Here we go again, another domestic violence altercation, everyone is siding with the woman and crucifying the man. We all have our opinions on what happened and who’s at fault, but no one really knows the truth and we will never know the truth.
I am not condoning domestic violence of any kind towards a woman, but neither am I condoning violence against a man. We women like to think we are so delicate and can’t hurt a man that we think it’s okay to say slap them or even maybe punch them and they can’t hit us back because we are women. I’m sorry, but a man can only take so much hitting until they snap and have to at least restrain the woman. They are stronger and can bruise us up by just keeping us restrained. Who is at fault? Who will the police and media believe?
Why are we all automatically siding with Evelyn Lozado? Do we not know her violent history? I’m pretty sure the whole world knows. If not, check thi video out (sorry for the bad quality) Evelyn's Temper . Evelyn is a fiery Latina who grew up in that environment so unfortunately that’s all she knew and that’s how she handles her life; threatening people (Jennifer Williams), climbing over tables, throwing a wine bottle across the room and so on. I’m not saying Chad Johnson is a man with no faults either. Chad had a domestic violence altercation back in 2000 with a girlfriend at the time, but that doesn’t make him guilty. Here is the TMZ article on that domestic violence issue TMZ I just hate that everyone jumps on the bandwagon and is blaming Chad for the “head-butting.” I’m not a fan of neither so again I’m not siding with anyone, but how about we AT LEAST hear the evidence when it comes around. Did we not learn in school “innocent until proven guilty?” Many cases are cut and dry that evidence isn’t needed to prove someones innocence, but this simply is not one of them.
I’ve been in a relationship where domestic violence played out, however, I never called it that. No one in their right minds would blame me for it. I was very rarely the aggressor I can admit and when I got mad I would push or hot his arm and he would hit back even worse– push back and choke me. I never once thought about calling the cops, because we were both at fault and it wasn’t right to just put all the blame on him. I can kind of see myself in Evelyn, but not to her extreme. When you grow up in any kind of domestic violence home it’s hard to escape that. The reason I mentioned my incident is to show that even though I wasn’t always the aggressor there are woman out there who are 100% the aggressor. Statistics in domestic violence are never accurate in case you went to look. What man would admit to getting beat up by a girlfriend or wife?
So how about we hear facts first instead of the he-said she-said “facts?”