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Shocking allegations from a 1995 article claim actor Chris Noth beat supermodel Beverly Johnson and even threatened to kill her dog.

Beverly Johnson accused the former Sex and the City star of beating her into submission and "vowing to kill her dog."

Noth, 67, is accused of raping two women in separate incidents in 2004 and 2015.
 
READ ALSO: ‘Sex and the City’ star Chris Noth accused of sexual assault by two women
 
Now old accusations of abuse against Johnson - first published in a 1995 National Enquirer magazine - have resurfaced online.

A screenshot of the article was posted on Instagram account Diet Prada after the bombshell report in The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

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Johnson, now 69, alleged in court documents that Noth - whom she dated between 1990 and 1995 - "beat her" silly during arguments, and that he also threatened to disfigure her in phone calls "25 times a day".

Johnson reportedly "told a pal" that she had "never been so frightened in her life", according to the article.

Johnson made similar allegations in a lawsuit against another boyfriend, professional golfer Mark Burk.

But Burk hit back with a counter-lawsuit, accusing Johnson of lying and referring to her as "unstable". Burk planned to subpoena Noth to testify on his behalf.

Noth starred as Detective Mike Logan on popular crime show Law & Order at the time.

Noth has vigorously denied the rape allegations by the two women, and he denied the 1995 accusations made against him by Johnson.

"There is no basis to the claims Ms. Johnson made back in 1995. I was approached about Mr. Burk's situation, but I haven't been subpoenaed," he said.

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A manhunt is underway for a former NFL player who brutally attacked his ex-girlfriend in a viral video.

Zac Stacy is wanted on felony charges of assaulting Kristin Evans, the mother of his 5-month-old son.

According to docs obtained by TMZ Sports, Stacy is facing felony aggravated battery and criminal mischief charges.

Stacy faces up to 15 years behind bars if convicted on the aggravated battery charge and 5 years in prison on the criminal mischief charge.

The former running back is currently still at large. Evans believes his friends are hiding him in the Nashville area.

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In a video on Thursday, Evans said:

"I don't know why his friends are hiding him. If you see him -- he drives a white Kia Optima, a 2020 I believe or a 2021. Please, again, if you see him or you know of any location that he might be, please turn him in or call your local authorities."

Evans said police in Oakland, Florida, where she lives, ignored her pleas to arrest Stacy. Their slow response enabled him to flee the state of Florida.

However, police officials tell TMZ officers responded to the domestic violence call "within two minutes" of Stacy's attack last Saturday.

Meanwhile, TMZ reports Stacy has been dropped from his role as a youth football ambassador for the Music City Bowl this year.

Stacy, 30, is a former running back for the NY Jets and St. Louis Rams.

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Twitter is outraged over the Zac Stacy viral video -- but not for the reasons you think.

Home surveillance video shows the ex-NFL player punching and throwing his ex-girlfriend, Kristin Evans, to the floor. He is also seen dragging her off a sofa and throwing her into a flat screen TV.

The video is shocking and disturbing to watch. But many on Twitter say people should stop sharing the video.

Ex-NFL player Cam Worrell tweeted "There is no need to post the video of Zac Stacy."

Others on Twitter agree that the video shouldn't be shared because it's too "traumatic" and "triggering".

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One user tweeted: "I hate that I see that Zac Stacy guy video circulating. It’s very traumatic for me and triggering."

Another user wrote: "Don't retweet that Zac Stacy video on the timeline, at least not without a trigger warning. Be mindful of domestic violence survivors that may follow you."

And a third person tweeted: "I will NOT be sharing the #ZacStacy video but if you do please please put a trigger warning (TW)."

But other Twitter users say sharing the video is important to raise awareness for domestic violence victims who often suffer in silence.

Evans said she was ignored by her local police department in Florida after she tried to take out a restraining order on Stacy.

"The Oakland PD officers that came to my house didn't seem to think this was a bad enough incident to make an immediate arrest or to file for an immediate warrant. It took four days of me calling people and an Orange County officer speaking on my behalf."

