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u/cpujockey Sep 22 '22

man this gives me flash backs to a previous relationship i was in. sad thing is - no one would take any of this shit seriously.

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u/CantaloupeMoney9906 Sep 22 '22

Yeah, this definitely made me remember Briana. Once she got past a point there was only escalation. One night she got physical and I gtfo.

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u/moldybread692 Sep 23 '22

Fuck briana. All my homies hates briana

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u/Horrorhound_88 Sep 23 '22

Mine was Breanna !! Fuck!!

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u/Camouflash Sep 23 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

All of us were dumb naive enough to ignore the early and late big red flags! We were dumb naive enough to believe the lies about them „being sorry“, when in reality the enjoyed it all the way. r/NarcissisticAbuse is your sub of choice in case anyone reading this is still stuck in this kind of situation! You can‘t change them, and they will not and don’t want to change! Get out now!

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u/F_U_Pay_Me_ Sep 23 '22

Mine was Angie

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u/CantaloupeMoney9906 Sep 23 '22

Mick Jagger too, apparently.

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u/Daerick93 Sep 23 '22

Bruh why was my craziest a Brianna?

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u/Chrispy_fried89 Sep 23 '22

Mine was a selina.

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u/Otto_Mcwrect Sep 23 '22

Marie here. Bitch about ruined me. She came after me with a knife and I told her to stick it in my neck to end it for me.

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u/i-am-dan Sep 23 '22

Rachel for me. Literally broke everything I owned.

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u/framejunkie Sep 23 '22

Did that suddenly snap her out of it? How did that go down? You're obviously still here so... But I'm crazy curious.

Glad for you, things must be better after something like that. Damn

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u/RushDynamite Sep 24 '22

Chelsea beat me in a corner while I had my hands over my head begging her to stop. After I got the 17 stitches and 4 staples out of my mouth and face I decided I would never be beaten by a woman again. I will never hesitate to defend myself against any person who intends to do me harm.

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u/__the_alchemist__ Sep 22 '22

Feel you bro. I was arrested and everything when I was the one that got assaulted.

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u/CaptainCacoethes Sep 23 '22

I had a loony ex stab herself with a steak knife and blame me when I told her I was leaving her crazy ass. She called the cops and I was going to be arrested until the cop recognized her (town w/population of less than 80k) and remembered she had done this shit before. They wound up charging her and I got a ride to a hotel.

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u/__the_alchemist__ Sep 23 '22

Damn I’m glad you escaped that one!

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u/Major1ar Sep 24 '22

I've been in martial arts and a few combat zones, so like an idiot, when the in your face screaming started turning into a punch or kick, that became repetitive punches and kicks, I just kinda absorbed what I could and not get crazy with self defense. Until she got so escalated she tried to stab me in the face with scissors and I choked her out. Very safely, wasn't even full unconscious just enough to let her know a line was crossed. Of course she calls cops and the entire world, I explained the situation like an idiot to police and get hit with a strangulation charge. It didn't go far as I'd been secretly voice recording her outbursts and I had some minor marks from scissors but really opened my eyes to the poor bastards who don't have so much clear evidence.

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u/Ok_Equivalent_4296 Sep 23 '22

I’ll just stay single, ya’ll

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u/CaptainCacoethes Sep 23 '22

Fuckin word. My last 3 relationships have been so fucked up and abusive that I don't ever want to roll those dice again. 35-45yo single/divorced women around here seem to have learned to keep their true selves secret and once you move in, or worse get married, you see the real psycho in girlfriend's clothing. I will just be a single dad forever and my life will be happier and my relationship with my 5yo will be better without adding some other asshole to the mix.

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u/Raw_shrimp Sep 23 '22

I had a bitch throw a tv at me

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u/Tall_trees_cold_seas Sep 23 '22

I got Christmas ornaments thrown at me. Then whipped with the Christmas tree cord until my arm was all bloody. No-one believed me. "But she's so nice and small, she could never do that to you".

