Halle Berry’s Ex-Husband David Justice Bashes Her Relationship Record

Holy crap! Breaking up is always hard to do, but you'd think that after years had passed, people wouldn't still be dredging things up. But Halle Berry's ex-husband David Justice took to Twitter to bash the star's relationship record -- a whopping 18 years after their divorce.

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The former professional baseball player said he felt the need to share something about his former flame, now that she's in the process of divorcing her third husband, Olivier Martinez.

He pretty much claimed that Halle is the common denominator in all her failed relationships, and that she has a habit of insinuating abuse against her former partners.

On Monday, Justice wanted to make it perfectly clear that he is not the ex-boyfriend who allegedly hit Berry and caused permanent damage to her left ear. Even though she did file a restraining order against him in 1996, he claims that he never physically harmed her.

According to TMZ, Halle told people close to her that she was upset that Justice would think the allegation was against him, as she has never named the culprit. There's no official response from her team, but Justice did go on to delete most of his tweets calling her out for her wrecked relationships, and added a thank-you note to her.

He also said that he wished Halle could have squashed the rumors at that time, because once they got out there, people just assumed. As a dad involved in his community and coaching his kids -- he's also been married to his current wife for 15 years -- he said he's gotten sick of the false reporting that he hit her, because, as he said, his mama didn't raise him that way.

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Before he deleted the tweets, though, he was pretty rough in warning Olivier that Halle has a history of claiming abuse by her ex-partners. He even said that her other exes, including Eric Benét and Gabriel Aubry, were her "Knight in Shining Armor, until it ends. Then we all become the worst guys in history." He also said, "Only the guys in the relationship with Halle know the real deal. There will be another, of course. He'll be called 'The Best' until it ends."

The really interesting part is that Benét responded to the Twitter rant, seemingly confirming what Justice was saying.

So what really happened? We may never know. We just hope that all parties involved are able to move on as peacefully as possible.

 

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