Keke Palmer’s ex-boyfriend Darius Jackson finally surrendered his firearm to police as required by a restraining order.
Us Weekly obtained a property report from the Riverside Country’s Sheriff’s Department, that shows Jackson, 29, turned in a Glock 34 handgun as well as two extended magazines, a speed loader and a cleaning rod.
The weapon’s manual and carrying case were also turned in to authorities, Us Weekly confirmed.
Jackson gave up the firearm more than 2 months after a judge granted Palmer’s application for a restraining order.
The judge ordered him to surrender his firearms as part of the restraining order. But it took Jackson 2 months to do so.
In her application, Palmer, 30, accused Jackson of physically abusing her and their toddler son, Leodis, who was born in February 2023.
A judge ordered the aspiring actor to stay away from Keke and their toddler son, the child’s nannies and/or daycare.
According to court documents obtained by Us Weekly, the protective order will expire on July 16.
In his response, Jackson claimed Palmer was the “primary aggressor” in their relationship.
He told the court that Palmer “repeatedly engaged in abusive conduct” and “acted as the primary aggressor” toward him during their two years together.
He said she regularly punched him in the face whenever she consumed alcohol.
Jackson told the court that on August 20, 2021, Palmer “punched [him] in the face” at a birthday party they’d attended.
He said Palmer was also s*xually aggressive.
Jackson claimed that on November 17, 2021, “after I told [Keke] I was not [spending] the night with her, she called me over 200 times and sent me over 50 emails.”
Jackson submitted screenshots of his call log and emails as part of his filing.
In another incident in January 2022, Jackson said Palmer “punched the windshield of [his] car while [he] was driving.”
He said she offered to pay for a replacement windshield and he even submitted a copy of her wiring the money to him.