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u/dmarsee96 Sep 24 '22

Those poor kids. They’re gonna be so traumatized growing up.

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u/Novadreams22 Sep 24 '22

Someone call fucking CPS on this shithead

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u/longpigcumseasily Sep 24 '22

This is years old

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u/Sensitive_Lunch8184 Sep 24 '22

did he get arrested?

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u/Robota064 Sep 24 '22

I think yes, but they were both found out to be abusive to both their kid(s?) and eachother

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u/dontshoot4301 Sep 28 '22

Children raising children… fucking shame

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u/Mortal_Mantis Sep 30 '22

I know of people that are like this, and it’s pretty disturbing.

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u/pcash40 Sep 24 '22

pretty sure they doxxed him and more

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u/ILikeCheesyTurtles Sep 24 '22

He avoided jail time claiming excessive self-defense

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u/wutrain425 Sep 24 '22

She assaulted him first lol

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u/N4hire Sep 24 '22

She did??

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u/Cranwicks_glasses Sep 25 '22

The story is all public. Just search the name in the video.

She's been convicted of assaulting him too. Its a really toxic relationship.

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u/TRUCK_OF_MEAT Oct 04 '22

This makes so much more sense. Over generalizing here, but normal victims of domestic abuse don't typically purposely antagonize the abuser over and over again.

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u/frank_the_tank999 Sep 27 '22

My mom could literally beat me to death before I'd lay hand on her

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u/Alitinconcho Oct 22 '22

Thats pretty dumb dude.

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u/girkyman Sep 24 '22

Gonna be??? Haha

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u/Scare_Conditioner Sep 24 '22 Helpful

At least they’ll have an aversion to Fortnite

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u/Kritical02 Sep 24 '22

"My dad was an alcoholic asshole."

"That's nothing, my dad was a Fortnite streamer."

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u/HelveticaFont Sep 24 '22

That's rough buddy.

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u/blckdiamond23 Sep 24 '22

Those kids are already yelling in the background. Imitating their behaviors. So sad.

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u/Ninjazkillz Sep 24 '22

Poor kid. You can hear them trying to break them up

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u/Genked_Juicebox Sep 24 '22 Gold Take My Energy Respect

I remember being in those shoes. Main culprit to why I won't be raising a family, too scared that no matter how hard I would try, I'd repeat my dad's mistakes. Especially after learning what my grandpa put my dad and his brother through, and how my dad confided that he wanted to truly do better (but ultimately failed, repeating the abuse) is enough for me to cut off our family tree on my end. I know it's textbook duty of a parent to simply do a good job parenting, but the fact that my mother got us out of there despite having no savings and did her best to raise us right is the definition of incredible to me. Just gonna do what I can to help her in her final years, then dip. The world is cold out there, gotta cultivate those who still welcome your effort to while you still can

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u/Wyvrrn Sep 24 '22

The fear never leaves about repeating the same mistake but change is possible

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u/gordielaboom Sep 24 '22 Gold Take My Energy

I thought the same thing and married a girl that didn’t want kids because of it… then she changed her mind. So I hit the books and got therapy and studied my ass off on how to be a good dad. The time and effort you put into graduating school? Getting ready for your job? Learning a hobby? Put that into fatherhood. I still have physical scars and I’ve never raised a hand to my son. I still shut down in an argument but my daughter can reason and deescalate in a heated conversation. My kids have never felt unwanted, unloved, or cried themselves to sleep. They are well disciplined but it’s from a state of reason, not in anger or as an outlet - we use justified response to fit the action (lose devices for the evening because they didn’t do their chores, not hurled across the kitchen because they made the family late for church). If you make an effort and educate yourself, not only do you come from a better standpoint than your parents, but you find ways to be the dad you wished you had. I’m so fucking proud of that. And don’t stop studying either - make it a lifelong goal. I’m getting into books and articles about raising middle schoolers now. You can make it, buddy, I know you can. You can be an awesome dad, and every time you raise a hand at them, you’ll get a smile and a high five, not a flinch and fear in their eyes. And you’ll know you did good.

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u/tadL Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

That's the way.

Turn that stream around and you have the mother of my children in a nutshell. Don't think woman are angels. They are not. They are evil as hell too.

She is gone. We live the greatest live ever

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u/__--LO--__ Sep 24 '22

Abuse is abuse no matter who the victim and perpetrators are. I'm glad you escaped amd are thriving. I just wish men and boys got as much help and support to escape family or domestic violence as we women do.

