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Steve Harvey

January 24, 2011 by Post Team 

Steve Harvey, “Steve Harvey’’EST the best-selling author behind” Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man “and a new self-help book,” Talk Straight, No Chaser. ”

But there is a woman who will not go to the actor for advice: ex-wife Mary Harvey.

After 16 years of marriage and bitter divorce, Mary took to YouTube to warn Harvey reading volumes about the man to whom they are listening. She says Steve cheated several times, including once with a woman who actually said to Mary was protected sex.

She also claims Steve became the couple’s son, Wynton, she cons. Steve, meanwhile, filed a defamation suit against her ex because he says these allegations cost him a talk show on OWN. /usspost.com/

”’Steve Harvey Ex-wife talks to Via YouTube – Mary Harvey
The ex-wife ‘Steve Harvey”a published the book in response to his bestseller entitled “Think like a man.” The book tells of his infidelity, the lies and how cold. He says the real story behind the divorce, which has left poor Mary Harvey, and without her son.
Mary took to YouTube to explain her version of events. With her video, it explains how quickly Steve moved, leaving her to find explicit emails to his extramarital affair. She said he walked out the door and left him virtually nothing. He left her and moved to New York in an apartment he never let her see where he joined his mistress, Marjorie. Worse, she says, she never received an apology.

When divorce proceedings in due course, Harvey was found and left by Mary herself. She said that when she was down, while Harvey handled. She continued by saying that as she speaks there is a lawsuit that was filed against her. She said that Harvey thinks she is responsible because Oprah did not “Steve Harvey”une television.

Source: http://www.longislandpress.com/2011/01/24/steve-harvey-ex-wife-takes-to-youtube-to-tell-all/

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