Lee Bailey: You said earlier and you’ve said this many times, that you’re the victim -the actual physical victim in this relationship. Is that correct?
Bishop Thomas Weeks: Yes. She hit me and choked me. I wanna put it in this perspective. The reason I have never shared this with the public before-not that anybody should be abused, women should not be abused or men should be abuse or kick or hit or anything. In emotional dysfunctional times people shoe things to a spouse that say I need help. There’s a cry for help. There’s a need for somebody to reach out and do something. I walked through the situation. I tried to talk with her and deal with it. If it was s daily experience where she came home and threw things at me and she just did it every day, then of course that is a deeper issue of abuse. However, I think some people just lose it for a moment or possibly for a segment and really have to deal with it for a cry help. And that’s why I took those areas even though I wish she would have stopped and said, ‘Yes, I lost it on some of our heated fellowships and I did some things that I regret.’ she never mentioned it. And that’s one of the reasons I’m speaking out because you can’t become-first of a fictitious face of domestic violence because you wanna take this cause and run with it for whatever gain it will bring to you, but you’re not even bringing the balance to say ‘listen, there could and might be issues on both sides depending on who you’re married to and what their previous experiences are.’ And as a person that is principle oriented that has always dealt with the fabric of empowering single and married relationships I just can’t stay silent anymore without addressing this with truthful facts. (Read More)
I believe him. Juanita prolly put her foot up his ass backside many a night… Oh well…life goes on.