Steve Wilkos: Verbal and Physical Abuse In One Household?
On Steve Wilkos verbal and physical abuse are taking place in one household and coming from two different sources. While the girlfriend has marks on her face suggesting physical abuse, the boyfriend is getting racial slurs thrown at him left and right. It’s a two-way street leading straight to the doorsteps of child services.
The couple is interracial, with the woman being white and the man being black. When the boyfriend hits her, she hits back with some words about race that are bound to cut deep. This is already bad enough as it is, but the even bigger problem is that all of this fighting is happening right in front of the child.
Steve Wilkos: Interracial Relationship Gone Bad
The boyfriend claims on Steve Wilkos that his girlfriend is just exaggerating the whole situation to get attention and that she marks her own face, so his guilt in that could go one way or the other. One thing that is certain, though, is that the girl is throwing racial insults at him, because she does it right onstage.
No matter who is hitting who or what is being said, these are issues that simply have to get worked out. There are studies that suggest a child brought up by parents that argue is more likely to start fights and argue with his or her spouse when they grow up.
The biggest piece of drama likely to come out of all of this, though, is that the girlfriend says that the child might not even belong to her boyfriend. It looks like she might be both cheating and kind of racist, a combination that kind of makes you a bad person—not as bad as a guy that abuses women, though.