Naya Rivera claimed husband Ryan Dorsey was a 'pushover' before arrest

Naya Rivera claimed husband Ryan Dorsey was a 'pushover' before arrest

Naya Rivera claimed husband Ryan Dorsey was a 'pushover' before arrest

According to the authorities, Dorsey did not require medical assistance.

Former Glee actress Naya Rivera was arrested Saturday night (Nov. 25) in West Virginia on domestic battery charges. "Ryan stated his wife, Naya Marie Rivera, had struck him in the head and the bottom lip while the two were taking their child for a walk down the street".

Dorsey's injuries were minor and consistent with the claim, and further corroborated by a video he took during the reported assault.

The rapper, 29, tweeted a video of a little girl emphatically saying a phrase to the camera (which may be offensive to some): "I told y'all n--".

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According to the complaint, police have obtained "cell phone video recording" of the incident and Rivera was charged with domestic battery.

She told People at an event after canceling the divorce: "It is what it is, but I'm glad that my family is together". Historically, they do love to talk smack about each other on the Internet, so I suppose it's all par for the course or whatever.

Big Sean ended his engagement to Rivera in 2014 and later told American radio station Hot 97 their relationship was "craziness" and he was happy he "dodged" marrying her. Things aren't looking great!

I assume it was pettiness at its finest and an unhealthy way of self-healing when Big Sean dropped his hit single "IDFWU" back in 2015. Abuse is no joking matter, my dude.

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