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u/thundiee Sep 24 '22

Exact same situation mate. Absolutely shitty, I'd love to be a dad and based on how I looked after my nephew for a year I would feel like I'd be a great dad the fear of doing the same shit though fucks me up.

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u/Radiant_Heron_2572 Sep 24 '22

One of the main reasons i never had kids. The fear of continuing that cycle, knowing I was failing them.

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u/ToastyPoptarts89 Sep 24 '22

Same, that’s exactly what I’ve also chosen not to have kids. My childhood was hell and my dad was very abusive verbally and physically along with mentally as well. My older brother has 5 kids just like my dad has 5 of us. When I see my brother get mad and yell I get worried he’s like my dad…..

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u/prodigalbiker Sep 24 '22

You all have the power to not be like then. My grandpa was abusive and controlling to his wife and kids. My mother explained all this to me. Im married with kids and never have nor will be like that.

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u/HairyOccasion4954 Sep 24 '22

Just know you have a random persons heart ( a few it seems) with ya. My girlfriend and I have similar conversations. It’s not what your experience has been, no doubt, but the thought of potentially ruining a life like that is insane and hurtful. You’re a tough s.o.b

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u/bkfst_of_champinones Sep 24 '22

He means exactly what you’re thinking he means

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u/sansastark9 Sep 24 '22

Why do you feel you will be like your dad and not like your mom? The fact that you’re so conscientious and compassionate already tells me you’re nothing like your father. No one is perfect but denying yourself a family because of a fear you have that is very much in your control isn’t fair to you. Give yourself (and your future children!) the love you never got growing up! You got this <3

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u/Ill-Ladder4339 Sep 24 '22

I feel you. No kids for me me ether because I know my father is a part of me. And I never want to be that person to my children.

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u/Hetstaine Sep 24 '22

Dude, my Nan beat my dad, my dad beat us. I never beat my kids. It's actually quite easy not too, they are your children, why would one want to abuse them is well beyond me. Especially after being through it.

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u/jojo_main Sep 24 '22

Dude really hit an emote mid domestic violence charge

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u/TaintModel Sep 24 '22

Most stable fortnite player.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

Get out of my life! I'll be out soon!

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u/AccordingViolinist55 Sep 24 '22

As soon as I read this comment the emote started playing 😭

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u/KeepTheFeather Sep 24 '22

Tbf, I think he'll be out soon.

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u/Jaxsoy Sep 24 '22

Goddamnit dude why you gotta make me laugh so hard at a video like this 💀

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u/seaofjade Sep 24 '22

lmao i cant

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u/NinjaNikely Sep 25 '22

The dude: I'll be out soon (Falcon PUNCH!)

Fortnite character: 🎵OGGA BOGGA OGGA BOGGA 🎵

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u/Aliothale Sep 24 '22

Toxic relationship to the max. Those poor kids dealing with crazies.

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u/goblin_goblin Sep 24 '22

Yeah everyone in this thread is ganging up on the dude, and justifiably so, but they both seem like awful people. Sometimes people just bring out the worst in each other.

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u/1IIvc3 Sep 24 '22

Man this clip is old. Remember seein it when people started sharing this, truly depressing

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u/croto8 Sep 24 '22

Any follow up come out of it?

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u/habanerosandlime Sep 24 '22

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u/Gonewild_Verifier Sep 24 '22 Bravo Grande!

Several counts of not leaving him alone

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u/Visible-Pie-1641 Sep 24 '22

dude the clip is edited and shortened. She literally throws a fucking kettle full of boiling water at him, along with a ton of other shit, and then continually baits him for a response knowing its going to be a violent one.

They are both fucking losers.

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u/Kiabobiia Sep 24 '22

That makes more sense. As someone who’s been abused by a man I couldn’t fathom why she kept going back and touching his gaming stuff, that would absolutely terrify me being in that situation, to wind them up again and again. But I didn’t want to “victim blame”. But it makes sense knowing she was just as bad.

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u/Rent_A_Cloud Sep 25 '22

Recognizing that most abusive relationships are based on mutual abuse is not victim blaming. Erin Pizzey, who opened the first women shelter in England in the 70s, established that back then.

That's not to say that it's always the case.

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u/byslexicmod Sep 24 '22

They were both abusive, not just the man

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u/strayakant Sep 24 '22

They should use this as a domestic violence ad, shit hits deep.

