The divorce between Keshia Knight and Ed Hartwell is becoming even more troublesome as the actress is asking the court to bring in an unlikely face to testify in her favor. In a report from TMZ, Pulliam and her legal representatives are proposing to bring in the doctor, Dr. Omalu, into court.
Dr. Omalu is the medical professional upon which Will Smith’s film, Concussion, is predicated. Smith’s film, Concussion, was supposed to garner Will multiple awards, but unfortunately did not, and fans will remember Jada Pinkett-Smith crying about it in the media.
In legal documents filed in Georgia, Fulton County, Hartwell asked the judge not to accept the proposition because Omalu never even treated him, to begin with.
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The former star in the NFL said it’s strange that his ex-wife is attempting to bring Dr. Omalu into the case because they have no relationship.
Omalu supposedly never treated him, spoke with him, examined him, or even looked at his medical records. The news of this filing comes after the former star of the Cosby Show claimed that Hartwell wanted to murder their yet-to-be-conceived baby.
Knight thinks her ex-husband needs medical evaluation and may suffer from mental issues on account of brain damage sustained throughout his NFL career.
Whether he suffers mental issues or not, the divorce continues to get messier. This isn’t the only problem faced by Keshia Knight either, as she reportedly owes the state of Georgia around $102,000 in tax money.
In a report obtained from RadarOnline, Knight supposedly has to pay the government and has been obligated to do so since 2010, nearly ten years.
As you may know, it’s not uncommon for celebrities to experience taxation issues with the US government. Entertainers, who often make a lot of money in a very short amount of time, forget to pay Uncle Sam and some even wind up going to jail; case-in-point, Wesley Snipes, and DMX.