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Meet Lori Mccomas, the ex-wife of movie actor Terrence Howard. Lori and Terrence married back in 1989. After 14 years of ups and downs, the couple divorced in 2003 and remarried again in 2005, but have since separated. Lori Mccomas was born Jewish, but is raising their children in the Jehovah’s Witnesses faith. The former couple has three children: two daughters (Aubrey and Heaven) and a son (Hunter).

In February 2009, news sources reported that Howard was arrested in 2001 for a variety of charges related to a violent attack on his estranged wife, including simple assault, terroristic threats, harassment and stalking. According to police reports, he arrived at Lori’s house after an argument on the telephone, and forced entry into her home by breaking in doors. Reports said Howard chased Lori into the back yard and punched her twice in the face with a closed fist. The violent attack ended when Terrence Howard’s brother stepped in and stopped him. In 2002, Howard plead guilty only to disturbing the peace.

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  1. Yeah I’m sure the argument was over her religion. Those people try to keep non JW parents away from the kids to keep them indoctrinated in the cult without outside influence. I’m not surprised he lost it, I lived through the same thing with my dad, and he was a gentle man. His wife, my mother, threatened him with never seeing me again because he wasn’t “in the truth”. His response was to put her “in the hospital”… I don’t agree, but I understand. That cult is deadly to families. Terrence, you are adorable, and if you read this, you’ve got my understanding, but please try to control yourself in the future, it only makes the world look like a bad place and vindicates the cult.

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