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u/CollarOrdinary4284 Sep 24 '22

More like a toxic relationship ad. This wasn't a one-sided situation.

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u/Electrical-Outcome51 Sep 24 '22

How old is this?

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u/Black_sheep_2 Sep 24 '22

2018 or 17 I think

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u/Gavinator10000 Sep 24 '22

Looks to be season 7 of fortnite, so late 2018 or later

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u/ladrianpop Sep 24 '22

Yeah, people were still playing fortnite, imagine that

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u/MossadMike Sep 24 '22

you played some dumb game until the end of your time, imagine that.

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u/SeengignPaipes Sep 24 '22

Feel sorry for the kids to have such shitty parents, hope they get put into a better home with a more caring family.

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u/Notguilty5190 Sep 24 '22

i thought that was maxmoefoe at first lol

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u/ThievingOwl Sep 24 '22

“Today on cold ones, I’m gonna beat my wife!”

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u/ILoveCumSoMuch203 Sep 24 '22

max really went downhill

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

very strange username

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u/WileyTat Sep 24 '22

It was a heated “gamer moment” your honor

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u/PrizeArticle1 Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Your honor, there is clearly no way to save the game and therefore my client could not treat her wounds.

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u/WileyTat Sep 24 '22

He could not treat her flesh wounds your honor, the storm closed in on him. My client would like to also sue for damages caused (he lost the game).

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u/Temporary_Earth970 Sep 24 '22

Truly a pro gamer

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u/cameronjames117 Sep 24 '22

Right in front of the kid too. That was hard to watch.

What a cunt.

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u/gummz13 Sep 24 '22

They are both cunts. Poor kids being stuck in this situation.

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u/HUGECOCK4TREEFIDDY Sep 24 '22

You meant what cunts right

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u/MrKnap Sep 24 '22

Why did u cut the part where the girl keeps throwing stuff at him, lets not make it look like the girl is completely innocent okay...? I mean they are both idiots.

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u/TorontoGuyinToronto Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Yeah sounds like one of those mutually abusive relationships. I recognize this, because she sounds like my mom.

The voice and everything. The whole not listening and constant nagging on top of crying whilst hitting the dad so the entire time of her physically and mentally abusing you to get HER way and HER way only - she can still play the victim card.

Anything she didn’t like was a waste of time. If my dad wanted to go fishing, she’d yell at him for it. He wants to paint airplane models? Same thing. Smashed his planes at times too. It was toxic as fuck.

And if my dad tried to remotely physically remove her away of the situation , she suddenly collapses bawling her eyes out as if he smacked the shit out of her. It took me years but I recognized her play later on in life.

It’s not like she’s deciding to walk away from the situation. She’s not happy about his gaming and starts yelling at him continuously to go out or something. Imagine the genders reversed lol and a guy/boyfriend is standing aside insisting they stop streaming and won’t listen or hear a no. It’d be controlling as fuck. The better way is to sit down and set boundaries or go separate ways. And they should have done this before they had a kid. They need to walk away from each other - but the whole kid thing..

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u/MrKnap Sep 24 '22

To be honest i dont really know what the guy should have done. i mean the girl kept throwing stuff at him, someone said that the guy had multiple marks on him from the objects that he got hit with. What can u do at that point? Keep enduring? Call the police on your childs mother? She could have just stopped throwing stuff at him and dont bother him. If she was so angry with the guy she should have left him and thats it, there is no need to get physical. And yeah the guy shouldnt start hitting her, but from my point of view the girl started it, the girl kept escalating the situation and the guy snapted.

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u/OnlyHereForTheWeed Sep 24 '22

100% agree. Hitting her in that moment wasn't a good thing to do, but within this clear instance of abuse, I'm not comfortable assigning equal moral agency to the abuse victim as the abuser.

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u/BoldnBrashhh Sep 24 '22

I thought I was the only person getting this vibe. Cuz not to victim blame but when he stands up she starts screaming for dear life like she needs to get away and when he sits back down she starts talking with all that bravado in her voice

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u/guccimaneadlib Sep 24 '22

She threw a piping hot tea kettle at him to provide some more insight to this toxic relationship

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u/Select-Owl-8322 Sep 24 '22

From the comments I believe they were equally bad. He was hitting her while she was pregnant. And everything they did, they did in front of their kids. Absolutely thrash, both of them!

