Whew! Things aren’t looking too great between Safaree Samuels and Erica Mena. Between reports of Erica Mena filing for divorce in late May and Safaree partying while his newborn son was hospitalized, the reality television couple seem to be traveling down a rocky road. Amid these heavy reports, Safaree is now claiming Erica violated a standing order meant to protect both parties from harassment and personal property destruction during the divorce proceedings. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Safaree is alleging Erica has destroyed about $50,000 worth of his personal property.
Safaree is reportedly asking a judge to hold Erica “in contempt for violating their domestic relations standing order.”
The court documents state that on May 23, 2021 Erica poured bleach and cut the laces of Safaree’s custom sneakers. He claims they were worth up to $30,000. Erica also allegedly caused damage to a four-wheeler motorbike and two motorcycles by pouring paint on the bikes and inside their exhaust pipes and gas tanks. He also stated that her goal was to “render his beloved bikes useless.” This incident allegedly took place just two days after Erica filed for divorce, while she was eight months pregnant.
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Safaree claims the whole debacle was allegedly caught on their home security cameras. Now, he wants the judge to force Erica to reimburse him nearly $50,000 for the total cost of damages. Additionally, he’s reportedly considering “pursing felony charges for criminal destruction.”
He shared that Erica is painting a public narrative that she’s overwhelmed with the birth of their newborn son Legend Brian Samuels. Yet, she “has ample time to engage in disruptive and intentional acts to vilify and disparage” him. In the court documents, the rapper also claimed Erica has changed the locks and security codes on their joint home. Despite these reports, Safaree has been seen living his best life in Jamaica in celebration of his July birthday.
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