She added:

"The Florida justice system has been failing me. I have filed police reports previously and the State Attorney hasn't picked them up. Other women fall victim to this everyday. Please call attention to the Florida State Attorney."

Caution: The video below contains violence which may be disturbing to some viewers.
 

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Home surveillance video shows ex-NFL player Zac Stacy punching and throwing his ex-girlfriend into a flat screen TV.

Kristin Evans is heard begging Stacy to stop as he picks her up and throws her around the room like a rag doll.

At 220 pounds the former NY Jets running back easily outweighs the mother of his 5-month-old son.

According to reports, Stacy flew into a blind rage while visiting his infant son at Evans's Florida apartment around 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Stacy dragged Evans from a sofa and punched her several times before throwing her into a flat screen TV which landed on top of her.

The 30-year-old ex-NFL player then told his son, "I love you," before storming out of the apartment.

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Evans and Stacy are pictured during happier times when they first met at Vanderbilt University.

Evans has filed a restraining order against Stacy, who is on the run from police. She believes he is in the Nashville area.

Evans says Stacy had time to flee because officers in Oakland, where she lives, didn't take her complaints seriously.

"The Oakland PD officers that came to my house didn't seem to think this was a bad enough incident to make an immediate arrest or to file for an immediate warrant," she wrote on social media. "It took four days of me calling people and an Orange County officer speaking on my behalf."

She added:

"The Florida justice system has been failing me. I have filed police reports previously and the State Attorney hasn't picked them up. Other women fall victim to this everyday. Please call attention to the Florida State Attorney."

She said the police viewed the same video you're seeing -- and they still took four days to issue an arrest warrant.

"No one should have to go through what I went through and then to have to fight for the law to protect them. It took 4 days to issue a warrant WITH VIDEO."

Caution: The video below contains violence which may be disturbing to some viewers.
 

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Will Smith says he considered killing his father to "avenge" his mother for the years of abuse he inflicted on her.

In an excerpt from his memoir titled WILL, the 53-year-old Philly native recalled how his dad Willard Carroll Smith Sr. - who died of cancer in 2016 - was violent towards his mother, Caroline Bright.

Smith, born Willard Carroll Smith Jr., said his father "terrorized" their family with his strict, overbearing standards, and Smith vowed to make him pay one day.

The actor, rapper, and film producer explained how a shocking childhood incident between his parents "defined" who he is today.

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In the excerpt from WILL, he wrote: "My father was violent, but he was also at every game, play, and recital. He was an alcoholic, but he was sober at every premiere of every one of my movies."

"He listened to every record. He visited every studio. The same intense perfectionism that terrorized his family put food on the table every night of my life...

"When I was nine years old, I watched my father punch my mother in the side of the head so hard that she collapsed. I saw her spit blood. That moment in that bedroom, probably more than any other moment in my life, has defined who I am."

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The Men in Black star, pictured with ex-wife, Sheree, and his mom in 1993, admitted he puts on a front to hide his emotional scars.

"Within everything that I have done since then — the awards and accolades, the spotlights and attention, the characters and the laughs — there has been a subtle string of apologies to my mother for my inaction that day," he continued. "For failing her in the moment. For failing to stand up to my father. For being a coward.

"What you have come to understand as 'Will Smith,' the alien-annihilating MC, the bigger-than-life movie star, is largely a construction – a carefully crafted and honed character – designed to protect myself. To hide myself from the world. To hide the coward."

One day, when Smith was caring for his terminally ill father, he worked up the nerve to avenge his mother for all the years of abuse.

For a fleeting moment, Smith considered shoving his father, who was in a wheelchair, down a flight of stairs.

"As a child I'd always told myself that I would one day avenge my mother. That when I was big enough, when I was strong enough, when I was no longer a coward, I would slay him.

"I paused at the top of the stairs. I could shove him down, and easily get away with it. As the decades of pain, anger, and resentment coursed then receded, I shook my head and proceeded to wheel Daddio to the bathroom."

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Zayn Malik denied striking Yolanda Hadid, the mother of his ex-girlfriend Gigi Hadid, during an explosive argument at his Pennsylvania home in September.