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u/Raw_shrimp Sep 23 '22

I feel this. I didn’t tell anyone because no one would believe. Also the tv she threw was a hotel tv and if I recall her card was on file for damages And she was so drunk I went to the bathroom right after, came out and she was already passed out

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u/TheWizardChrist Sep 23 '22

Been there as well.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

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u/TheBigOily_Sea_Snake Sep 23 '22

They don't take it seriously because the solution is just leaving.

If there's nothing stopping men leaving, what's stopping women from leaving too?

Oh, that's right, not everyone has the ability to just up and leave their home.

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u/framejunkie Sep 23 '22

Everybody can, it's a matter of knowing where to go for help. But I've never heard of a domestic violence shelter for men, it's just not a thing around here and that's fucked up.

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u/Azilehteb Sep 23 '22

Probably because previous generations of men wouldn’t go. Being chased out by your woman would be seen as laughable, weak, unmanly, etc.

My mother behaves just like this video when she’s angry. Do you know what my father’s solution is? Stop talking and pretend it’s not happening.

Newer generations of men are more likely to seek help, so we’re only just entering an era with a demand for such places.

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u/icantthinkbow Sep 22 '22

She just walks on the glass like it's cool

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u/Bluebird0020 Sep 23 '22

Shoot the glass.

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u/Otherwise_Equal1392 Sep 23 '22

Karl! Shiess dem Fenster

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u/cheese_weasel22 Sep 23 '22

Nah. She's gonna claim he cut her up.

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u/singeryes2022 Sep 22 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

Yep, I have been there bro. Leave that crazy bitch because if she kills you its ok with her and her mind.

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u/SolidSnakeishere Sep 22 '22

I can’t even count how many videos of ex going insane I would record. She’d always make me erase. I escaped. Men need to run from these crazies.

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u/Neat-Shame862 Sep 23 '22

Then all the woman has to say is that the guy raped her and its over for him. Even with vid proof like this.

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u/Major1ar Sep 24 '22

Same here. It started with me voice recording when her switch got flipped because she had a horrible problem with putting words in my mouth and I needed proof I didn't say things she accused me of saying. Then I realized the frequency and intensity would escalate rapidly and when things got physical I had proof of doing everything in my power to deescalate and/or leave. Even showing her examples she'd find ways to still blame me or call me names for not letting her hit me repeatedly.

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u/3jack6the9ripper Sep 22 '22

Always leave abusive shits behind. There's no fixing nor convincing them otherwise. Just fucking block'm and leave them when you can

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u/Fluid-Design3714 Sep 23 '22

Sometimes, it's easier said than done. This man needs someone close to him, to help escape

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u/BobbiC69420 Sep 22 '22

I learned this young.

NEVER stick your dick in crazy.

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u/mrrm_no Sep 23 '22

Why not? Just match the energy and give a fake identity. Works especially well when when you're just on vacation and not from her place

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u/shirk-work Sep 23 '22

Someone's an agent of chaos.

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u/reddit0100100001 Sep 23 '22

did y’all not see the first photo or something? how do you see that and think they’re dating??

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u/gluteusvolcanicus Sep 23 '22

Walk out the door. Come back when she's not home. Get your shit and get out. This is unfixable.

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u/Ben-A-Flick Sep 23 '22

If it is your house: 1. Go to court and file a domestic abuse restraining order. If possible in advance film the abuse as evidence. Take pics of marks after it occurs if physical. The court has free legal advice at certain hours that help you fill in forms if you can't afford a lawyer to help you. Do not bring your phone in case they have a tracking app on it and park your car several blocks away at a generic shopping lot or street parking near a restaurant in case they have a tracker on it. 2. Submit the paperwork. 3. When granted call the local pd. They will serve them for about $50 usually. 4. Have a friend/family member stay with you for a few days after or stay at their place and immediately change all locks on the house. 5. Buy a security system that has cloud storage and give access to a friend or family.
6. If you see them anywhere near you call the cops immediately. Keep a copy of the order in your car, at home. 7. Tell your neighbors what happened so they know she can't be anywhere near you if you feel comfortable enough doing so or just give them a pic and tell them that this woman can't be anywhere near my property and if you see her please call me.