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u/No-Reason-753 Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22 Wholesome

Backstory. This happened ages ago. That is his wife and she was pregnant at the time. She actually started it first but then again how the fuck can you justify hitting someone pregnant. He got 14 months community officer observation. The two got back together. A few months later the woman got done for throwing a kettle at his head. He actually had loads of marks on him. They're oldest child witnessed all of these domestics. Moral of the story. The two were as bad as eachother and the children were the real victim's.

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u/Optimal_Whereas Sep 24 '22

Ughh wtf is wrong with some ppl. Poor kids

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u/Dionysus_8 Sep 24 '22

Family trauma gets pass down aaaaaand kids are fucked to pass it down

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

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u/callouscomic Sep 24 '22

The goal isn't to never fight or argue. The goal is to have a healthy relationship, and there is such a thing as healthy argument where you still respect each other, love each other, and know when to just stop. Seeing arguments as a bad thing is not a healthy view.

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u/fifty1hundred Sep 24 '22

Just recently looked into this after my brother and his wife of 15 years got divorced because she met someone else. I thought I wanted my relationship to be like theirs before their split because they never fought. All not fighting or arguing does is build quiet resentment that comes out all at once usually towards the end of the relationship. Using my brother as an example 15 years of built up resentment came out in infidelity and a really nasty divorce.

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u/foxiez Sep 24 '22

I can attest to that, that was pretty much the biggest killer of me and my ex's relationship. For 2 years she basically just agreed with anything I ever said so we never argued (people praised this too) and then suddenly its "I haven't loved you in months and I have too much resentment to even try fixing anything". One of the most frustrating times of my life cause I knew she'd just be yes man-ing me and it'd take hours to finally pry her true feelings out. If in the future I'm ever dating someone and we don't have healthy arguments/disagreements I'm gonna be worried af

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u/Lolythia77 Sep 24 '22

Yes it can! My grandfather abused my father. My father and mother abused me. I was terrified when I found out I was pregnant that I would have the same lack of patience as they did and the same temper because mine could get the best of me at times. Fast forward to present day; My children are 22 and 25 and I have NEVER raised a hand to them. I feared that I would continue the abusive cycle but I broke it. I find myself being maternal towards any child or just minors also. I remember the feeling of being defenseless and if I can prevent a minor from feeling like that or having to experience anything that would cause such trauma, I will do everything within my power to assist them.

I fully understand the fear of not wanting to continue the cycle but if that is something that you truly want to prevent, then it is achievable through pure will and the love for your children. One more thing I will suggest is respect. With children, it is a two way street, no matter the age, well, not infants and young toddlers. They will respect you more if you show them respect and affection. Abuse will not gain a person any respect at all and will only cause children to lash out even more and what "respect" you think they are giving, is actually them just going through the motions out of fear.

This has been my two cents and I hope those that think they should avoid having children out of fear because they will abuse them just as their parent(s) did them, please please know that it all can end with you. You can prove your abuser wrong. You can show them that you are better than them. You can show them that you are stronger than them. Last but not least, you can show them that you do/you will have a healthy and loving relationship with your child(ren) without having to instill fear.

I hope this made sense as I am very exhausted and I should've been asleep five hours ago. Best wishes to you all and much love! <3

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u/killbills Sep 24 '22

Best of luck to you but to claim the cycle is over because you been in a relationship for 2 years is risky. If its in either one of you it will come out when times get stressful like with a nonstop crying baby, issues with bills/money, etc etc.

Good luck!

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u/NpunktG Sep 24 '22

So because the woman got away with assult she continued until she went too far. Could have all been avoided if she fot charged the first time.

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u/dutchcrutches Sep 24 '22

You can tell that she's abusive too. She isn't acting like a real victim, she is acting like a manipulator who enjoys stirring shit and playing the victim. I imagine she has the crazy eyes.

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u/WickedProblems Sep 24 '22

Let's not kid ourselves, if someone hits you doesn't matter what gender they are. You should defend yourself.

Why you only feeling bad for the woman here lol, that dude got beat too, with a kettle.

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u/Victorino95 Sep 24 '22

This. "How can you justify hurting someone pregnant"? Fuck off, don't hit your fucking partner, period.

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u/Hboy121 Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Yes, but that has to go 100% both ways, you cannot have women thinking it’s ok to hit men just because…….

