Darius McCrary, one of the stars of the sitcom from the 1990s, Family Matters allegedly dislocated his two-year-old girl’s arm. In a report from The Blast, the publication revealed that his estranged wife, Tammy Brawner, accused Darius of “partially” dislocating their daughter’s arm back in March of 2018.
Tammy attached medical documents to the files which she submitted to a court of law. Supposedly, Brawner said to doctors that McCrary hurt his daughter when he was taking her to the bathroom after “grabbing her arm.”
According to Darius, he grabbed both of her arms to pick her up, rather than just one. Doctors diagnosed their daughter, Zoey, with Nursemaid’s elbow, a common ailment for infants and children.
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Typically, it’s when the elbow bone partially dislocates from the rest of the arm. However, McCrary claims his wife’s intentions are malicious and deceitful.
The Blast reported that Darius believes his estranged wife has been coaching their daughter to say that Darius hurt her, that way she can get full physical and legal custody.
Additionally, Tammy claims McCrary hasn’t been showing up to their co-parenting classes that a court ordered them to participate in together. Tammy said in the documents that she can’t “co-parent” all by herself.
In the report, she accused Mr. McCracy of being too much of a “tyrant” to work with her, and was “too bitter.” As it was previously reported by TMZ, Brawner filed for legal separation from McCrary back in March of 2017, citing irreconcilable differences as the cause of their marriage’s demise.
She also wants Darius to start taking alcohol and drug abuse courses. As fans of the actor know, Darius has some good luck. He’s had many small parts in TV and film, including in 2007 as the voice of Jazz in Transformers, Family Matters in the 1990’s, and Saw VI, as Dave.