I'm sure there are other things that you can do like carry mace but that is a rough draft of steps to get this person away from you. Hopefully it helps some of you!

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u/No_Jump6787 Sep 23 '22

Brother pack your shit up and go before she kills you

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u/Prudent_Media_4067 Sep 22 '22

If the crazy bitch calls the cops he will get arrested. He needs to get away from this nutcase.

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u/SuchSalad4 Sep 22 '22 edited Sep 23 '22

I sometimes wish my abusive exwife would have called the police. I asked her to a few times as I wanted an excuse to get out, not like I already didn't have one but people don't believe you if you say your wife is abusing you. After the divorce I had some assholes ask me if I cheated on her. Wtf.

Edit: fixed words.

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u/Slow-job- Sep 23 '22

Not only do they not believe you, they don't even care. It's crazy when you describe physical abuse in tears and your friends just kind of blink and say nothing.

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u/dilligasatall Sep 23 '22

I had an ex that was trying to destroy my stuff, so I stood in the way to block her. She hit me in the head with a flashlight, and when that didn't get the result she was expecting (I can take a hit) phoned the cops saying I was being abusive. I had to go to court for the next few months before it was finally dropped ONLY because she wouldn't show up to testify.

All that bullshit despite me having evidence she hit me (welt on my forehead which the cops took a pic of) and her having a record a mile long for assault.

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u/gerrman97 Sep 23 '22

yup, had a similar issue myself except it was my older sister. she abused me most of my childhood, when i finally had enough and put my foot down, and i called the cops, they showed up and arrested me. She never showed up to court and so they dropped the charges. I havent spent more than 5 minutes around her since then. its been almost 8 years

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u/ZeldaVelveeta Sep 23 '22

Right after I left my abusive husband I met a man who was leaving an abusive wife. She would do horrible things to him, pour drinks on him, throw things, antagonize him. One day he pushed her physically away so he could leave the house, she called the cops and he did a night in jail. It scares me a lot how many men are trapped in these situations! And the thing is, a lot of men don't want to hit back, no matter what the abuser does. Morally they don't want to.

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u/Major1ar Sep 24 '22

The worst part is as a male with a lifetime of martial arts, growing up where vicious street fights were common, spending a few years in different combat zones, it was terribly frustrating when she got physically abusive, the amount of times I was asked what I did to instigate her reaction or that I should just take a few licks and leave the house. When I first noticed her uncontrollable anger, I messed up big time and thought because it helped me so much, I should teach her some basic combatives to help redirect her anger. So taking a few licks wasn't the same as a woman's slap fighting, she almost knocked me clean out on several occasions.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

My parents argued once and my dad even left the house after my mom called the cops. They arrested my mom because she slapped my dad. Women do get arrested too.

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u/strongest_nerd Sep 23 '22

If HE calls the cops he'll get arrested. And that's why if it ever happens again I'll just take matters into my own hands, since I'm going to jail either way.

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u/freshlysquosed Sep 22 '22

Exact same energy as my dad's gf. I remember being like 8 years old watching her freak out and throw boiling water at him via the kettle, amongst other incidents, for seemingly no reason. At the time I was wondering why the fuck he put up with her, and I still wonder, but it's a thing I guess.

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u/YacubsLadder Sep 22 '22

Is he still with her after all these years or did he get the fuck on?

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u/freshlysquosed Sep 23 '22 Silver

I don't know, I stopped seeing him because he was putting me around that crazy fuck. He would call me and ask me if I wanted to come around each weekend, and I just started saying no... I saw him a few times throughout the years and he sent me a card at 18 asking to get in touch, but I didn't bother. I'm not even sure he knows why I stopped seeing him, but it was fairly obvious in my mind and didn't need explaining.

I saw it as him wanting to play happy families or something because he wasn't weak physically or mentally; there was no whiny pleading (I don't mean to be disrespectful) like in the OP video, he would just physically/verbally handle her as you would a crazy bitch you otherwise love. She had a daughter who was real nice and generally things were probably fine, it's just that ~5% of the time where she would go nuts that was not fine, I suppose. I assume they're still together.