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u/WickedProblems Sep 24 '22

Defending yourself has nothing to do with pregnancy lol... You do it to protect yourself from harm.

The article.... literally also says the girlfriend...

Campbell was charged with two counts of common assault, domestic violence occasioning actual bodily harm and breaking a domestic apprehended violence order, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. 

She appeared in Campbelltown Local Court on Monday where she was granted bail on the condition she reports to Campbelltown Police Station three times a week and stays away from Munday. 

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u/Sad-Material1394 Sep 24 '22

something you also need to explain its not defend yourself and go lay down in your bed, go play video games, go cook dinner. Its defend yourself and fucking leave call the cops and then collect your shit and get the fuck out. If you dont leave you are not solving anything and are allowing the abuse to continue, which can put you in more of a compromising situation.

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u/CMJ_888 Sep 24 '22

Yep so sad. Lost a friend this way. She was in an abusive relationship and had a kid. I was friends with both people and figured she could stay at my place and the break would be nice. Well they got worse and went to court. I said keep my name out of it and I don’t want to be involved. Guess who gets called into court as witness. Of course my name gets dragged through mud to make it seem as though I’m not credible. After court she stayed at my house till she could get back on her feet (couple months). She still kept in contact with the father who I was no longer friends with now due to the court situation. My only rule for her in my house was that the dude who abused her wasn’t allowed at my house. I left for the weekend to go to a concert and came home early. Guess who was in my house planning on staying the night. Needless to say he was kicked out and she got kicked out by the end of the week. Now they have 3 more kids together and are still just as abusive. Some people you can’t help.

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u/KidHudson_ Sep 24 '22

She looks 40 and he looks like he could be her son wtf

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u/diabloking325 Sep 24 '22

Crazy adds 10 years to the camera

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

Yeah, 21 is looking rough on her.

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u/KidHudson_ Sep 24 '22

SHE’S 21??? Dude I’m 3 years older and even I don’t look that old damn.

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u/Dionysus_8 Sep 24 '22

God damn the crazy vibe is strong

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u/lukebrown46 Sep 24 '22

“Girlfriend of Fortnite Nerd” as the article title LMAO

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u/Giacchino-Fan Sep 24 '22

That entire video I was thinking "ok, I don't want to victim blame, but why the fuck would you not just go away? What's so important here?"

Actively and repeatedly inserting yourself into the line of fire isn't the behavior of someone who regularly gets shot. It's the behavior of someone who shoots back.

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u/oneseven321 Sep 24 '22

Exactly, she's a shit stirrer. Let me keep pushing buttons and then I'll start screaming like a banshee. I do feel sorry for the kid, but fuck this chick had it coming

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u/Hob_O_Rarison Sep 24 '22

In the immortal words of Sam Kinneson...

"I understand what turns Mr. Hand into Mr. Fist. I don't condone it, but I understand it."

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u/jershu2001 Sep 24 '22

I mean it seems like she’s the one instigating it although he should learn to control himself

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u/Old-Dig-8142 Sep 24 '22

The kid crying in the background is heartbreaking

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u/toptiershowlol Sep 24 '22

Yeah, PKA also covered this, and I think it was their guest who actually had a really good observation about how the female in this was also just as toxic and abusive based on this clip

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u/Skreamies Sep 24 '22

Both as bad as each other, feels bad for the kids.

Initially at first it seemed like she was the ne who initiated this incident but neither of them decided to be a grown adult.

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u/Zestyclose_Goose7180 Sep 24 '22

Yea they’re both shitty people, both abusive

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u/Horser_ Sep 24 '22

He will be out soon

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u/4evrNevr Sep 24 '22

Trash family (except the children)

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u/dutchcrutches Sep 24 '22

Kids could be trash. We don't know

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u/FARTBOSS420 Sep 24 '22

If that family has any dogs or cats I bet they're trash too. Even the goldfish. I bet it is one trash ass goldfish.

Also she got knocked up by a dude who streams Fortnite. That's practically a brand new sentence there.

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u/KitchenDepartment Sep 24 '22

And the trash can? Definitely trash

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u/4evrNevr Sep 24 '22

The kids who aren’t starting crap with others are treasure, not trash…but it depends who you ask…

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u/pepoo9o Sep 24 '22

Epic victory royale

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u/Daviskillerz Sep 24 '22

Poor fucking kids man. Fuck these dipshit parents

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u/L3tsg0brandon Sep 24 '22

It's interesting that I can make comments on the post of the man abusing the woman... but the comments are locked for the woman abusing the man that was posted yesterday. 🧐🤔

Seems fair to badmouth female abusers the same as male abusers.

