Tyrese has had his fair share of drama recently. From a child custody battle to falling out with one of his friends and former co-stars, the R&B crooner has come under public scrutiny for these recent spats.
He's now speaking out about his recent experiences, and even blamed one of these incidents for negatively impacting his career.
Gibson is alleging that "false domestic abuse allegations" by his ex-wife Norma has made it nearly impossible for him to find employment.
In the middle of their custody battle, Gibson's ex Norma accused him of beating their 10-year-old daughter Shayla until she couldn't sit down. The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services ultimately dropped their investigation into the singer.
Despite the conclusion of the DCFS investigation, Gibson claimed his monthly income decreased 75% since the claims were made. Court documents obtained by The Blast revealed that the crooner claimed he was forced to exhaust his savings to cover monthly living expenses.
The "false and baseless domestic abuse allegations" made against him allegedly cost Gibson $200,000 and left him with only $130,000 in cash.
Details about the singer's financial state were released by the singer in hopes to avoid paying for his ex's legal fees.
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