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

Bro help your dad out with some love. Doesn’t even sound like he did anything.

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u/freshlysquosed Sep 23 '22

He kept putting me, his young son, around a lunatic. What do I need someone like that around me for? Unlike him I don't tolerate bad treatment, he indirectly taught me a valuable lesson. I certainly don't owe him shit, he was/is the one with the responsibility to love and care, not me.

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u/Major1ar Sep 24 '22

The 5% of the time was key for why I didn't leave my wife sooner. Actually took 17 years but I made a promise when I first learned her outbursts were not my fault and were a permanent issue without help, that when the bad times started to outweigh the good times, I'd stick it out and try to help the calm version of her. It just got to the point though that between the outbursts and dealing with their effects, the good times were mostly me walking on eggshells waiting for the next outburst.

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u/hazzmg Sep 23 '22

Fear of being alone

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u/8itmap_k1d Sep 23 '22

Along with a desire to make them better; a love for the loving part of them that isn't batshit; the belief that they'll get better; the ever-dwindling reserve of one's own self-worth; a lack of other options... So many reasons people stay.

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u/freshlysquosed Sep 23 '22

Along with an understanding that they're somewhat unwell because that behavior isn't normal. If the guy isn't emotionally victimized by it, it's not really someone being abusive on purpose to control their partner, it's just a woman going a bit insane for a half hour once a month.

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u/Fandom67 Sep 23 '22

Content banned lol

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u/Tough-Narwhal-1455 Sep 23 '22

I saw it before the ban. It was the woman screaming and throwing and then walking over the glass to scream at the guy some more

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

What about that would get it banned? It’s like reddit is actively trying to silence a domestic abuse victim ffs

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u/CantaloupeMoney9906 Sep 22 '22

Heads up to anyone else in this situation. Leave. It's never going to get better, you won't forget and she won't change. Go through the proper channels, use the law if you need to. But get out.

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u/Major1ar Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

I'll never forget bringing my ex-wife to a few of my PTSD sessions just to show her the reality of PTSD from combat. After 3 sessions, my psychologist asked her to step out and told me I need to pack my shit and leave her ASAP. Sounded like craziness to me. We didn't fight or anything in his office, just shared a few stories. For 12 more years every month I wished I'd listened to him. Was a little rattled by his intensity like, dude you've seen her 3 times for 30 minutes. Guess he picked up on something that didn't fully manifest for years later.

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u/CantaloupeMoney9906 Sep 24 '22

It's weird how hard it can be to get out. As men we're programmed to "tough it out" and just deal with their "moods". So you almost feel guilty or think less of yourself for leaving. Glad you got out, late or not. Also thanks for your service, it was for a stupid reason but you were fighting for us, not them. So it still matters.

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u/Major1ar Sep 24 '22

I was initially thinking her rage arguments were valid. In my PTSD/TBI sessions I'd learned not to box people into my expectations so when she'd go bonkers I just thought damn, maybe this really affects her to get this angry. Wasn't for a could years I caught on to the fact no matter what it's going happen no matter what, so just sitting quietly and agreeing 100% to all the shit she'd throw to make me angry. Occasionally I'd throw in "don't forget I'm also a liar, a piece of shit, worthless, selfish....." Or any of her other usual insults being screamed inches from my face. I was stupid because it just started a pattern of even more immediate escalation but I was literally out of ways to try to contain it all.

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u/scoiattalo Sep 22 '22

For the motorcycle roadracing fans: Matt Mladin was also a victim. This post got me thinking about what was the outcome of his case, so I did some Googling. He’s been vindicated:

https://www.cyclenews.com/2022/07/article/mat-mladin-innocent-of-child-molestation-charges/

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u/nightingaledaze Sep 23 '22

it's so sad that it took so long but I'm glad the truth came out.

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u/Secunda_Son Sep 23 '22

Only had one gf ever throw something at me. Shit was over then and there. Respect yourself and don't put up with that fuckery.

