Keke Palmer’s Mom Reportedly Threatens Darius Jackson In New Audio
Keke Palmer’s mother, Sharon Palmer, is allegedly heard on newly surfaced audio threatening Keke’s ex-boyfriend, Darius Jackson. TMZ released the audio of the phone conversation between Jackson and Sharon. As we previously reported, Keke and Jackson were having an argument while Sharon was on speakerphone.
“You motherf—–!” Sharon yells in the clip.
“Where’s my baby?” Jackson asks from behind the camera.
“You better watch out! You might get a bullet in your motherf—— head!” she adds before the audio cuts off.
A source close to the actress told the outlet that Sharon threatened Jackson because she couldn’t be there in person to defend Keke. The source adds that Jackson showed up at Keke’s home, and he “began to cuss Keke out as she was on the phone with Sharon.”
There was also a text message exchange between Sharon and Jackson’s mother. Jackson’s mother told Sharon that she would be alerting the authorities over her alleged threat to her son. Sharon responded by telling Jackson’s mother of his alleged other assaults. Sharon added that she should “be ashamed of to have raised a man who fights women.”
According to TMZ, a source close to #KeKePalmer revealed that #DariusJackson entered Palmer’s home and began to curse her out while she was on the phone with her mother #Sharon. — Baller Alert 🚨 (@balleralert) November 13, 2023
In audio footage captured, Sharon is heard threatening Jackson with a bullet.
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RELATED: Keke Palmer Files Restraining Order Against Darius Jackson
Another source told the outlet that Jackson went to Keke’s home to pick up their eight-month-old Leodis to take him to a football game. However, when he arrived, the child was not there. Keke filed a restraining order and was granted temporary full custody of Leo last week.
According to legal documents obtained by Us Weekly on Thursday (Nov. 9), there were “many instances of physical violence” in the relationship, which were detailed in the restraining order she was granted. It included “destroying my personal property, including diaries and prescription eyeglasses, throwing my belongings into the street, throwing my car keys to prevent me from driving away, hitting [me] in front of our son, spewing profanities about me to our son, threatening to kill himself with a gun if I left him, harassment, and other physical and emotional abuse,” the documents state.
Jackson was not arrested for domestic violence at the scene and denies the recent allegations.
A hearing will occur on Dec. 5, where Jackson can make his case on the situations described in the restraining order.