"I adamantly deny striking Yolanda Hadid and for the sake of my daughter I decline to give any further details," he told TMZ in a statement.

Now comes word that Zayn, 28, previously pleaded guilty to crimes against Gigi and Yolanda in court documents, obtained by TMZ.

Zayn was charged with 4 criminal offenses of harassment and he pled guilty to one and no contest to the others.

According to the documents, Zayn, Gigi and Yolanda got into an explosive argument at his Pennsylvania home on Sept. 29.

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He allegedly called 57-year-old Yolanda a "f**king Dutch slut," and ordered her to "stay away from [my] f**king daughter." He also reportedly said "the f**king sperm that came out of [my] f**king c**k."

He then allegedly "shoved [Yolanda] into a dresser causing mental anguish and physical pain." Zayn denies any physical contact.

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According to court docs, he screamed at Gigi: "strap on some f***ing balls and defend your partner against your f***ing mother in my house."

Zayn also hurled abuse at a bodyguard: "Get the f**k out of my f**king house copper." He also allegedly tried to fight the bodyguard.

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Zayn pled no contest Wednesday to harassment and was sentenced to 90 days probation for each count, totaling 360 days.

He also must complete an anger management class and a domestic violence program. And he is to have no contact with Yolanda or the security guard.

A source told ET Online that the couple split up before the row at his house. They share 1-year-old daughter, Khai, together.

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Tyga walked out of jail on Tuesday after posting $50,000 bond following his arrest on felony domestic violence charges.

The "Taste" rapper turned himself in to the police on Tuesday after his ex-fiancee, Camaryn Swanson accused him of roughing her up and giving her a black eye.

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The Grammy-nominated rapper is accused of beating Camaryn early Monday at his house.

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After Tyga left the Hollywood police station, a mystery blonde was seen arriving at his $12.8 million Bel-Air mansion.

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Camaryn's personal belongings, suitcases and boxes were piled in a corner of Tyga's garage waiting for someone to collect them.

According to TMZ, a drunken Camaryn showed up at his house at 3 a.m. Monday "shouting" for Tyga to let her in. After he let her inside the home, an argument ensued and Tyga allegedly pinned Camaryn against a wall and threw the 22-year-old Instagram model out of his house.

On Tuesday, Camaryn filed a domestic violence report with the Los Angeles Police Department.

She took to her social media to share pictures of her alleged injuries, alongside screenshots of text messages purportedly from Tyga, 31.

The screenshots appeared to show that the rapper sent a car to pick her up on Monday night while the couple was in the process of splitting up.

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"I'm so embarrassed and ashamed it had to get to this but I have to stand up for myself," she wrote.
 
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Tyga and the Atlanta native, who grew up in Miami Beach, Florida, first went Instagram official on March 17th, 2021.

He is best known for dating an underage Kylie Jenner after they met at her Sweet 16 Party in 2011. They broke up in 2017.

Camaryn reportedly earns a modest living as co-founder of the apparel company Meaning of Mine with her younger sister Elle Swanson.

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Update: Tyga has been arrested on felony domestic violence charges on Tuesday, October 12.

The 31-year-old Grammy-nominated rapper turned himself in to police following an altercation with his former fiancee, Camaryn Swanson, early Monday at his $12.8 million Bel-Air mansion.
 
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Tyga is reportedly "cooperating with police" amid allegations that he physically abused his ex-fiancee Camaryn Swanson.

According to TMZ, the alleged incident occurred early Monday, when the Instagram star showed up on the rapper's doorstep at around 3 am. She was apparently stumbling drunk, and began shouting for him to let her in.

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Once he let her inside to talk, Swanson claims Tyga got rough with her and pinned her against a wall before shoving her out the front door.

After her mother picked her up from Tyga's house, Camaryn filed a domestic violence report with the Los Angeles Police Department.

TMZ notes that police officers took a report for felony domestic violence after observing "visible marks" on her body.

While Tyga hasn't been arrested or charged, he is reportedly planning to talk to police on Tuesday.

Once she sobered up, Camaryn, 22, took to her social media to share pictures of her alleged injuries, alongside screenshots of text messages purportedly from Tyga, 31.