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u/BridgesOnBikes Sep 23 '22

Been there before. It’s so unbelievably frustrating because you love her and you also know that she is no physical match for you, but it would be unforgivable and traumatic if you tried to defend yourself. I would just try to find the safest and nearest exit point.

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u/Blah-squared Sep 22 '22

Some of the replies in this thread are really fukn depressing… & why it can be so hard to get out & why there’s so little support for men who are victims of abuse…

Glad you got out as clean as you did man. Hope you don’t scroll as long as I did to see the victim blaming & reductionist opinions…

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u/tethan Sep 23 '22

Scarey thing is this... You know as a guy you could just physically destroy her. You just sit there taking the abuse and trying to control yourself because if you finally snap you go to prison and lose everything.

Sucks.

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u/Fumb-MotherDucker Sep 22 '22

She needs to be sectioned. That's not normal behaviour and she's a danger to herself and the people around her.

She ain't angry, she's broken.

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u/No-Lynx-9211 Sep 23 '22

She's broken but I can fix her

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u/GikkelS Sep 22 '22

And if you punch her in the face after this, you are the abuser for defending yourself. Fuck this world we are living in

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u/Prywin_ Sep 22 '22

Then he tries to defend himself and is put to jail for 10 years for "violence against a woman". Idk how women still think that men have more rights and privileges

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u/nebulaphi Sep 22 '22

Lmao whenever they think that i just mention how they dont even have to sign up for a draft. Every guy has to walk around knowing they might have to go to war and die some random day ffs.

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u/TA_cockpics Sep 22 '22

Lmao whenever they think that i just mention how they dont even have to sign up for a draft.

Wars started by other men?

Every guy has to walk around knowing they might have to go to war and die some random day ffs.

And girls have to walk around knowing that the strongest of them can easily be raped by the weakest of men. But go off. 😂

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u/nebulaphi Sep 22 '22

Wars started by other men?

Ahh yes because our government and no other governments have women in leadership positions lmao. /s and also what a horrible argument, im not any of those men you refer to "starting wars" why tf should i have to serve over a woman lmao. Id love to hear the most likely sexist reasoning.

And girls have to walk around knowing that the strongest of them can easily be raped by the weakest of men. But go off. 😂

Men are literally victims of violent crimes more often than women soo... to your point men already walk around knowing they will face some violence at some point in their lives. Scientists even have a term for this fear women have that you speak of, as men face violence significantly more often, they call it the "fear of crime gender paradox". And before you say "YeA bUT ThATs CaUSe Of OthEr mEn" again im not one of them and have had violent crime committed against me...i literally walk around everyday the same way you describe women do. Stop being inconsiderate to men and their issues, you clearly harbor some bias and or resentment as you believe all wars even now in modern day are all because of men lol.

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u/winmag300 Sep 22 '22

The day a woman opens a door for me, i'll take your comment seriously.

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u/lysedelia Sep 23 '22

I open/hold doors all the time 😭😭 isn't that just kind to do for someone behind you??

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u/TA_cockpics Sep 22 '22

I'm sorry, but this is the lamest comment I have ever heard. 😂

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u/4514N_DUD3 Sep 23 '22

Even after that whole shit with Johnny Debb and amber Heard, people still don’t take it seriously.

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u/Aesleto Sep 23 '22

Uhhh idk if you know this but courts do this because women "aren't capable" of violence, and that's the only reason. So no it's not a fucking privilege it's a double edged sword produced by the patriarchy.

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u/TA_cockpics Sep 22 '22

Idk how women still think that men have more rights and privileges

You obviously haven't been to Iran, Saudi Arabia or Afghanistan. 🤡

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u/LifeFictionWorldALie Sep 23 '22

When you get down voted because men have fragile egos and the truth hurts

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u/Apprehensive_Sun8503 Sep 23 '22

Nobody is talking about the Middle East lmao. I’m sure anyone here would agree what’s going on over there is fucking insane. Everything they’ve said is true, and it actually is relevant because it’s apart of our lives, not some random third world country across the globe.

