The other day, it’s been revealed that things between Tamar Braxton and David Adefeso are going downhill these days. It’s been reported that David ‘asked the court today for an order of protection against Tamar in what he reportedly describes as a domestic violence situation.’
‘David filed a restraining order today in Los Angeles seeking to prevent domestic violence but details remain unclear. It’s also unclear what he’s alleging she might have done,’ The Shade Room continued and reported the other day.
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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh ___ New details about Tamar Braxton and David Adefeso’s troubled relationship are coming to the surface. Earlier today it was reported that David filed a restraining order against her in regard to a domestic violence situation but now it sounds like, at least from Tamar’s point of view, that he may have been the aggressor. ___ @Blast reports, citing sources close to Tamar, that the estranged couple got into a heated altercation recently while driving to check Tamar into a mental health facility for treatment. ___ Apparently, Tamar had some questions for David after he shared a post to his Instagram featuring her 7-year-old son, Logan Herbert. The source says Tamar told David that he was “around for the wrong reasons and could not be trusted.” ___ David reportedly became irate and allegedly told Tamar they were going to “end up in a ‘murder-suicide.’” The source said the argument then turned violent when David–click the link in our bio to read more.
Now, more details are surfacing, and it seems that David actually threatened Tamar.
Amidst all this drama, Tamar’s friend steps up and speaks about what’s going on between these two.
A follower said: ‘why y’all never want to take the man side when he getting beat by a woman y’all said the same thing about Johnny Depp.’
Someone else posted this: ‘But when women make these claims y’all don’t wanna wait for the full story huh.’
Another commenter wrote: ‘How are you gonna jump on IG to tell everybody “dont jump to conclusions”, and then literally nose dive into a whole conclusion?’
A follower said: ‘Let it be the other way around Wouldn’t be no “let’s not jump to conclusions.’
Someone else said: ‘See what I mean a woman does it y’all automatically on their side a man does it y’all make up every excuse in the book on why he lying.’
A commenter posted this: ‘I’m sorry, but at what point are y’all going to admit that Tamar IS the problem? We can wish her well, pray for her to get help &, etc but what about accountability? She needs to get some help like some therapy help. I never met a person that never takes accountability for their role in any negative situation. Hopefully, she gets the help she needs.’
What do you think is actually going on between these two?