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Darius Jackson’s Brother, Sarunas, Says Keke Palmer Owes Darius An Apology After Alleged Text Messages Show Her Admitting To Hitting Him

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Darius Jackson's Brother, Sarunas, Says Keke Palmer Owes Darius An Apology After Alleged Text Messages Show Her Admitting To Hitting Him
Darius Jackson’s Brother, Sarunas, Says Keke Palmer Owes Darius An Apology After Alleged Text Messages Show Her Admitting To Hitting Him

we previously reported that Keke Palmer had filed a restraining order against her baby daddy, Darius Jackson. She accused him of lunging at her, striking her neck, and wrestling her to a couch over an alleged argument about a cell phone. Keke even released screenshots of the incident.

In latest news, Keke and her baby daddy have agreed to participate in mediation and postponed a court hearing regarding the restraining order.

Well, Darius’ brother, Sarunas Jackson, who was adamant about his brother’s innocence, took to “X,” formally known as Twitter, and reshared a post insinuating Keke’s screenshots of the alleged altercation were shared out of context.

“Keke Palmer is in hot water. She had the sisterhood believing her baby daddy was violent and unfit to be a father,” the post stated.

“He submitted “receipts” in court of Keke admitting to not letting him walk away. Her assaulting him out of desperation. Yet, the sisterhood sided with Keke because of photos without context. Where is his apology? This happens to millions of men all over the world! They try to walk away! They’re still called the aggressor. Cold world,” the post concluded.”

The post also included alleged text messages from Keke to Darius where she admitted to refusing to let him leave and apologized for hitting him during an argument. “I’m sorry for hitting you, I’m sorry for being afraid to lose you,” the text stated. “Idk why it was just so hard for me to understand you walking away.”

Social users are now arguing that Darius is owed an apology. Neither Darius or Keke have spoken publicly about the matter since postponing the restraining order hearing.

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