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u/Prywin_ Sep 23 '22

I mean I know what is happening there but all the feminism stuff is based on america and europe situation because in third world countries they can't even protest because the police would do the funny

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u/peanusbudder Sep 23 '22

do you live under a fucking rock? lmaoo there have been protests in Iran for the past like week because a woman there was beaten to death for not wearing her hijab. women over there are burning their hijabs in protest. that is “feminism stuff”

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u/bigeeee Sep 23 '22

There's a strong feeling that you've never owned a passport.

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u/Prywin_ Sep 23 '22

Why do you assume that

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u/No_Conclusion4753 Sep 23 '22

Someone hasn't been introduced to an ass whoopin.

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u/manhunt64 Sep 22 '22

She will have a OP and bruises and empty his house out soon.

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u/_carelesslover Sep 22 '22

Holy shit what a demon you gotta run from that bro

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u/JustVega Sep 22 '22

I wouldn’t sleep or close my eyes around her.

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u/YoeyMoey Sep 22 '22

That is so sad

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u/Horror-Obligation-90 Sep 22 '22

Y u still there bro men need to wake up to red flags.

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u/ComfortableAnonymous Sep 22 '22

Bad situation but it's kind of funny How does video start this and the guy says problem In the beginning of the video

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u/ObeselyMorbid Sep 23 '22

Craziest part of the video is whoever edited the god damn song in

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u/TrapTactical Sep 23 '22

Dang, bet that glass in your feet hurts tho.

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u/dannygIV Sep 23 '22

Feels like home

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u/muaythaitillidie Sep 23 '22

All the fast food restaurant in that area must be closed

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u/DramaticIsopod4741 Sep 23 '22

Poor fuckin guy, hope he gets out of thsi

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u/Mr_E_Nigma_Solver Sep 23 '22

I feel so bad for this guy.

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u/hey2245 Sep 23 '22

Damn that's sad. I hope she gets the help she needs if not it will be a lifetime of shitty short term relationships like this.

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u/Tombstone40556 Sep 23 '22

This dude needs help. Grab all your shit and leave that house.

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u/NewspaperEfficient61 Sep 23 '22

It’s still somehow the man’s fault

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u/malachi1990 Sep 23 '22

My kids mom

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

Why do men stay in this type of relationships? I wouldn't sit around if she raised her voice at me let alone try to fight me.

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u/justKindaCool Sep 23 '22

The abuse doesn't start like that. Begins with little things (a shove, a demeaning comment masquerading as a "joke"), and begins to escalate. Men/Women stay because (in my opinion): - they love the person. - they see the behavior as something to fix.

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u/Harryhodl Sep 23 '22

Mine threw beer bottles at my head. One connected. Hurt like a mofo. After her I went back to dating dudes lol.

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u/Robbo1979psr Sep 23 '22

Easy for people to tell him to run for the hills... But if he has kids, it could equally break him by leaving them behind.

UK here, and generally speaking, if a bloke leaves a woman (particularly fruit loops like the one in this video), he cannot take his kids with him. She will almost certainly prevent him from seeing the kids, and the law will back her to the hilt, until he is able to somehow afford to take it all to court. He would also get completely rinsed for money.

And where does he go? Councils won't house a single man. A majority of single people cannot afford a mortgage or private rent costs. He'd end up on the street and no one cares.

Until the law here changes (it won't), men are fucked.

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u/whatever1291 Sep 23 '22

The fact that she's going barefoot on a floor covered in broken glass somehow adds to the fact that she is utterly deranged...

Run man! It's the best thing to do!

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u/Kyyy_Funk_89 Sep 23 '22

Is there a mirror somewhere? Link is broken

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u/JU87_Stuka Sep 23 '22

Where can I find this again? It got banned?

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u/Grabbsy2 Sep 23 '22

17 hours after the post, the subreddit that hosts the link has been banned?? Haha

Anyone got a mirror, without banning this one? lol

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u/prosim_neplakej_ Sep 23 '22

Sort comments by new, i linked mirror

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u/LAWandMustard Sep 23 '22

How come this is banned interested in reading up on this

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u/grruser Sep 23 '22

Why can’t I view the vid?

