Here's How Ceaser Feels About Dutchess' Claims That 'Black Ink Crew' Pushed Her To Suicide

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Here's How Ceaser Feels About Dutchess' Claims That 'Black Ink Crew' Pushed Her To Suicide

He didn't hold back.

Published April 20th

Former Black Ink Crew star Dutchess recently appeared on panel talk show Sister Circle, where she opened up about receiving threats and harassing phone calls from her ex-cast mates. 

After her comments went viral, Ceaser, whom she was linked to in the past, weighed in, and he made it abundantly clear how he felt.

During the segment, the former reality star was extremely candid about the aftermath of her departure from the show and how its stars allegedly harassed and bullied her.

"When I first walked away from the show, I wanted to kill myself," she said. "I went through serious depression."

See her full explanation, below:

Seemingly in response to Dutchess' claims, Ceaser took to Instagram shortly after the video went public to post a message, simply reading, "A liar story always change."

Reality TV drama aside, we hope Dutchess has found peace and is in a better place, today.

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for VH1)

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