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Derek & Monique Fired From ‘Love After Lock Up’ Over Domestic Violence



"Love After Lock Up" Stars Derek & Monique Reportedly Fired After Repeated Domestic Violence Incidents

“Love After Lock Up” Stars Derek & Monique Reportedly Fired After Repeated Domestic Violence Incidents

Monique and Derek are breakout stars from this season of ‘Love After Lock Up’. Every week, viewers tune in to watch the unlikely duo figure out love after lockup which has been quite dramatic.

Derek did a nine-year bid in prison where he met Monique and the two pen pals developed a relationship that has withstood harsh criticism about their polar opposite appearances.

Monique is a beautiful plus-size woman and Derek is a petite man with a big personality. The couple has been involved in multiple domestic violence incidents and it seems that might have led to the end of their stint on Love After Lock Up.


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According to Derek’s sister Elizabeth, the popular couple were allegedly fired from the show due to repeated domestic violence disputes. Dreddsworld have not independently verify this claim, we’ll of course update you on it.

The couple recently stopped by Angela Yee’s new show Way Up where they opened up about their union and the public’s reaction to their size difference.

During the candid interview, it’s clear Monique and Derek have chemistry despite critics refusing to believe Monique could land a man like Derek because of her weight.

“TV don’t really show a plus size woman being loved correctly, especially by a man who is attractive,” explained Monique. The reality TV star explained she was insecure when she was young, but not in her older age “I don’t have trouble finding a man. People think I was peddling through penpal websites to find a man.”

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