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

Reddit trying to silence a domestic abuse victim? Why would this video be banned?!

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u/Bluebird0020 Sep 23 '22

People on TikTok are so weird.

“What sweet track should I play when I out my girl? I need something that really sells the tragedy.”

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u/Greenman8907 Sep 22 '22

I don’t think he wants to fight…

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u/khellstrom Sep 22 '22

That's how it is being in an abussive relationship.

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u/venoshook Sep 22 '22

They look like theyre not in the same age bracket

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u/thatguythere1998 Sep 22 '22

But because we don't bleed once a month no one ever takes us seriously everyone makes fun of us or talks us down I've been through a lot with my ex and no one believed me until I showed them the scars she had left on my body it's bs

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u/HistoricalBaby Sep 22 '22

the comments here are about to get rough lmao

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u/CantaloupeMoney9906 Sep 22 '22

Yea, gonna be locked here real soon.

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u/hhh333 Sep 23 '22

Experience taught me that there is always two sides of a story .. this is only a glimpse of what *he* wanted to show. Not to say who's right or wrong, but often in that kind of relationship *both* are toxic and feed into each other's toxicity.

I've dealt with a vulnerable narcissist with borderline personality disorder for 4 long years now, he has an uncanny ability to make you mad and make you look like the aggressor to others. That's his whole game.

Don't get me wrong, I don't judge this particular situation because I know nothing about it and I know exactly how twisted thing can get. So be careful before taking side, things aren't always what they look like.

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u/AncientDominion Sep 23 '22

Honestly I’m gonna say it.

The biggest tip off here is the age difference. She’s gotta be early 20s and he could very easily be reaching his 50s if he’s not already there. This relationship and that dynamic were fucked from the beginning.

What she’s doing is absolutely not ok in any context but there’s absolutely something to be said about the age gap here. These types of dynamics are often toxic and abusive from the beginning—yes, typically at the hands of the older individual regardless of their sex.

She very well might just be an abusive POS but there’s absolutely something to be questioned here about this guys intentions with someone so young.

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u/robyn_16 Sep 23 '22

Exactly, he abused and groomed her.

he is 50 and pursued her when she was a teenager. the power imbalance is huge. she says “stop” and “leave me alone” in the clips. it’s so common for abusers to record their victims’ reactions in attempt to reverse the blame. i wish people understood that. People are so eager to make male DV just as prevalent & equivalent to female DV but the truth is, it literally isnt. it never will be. yes, it happens but never EVER as often as women are abused in this fucking world & misogyny is the only reason yall suggest that. These people abuse their partners to the point they lash out and then post on the internet to gain sympathy and ppl still fall for it…teenage girls cannot abuse 50+ year old men…

https://twitter.com/hoemalii/status/1573048148519710720?s=46&t=EoSZyZQtAa-1WxhND61kjg

https://twitter.com/mehtabackupacc/status/1573162449049899008?s=46&t=EoSZyZQtAa-1WxhND61kjg

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u/Plantasaurus Sep 23 '22

You had me until the twitter posts from the #standwithamberheard crowd. It's a real shame.

Such a toxic corner of the internet that is up there with flat earthers and covid deniers.

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u/Devildoggie2 Sep 23 '22

True. But it’s kind of clear that there’s some serious damage happening when your kitchen floor is covered with an inch of broken glass.

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u/wanderingzac Sep 23 '22

Yep this is why I had to leave my wife and kids and stay away from her in another country for two and a half years. One night when I decided to stay out with my friends I came home and she began to assault me. I pushed her off of me and she had my stepson lie to the police and say that I was the one who assaulted her. I can no longer own a firearm. Fuck these violent cunts.

