvey, has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the "Family Feud" host for, among other things, "murdering" her soul.

Harvey was most recently in the news when a sourced leaked a memo he wrote to the staff of the "Steve Harvey Show", ordering them to not talk with him in the hallways and not to visit his dressing room or makeup room, reported "Entertainment Tonight".

According to new legal documents, Vaughn claims she has endured "severe emotional distress" and has "attempted suicide by self-medicating [in] an effort to stop the pain" over the past 15 years.

Mary is asking the judge for a $60 million settlement.

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

Harvey divorced Shackelford in 2005 and gained custody of their son, whom Shackelford alleges Harvey doesn't let her see. Vaughn has previously aired her various grievances with her ex-husband on YouTube and was jailed for 30 days in 2013 for contempt of court after violating the terms of a gag order in the couple's divorce. The divorce was bitter with accusations that Harvey carried on an extramarital affair with his current wife Marjorie Harvey while married to Vaughn.


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