Black Relationships

Is Shereé Whitfield’s Love Relationship Blind?

BY: DANIEL PETERSON

Sometimes love can be so blind that you even crave someone who many will see as abusive and inhuman. Shereé Whitfield’s recent encounter depicts the latter.

Shereé broke down in tears when remembered the memories of the physical abuse she had encountered, while married to her ex-husband Bob Whitfield.

The incident occurred while the two were on vacation in Maui, Hawaii on their rankle-full couple’s trip.

Bob’s presence was as part of his persistent efforts to convince Shereé to come back. The couple divorced in 2007 after 14 years of being together, 7 years of marriage, and having spent the last decade in emotional and legal squabbles.

The 47-year-old reality star revealed that Bob is still immature.

That immaturity was fully displayed during a car ride. In fact, Bob still joked about it:

“After we had split, I was driving her then she fell asleep. I was like, ‘yeah, it will be easy for me to remove your seatbelt and hit the emergency brakes.’ So that she can ‘fly her ass’ through the car window, you know?” he recounted.

Bob then said that he never remembered having physically assaulted Shereé in the past.

“I never hit her,” he said. Bob then asked her, “Have I ever (abusively) touched you? Have I ever smacked you? Have I ever choked you? Really, have I? Maybe I might have forgotten.”

But When Shereé said that he had, Bob kept asking. “Could you still be breathing? I do not remember having choked her, but if I did, I am sorry. ‘Because maybe I did not choke you hard enough.’”

Whitfield then burst into tears. “I have always said that Bob was like a Hyde and Jekyll. The funny one, ‘he is nice,’ I like him. But there are two sides. There is a bad side, a dark and frightening side of Bob.”

Bob comforted his ex-wife, he held her hand and told her, “You know I do not like to see you crying. And you know I do not like to be the one making you cry. This is why we are growing together. Because we are willing to do this once more, even if it is for the sake of our grown kids. He continued.

“I am still your number ‘1’ confidant. I believe in you with the most trust.”

Unfortunately, Shereé wasn’t over it. “I thought that I was over what he did to me, but I guess I am not,” then she added.

“I honestly thought he was a changed man. But this man right here is ‘taking me back’ to the abuse and the cheating. I do not want my daughters to ever be treated like this from any man. And then here I’m thinking to give this person a ‘second chance?’ I am f—— stupid.”

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