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u/aarondimaria Sep 22 '22

That’s when you get the gun and sit calmly in the rocking chair polishing it

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u/maggotslipknot999 Sep 23 '22

can't wait to see how many feminists try to defend this bitch

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u/congenialprick Sep 22 '22

Us pt. 2 by Jordan Peele

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u/Airmanray Sep 23 '22

I ended up getting a knife thrown into my back due to a crazy outburst saying i was cheating i got arrested in the end because i had to hold her down. I understand how it looked like when police arrived but i mean story was straight forward. Nope they believed i was the aggressor and she stabbed me in self defense. Being a man is so great especially these days definitely not demoralizing at all.

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u/xttamx Sep 23 '22

The usual suspects

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u/GDH907 Sep 23 '22

Can you imagine that energy in bed tho? And she's cuuuute /s but not /s

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u/Say_it_w_yo_chest Sep 23 '22

Don’t ever put your dick in crazy… again. That’s my rule to live by.

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u/expiredyogurt26 Sep 23 '22

Where's the Equality in domestic abuse advocates? Why don't men have the same availability of resources as women do, I'm not bashing women here but men are never believed when they report abuse

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u/Roland88doobies Sep 23 '22

Bet the sex is amazing though

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u/[deleted] Sep 22 '22

Whoa the rare male privilege white privilege combo.

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u/nebulaphi Sep 22 '22

Lmao whats race or privilege got to do with anything between a couple having issues. It would appear youre so enveloped in your echo chamber that you associate this video with race somehow. Im not religious but ill pray your able to remove your head from..well..you know...

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u/[deleted] Sep 22 '22

lol a couple having issues? That's domestic violence and it's shameful of you to minimize the seriousness of this abuse. If the genders were reversed the male would be getting demonized, doxxed, and prosecuted. Same with reversal of race. What's the weather like on the world you're living in?

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u/nebulaphi Sep 22 '22

Lmao youve got your head really far up there huh.

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u/OkAdvertising5425 Sep 23 '22

Yeh, felt this. Was this lonely girl who I kind of felt bad for seeing sit alone each day looking sad. Decided to send some messages to cheer her up & all details flushed out, she fell in love, and declining wasn't an option in fear of breaking down all the happiness I tried building up in her. Turned out to bz the gravest mistake of my life. She cut off my social life, checked my phone regularly & got pissed if any women online even friended me (thus out of my control) would physically harm he i.e biting, scratching, cutting, making me bleed. Would force me to have intimacy with her when really I didn't want to & got violent whenever I couldn't go somewhere with her. I quit out of it eventually as really she'd broken my mental health so much I couldn't leave. All because I just wanted to cheer her up, fucking hell.

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u/Ornery-Beyond-9016 Sep 23 '22

I have a feeling “all my girls” means your hand and the grapefruit you carved out.

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u/bigeeee Sep 23 '22

Poor grapefruit, never satisfied.

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u/gerrman97 Sep 23 '22

youre a piece of shit

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u/omnigear Sep 23 '22

What sad is he need to prove it or else no one would believe him.

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u/LivingWay9825 Sep 23 '22

I’m in this situation currently And can’t afford to leave

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u/Glittering-Count-291 Sep 23 '22

My ex wife was just like this.

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u/Capital-Nectarine199 Sep 23 '22

It doesn't start like that. Theirs red flags. I'm sorry you had to go through that

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u/Aniket__07 Sep 23 '22

Man just stand up and leave the house that's it

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u/shespokestyle Sep 23 '22

Nobody deserves to be treated like this. To this guy --- go save yourself and leave her.

You don't need to deal with this abuse everyday.

She needs help and if she doesn't realize that when you talk to her --- she's not going to change.

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u/ziggyknar Sep 23 '22

Yea she’s proper mental. I’d be packing my shit that same hour and gonesky

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u/challenja Sep 23 '22

Bipolar is real

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u/Fluid-Design3714 Sep 23 '22

I feel sorry for this man. Makes you think if there are others i know in a similar situation.

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u/PopSevere8284 Sep 23 '22

I had one that stabbed me and got away with it lol we all been there sad really

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u/[deleted] Sep 23 '22

Her and John McLain handle broken glass on bare feet quite well.

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u/classicscoop Sep 23 '22

My abuser voluntarily moved almost entirely across the country. Two years of my life wondering when it would stop