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u/DisabledFatChik Sep 24 '22

She abused him too, sucks for the kids, I hope they find a better place to live

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u/Zoyk0n Sep 24 '22

Earlier in the video she was hitting and harassing him, but everyone only shows this part…

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u/thatonerightthere2 Sep 24 '22

She also threw a hot kettle at him apparently

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u/Hell_Foxxx Sep 24 '22

They're both to blame, period. The only victims here are the children, full stop.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

Bruh why she keep coming back?? Damn…

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u/Aliothale Sep 24 '22

Because she's an abusive shithead too. The pics of him after being beat up with a tea kettle look pretty rough. Domestic violence goes both ways on this one.

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u/EatWeirdSpider Sep 24 '22

Yeah, that's why I kept asking too. Made it pretty clear she's not that innocent either, because that's not how people usually act when they are victims of domestic violence. Just a fucked up situation.

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u/CollarOrdinary4284 Sep 24 '22

Because she's just as bad as him. This clip was taken out of context to make it look like he's some abusive husband who decided to beat on his wife over nothing.

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u/oneseven321 Sep 24 '22

Because she knows he's on stream

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u/mistjenkins Sep 24 '22

That’s the thing that most people won’t question. She is JUST as guilty and shitty as him. Jfc even I wanted to punch her. She’s literally trying to make him made and get him to lash out while on stream. Still never an excuse to hit someone else, especially if they’re pregnant but really, she was trying to get him to do it and succeeded. But she won’t be seen as guilty because she’s a pOoR dEfEnSeLeSs WoMaN. They give the rest of us females a bad name and make it harder to get more extreme and very dangerous one sided DV cases heard and dealt with

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u/OliversFails Sep 24 '22

You should clip the beginning of the video so it doesn't show the woman constantly screaming at the dude and throwing shit at him while he tells her again and again to please stop.

Oh hey you already did, great job OP.

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u/dutchcrutches Sep 24 '22

The woman is very much a piece of shit too if not more so. She isn't afraid like a real victim, she just enjoys poking the bear to get a reaction. She clearly has no regard for her crying child. She must be impossible to live with. I have a family member like this. Super manipulator.

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u/ZeShapyra Sep 24 '22

Yeah, obviously hitting isn't a valid response. But to me it looks like she started it? Idk if it just looks like that

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u/Dionysus_8 Sep 24 '22

Just a cocktail of fuck ups making more fuck ups. Sad really

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u/The_Best_Dakota Sep 24 '22

Then kept going back for more lmao

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u/raspberrycupid Sep 24 '22

Fr they're both awful, and I feel sorry for the kids

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u/Aggressive-Stress125 Sep 24 '22

I blame both, the dude shouldnt have done that and the chick shouldve just took the L and left.

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u/HornyMilf4U Sep 24 '22

Maybe she could’ve left hiM alone?

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u/EchoAgreeable664 Sep 24 '22

i’d love to see chat lol i could only imagine seeing this shit live what a fucking night boys lol

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u/Ogskittless Sep 24 '22

Definitely not justifying what he did but dummy needs stop antagonizing a person who 1 is angry already and 2 you know their gonna hit you💀Walk tf away

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u/GuccibodyBag99 Sep 24 '22

I thinks she’s purposely not leaving him alone so he can lose his temper infront of whoever he’s streaming so that she can play even more like a victim. What he did is not right but what she’s doing isn’t right either. The real victim here are the poor kids having to witness parents like this.

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u/Embarrassed-Eye-2610 Sep 24 '22

"Antagonizing"? This was abuse. She was being abusive.

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u/Kalashnikov-Mikhail Sep 24 '22

Disgusting from both parties.

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u/Darkanthem665 Sep 24 '22

Holy shit the amount of white knights in this thread ignoring what she did as well is hilarious lmaoo.

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u/smoothEarlGrey Sep 24 '22

sometimes I feel bad I'm 28 without a SO or children. Then I see shit like this and I feel just fine. At least I don't live like this and subjugate children to it.

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u/Lembach_Is_Staying Sep 24 '22

55 years old. You can be alone without being lonely.

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u/CartographerSweet450 Sep 24 '22

It's weird that she keeps going back and arguing with him. They both seem like abusive assholes that don't care that their child is watching them.