The screenshots appeared to show that the rapper sent a car to pick her up on Monday night.

"I'm so embarrassed and ashamed it had to get to this but I have to stand up for myself," she wrote.

Tyga has yet to comment publicly on the allegations.
 
READ ALSO: Tyga and girlfriend spark wedding rumors as she wears ring on THAT finger
 

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The incident comes four months after Camaryn began flashing a sizable diamond ring on that finger.

Tyga and the Atlanta native, who grew up in Miami Beach, Florida, first went Instagram official on March 17th, 2021.

She reportedly earns a modest living as co-founder of the apparel company Meaning of Mine with her younger sister Elle Swanson.

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Tyga shares 8-year-old son King Cairo with West Coast socialite and Instagram model Blac Chyna who went viral on Monday after an outburst about the mRNA vaccine at an airport (see video below).
 

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Angela Simmons declined to name her ex-boyfriend who laid hands on her in the past.

During an earlier interview with The Breakfast Club, Angela said, "I've firsthand dealt with abuse and never really spoke out about it and I know there are a lot of women that are stuck."

The single mom-of-one recently sat down with Hollywood Unlocked's Jason Lee to discuss her past abuse.

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The 33-year-old Virgo didn't name her abuser but she shared the level of abuse she was subjected to.

"Well, hands thrown, hands used. I wouldn't say punched, but hands used and things thrown at me and stuff like that," she said. "Enough where there were bruises."

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She added: "It wasn't okay and it definitely wasn't right and you know, I knew when enough was enough. Just after a while, being afraid, being scared, that's not fun. There's so many different things that you finally [makes you decide] this isn't for me."

When pressed to name the person who abused her, Angela said, "I would never speak on names."

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Though she claimed to be a virgin several years ago, Angela has been romantically linked to rappers Bow Wow and Romeo Miller, singer Lloyd, reality TV star Rob Kardashian, and her late ex-fiancé, Sutton Tennyson, the father of her son, Sutton Joseph.

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Angela is best known for appearing in her father, Rev. Joseph Simmons, reality TV show Run's House. She is the niece of entertainment mogul Russell Simmons.

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D'Zondria Wallace, 30, and her two children, La'Porsha, 14, and Ja'Corbie, 11, recently moved to St. Paul, Minnesota, hoping for a new start.

She'd broken off a relationship with her abusive boyfriend, TeKeith Syvone Jones, 26, after relaying concerns to her family about his increasingly violent behavior.

A neighbor's security camera caught Jones peeking through the window of Wallace's new apartment Saturday afternoon, about 30 minutes before the bodies were discovered.

Wallace had told relatives she was two months pregnant with Jones' baby, the Star Tribune reported.

"She was fearing for her life," her mother, Mary Wallace told the Star Tribune. She reportedly began seeing someone else in mid-January. "He was jealous."

A nephew later told police that Jones continued to come by the house even after the breakup and always carried a semiautomatic handgun, according to the Star Tribune.

The nephew recalled an incident in December when Jones broke in through a kitchen window, "swung her around," and accused her of seeing another man.

The next morning he fired a pistol at Wallace but missed. She never reported the incident to police.

On Saturday afternoon, a relative entered Wallace's apartment on the 700 block of Jessie Street and saw "blood everywhere."

Just inside the door, first responders found Wallace's teenage daughter, La'Porsha, mortally wounded on the floor. She had been shot 10 times.

Her mother lay dead on the sofa. She had been shot twice.

Medics found Ja'Corbie suffering from gunshot wounds. When they asked him who shot them, he responded: "Keith."

Ja'Corbie died hours later at a hospital.

A dying declaration is a statement made by someone with their dying breath. A dying declaration can be introduced in court as evidence in a murder trial. It holds as much weight as if the deceased complainant pointed out the defendant in the courtroom.

"I know that Ja'Corbie fought to stay alive to say it was his mom's boyfriend," said Wallace's cousin Jeanette Whitehall, who helped raise the kids for a year before Wallace could relocate to Minnesota.

"Now Coby can rest," Whitehall added.