Damon Thomas: Kim Kardashian’s First Husband Punched, Strangled and Beat Her

Star Magazine has pulled a TMZ and the tabloid has uncovered divorce documents from Kim Kardashian‘s first marriage. In 2000, the reality TV star married Damon Thomas, a music producer who has worked with singers including Pink and Katharine McPhee.

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Damon’s picture is in the lower right hand corner of Star magazine.

Kim described one incident that took place when the couple had planned a skydiving trip with Justin Timberlake: “Before we left our home, Damon hit me in the face and cut my lip open. I fell into the bed frame and banged my knee hard. I was limping when we went skydiving.”

Sadly, there’s more: Kim describes how Damon made her ask permission when she wanted to leave their house, wanted her home at 4:30 to cook him dinner, and gave her money for liposuction that Damon suggested I have because he wanted me to be perfect.”

The article describes in detail physical abuse Kim claims she suffered, including being punched in the face on multiple occasions, strangling her, and threatening to kill her and her family.

This explains why Kim is so submissive, needy, clearly has self-esteem issues, and is obsessed with her body. I’m not really surprise. Often the best women and men are the ones who end up being abused in relationships. It’s also stunning how the most attractive people believe the verbal abuse and don’t even consider themselves to be attractive anymore. Khloe Kardashian is completely right. Khloe “prays” that Kim remains single for a while and that is exactly what she needs to be! Like security expert and author Gavin de Becker who appeared on Oprah last week said: “The first time a man hits a woman, she’s a victim. The second time, she’s a volunteer!”

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INFO AND RESOURCES:

To combat domestic violence, Gavin has developed a potentially lifesaving tool called MOSAIC. This online assessment is free and protects the user’s identity. Answer questions to determine how much of a threat an abuser poses to an individual or family. “MOSAIC expresses its results on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most likely to escalate—including homicide,” Gavin says. MOSAIC test: https://www.mosaicmethod.com/

Where to go if you need to leave: 1-800-799-SAFE or visit TheHotline.org - If you visit this site, a link to another site is provided that you can go through just in case your website history may be viewed by someone else to prevent the victim from being abused again. The message at the top of the page isn’t spam, it’s there for your protection.

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