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u/MossadMike Sep 24 '22

oh, cuz it's fine to attack someone because they don't do what you want no matter when 'dinner was ready...' jesus funk chris

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u/NpunktG Sep 24 '22

Again taken out of context if you watch the full vid you see her throwing stuff at him. Not saying she deserved it but both people are victims and perpetrators at the same time. Post should be deleted tho obv. Misleading. Post the full video if you want to make a point.

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u/Anita214 Sep 24 '22

I kinda feel for her but she kept fucking with him. She should've left him long time ago.

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u/Trip-Independent Sep 24 '22

Leave him alone

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u/xMACH201x Sep 24 '22

Here we have a true gamer.

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u/Leather-Anything7894 Sep 24 '22

and its over fucking fortnite. Jesus christ not worth it at all

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u/darwinning_420 Sep 24 '22

starting to dawn on me that the mean emotional age of this sub is ~15

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u/owiesss Sep 24 '22

I couldn’t agree more.

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u/ssspiral Sep 24 '22

yea this is just ridiculous

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u/nbelievablytired Sep 24 '22

goddamn bro there is a CHILD.

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u/loangeless Sep 24 '22

Okay but can we all agree the woman is a piece of shit too

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u/ExNihiloish Sep 24 '22

God damn. Wtf is wrong with that guy? How has he not realised he needs a lock on that door?

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u/KindaSalty Sep 24 '22

Crazy how many people think its ok to throw things at your spouse to get them to do what they want. She needs to be fucking locked up

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u/Ok-Distribution-6095 Sep 24 '22

They’re both in the wrong

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u/MossadMike Sep 24 '22

reverse the genders and tell me this is ok... he's begging to be ' LEFT ALONE ' for a few minutes... jfc ... wow. heel of a woman.

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u/MunkyMcDrunky Sep 24 '22

Yo does anyone know when he’ll be out???

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u/zippazappazinga Sep 24 '22

He said he will be out soon! punches

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u/Lhytt Sep 24 '22

Soon, I believe

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u/GabePat92 Sep 24 '22

They're both fucking idiots. That guy, especially, for playing that dumbass game.

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u/owiesss Sep 24 '22

I can’t believe I had to come this far to see this comment.

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u/Crafty_Hearing_3218 Sep 24 '22

So annoying, walk away ! Why does she still keep on and on , those poor kids 🥺

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u/Suspicious_Voice6964 Sep 24 '22

You should never hit your partner.. but I can say, I understand why he did it. She is a manipulative witch that winds him up, follows him and abuses him. The man acts like a cornered animal and this is the cycle of countless abusive relationships. The poor poor kids.

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u/UnofficialPaul Sep 24 '22

He'll be out soon

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u/Mr_Hashs Sep 24 '22

Allright i get it but after she gets punched or slapped or whatever she cries then stops goes to his stuff tries to shut it off break it whatever then gets slapped or punched again and still she goes near him to break his stuff, like why can't you leave him after he abused you the first time no instead you go annoy him more knowing you'll get punched soon

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u/ProudKentuckyGrL Sep 24 '22

2 kids , having kids, cant handle it, so they Abuse Each other.

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u/TopHat345 Sep 25 '22

Not only is he a p.o.s for hitting her for no fucking reason but it's ten fold for the fact that he did it in front of a kid.

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u/Realistic_Work_5552 Sep 27 '22

This is one of the few videos to really get to me. Her crying is just gut wrenching.

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u/Twisted60 Sep 24 '22

Real victims don't continue to harass the abuser. They're as bad as each other.

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u/Sea_Bass8868 Sep 24 '22

Way to make sure you can never find employment again in your life.

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u/AnyOldNameNotTaken Sep 24 '22

Fucking pieces of shit. Those poor kids.

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u/LachieBruhLol Sep 24 '22

Who the fuck has 2 kids with someone you hate this much?

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

What fortnite does to a motherfucker

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u/stfuANDgtfoPLZ Sep 24 '22

I hate women like this and I hate men who can’t leave. I remember I dated this toxic ass bitch and I actually had hyperphantasia of choking this woman.

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u/dienasty84 Sep 24 '22

Really wish the children weren't involved. They don't deserve that.

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u/davidsellars124 Sep 24 '22

Wait a minute?We are blaming the man here?Not the relentlessly annoying female?