Steve's ex sues him for damaging her 'soul'

Steve's ex sues him for damaging her 'soul'

The videos blasted the Family Feud host for his previous infidelities with his current wife, Marjorie Harvey during his marriage to Mary, and cited his affair as one of the reasons he uprooted their life together.

Vaughn's suit was filed by Essie Berry, a civil rights activist and not an attorney.

The former couple, who were married for 16 years, have been embroiled in several ugly dramas since they finalised their divorce in 2005.

Mary said she has been suicidal and has resorted to harmful forms of self-medication to handle the aftermath of their contentious divorce battle that according to Mary, left her with nothing.

The suit is rambling at times, but Mary's main point is she's emotionally and physically destroyed after losing her son, her businesses, and the joy of Mother's Days.

Shackelford has sued the "Little Big Shots" host for child endangerment, torture, conspiracy against rights, kidnapping, murder, breach of contract and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Steve and Mary (pictured in 2000) divorced in 2005.

In the past, Mary has been very vocal about her distaste for her ex-husband. On Wednesday (05-17-17) she filed a lawsuit against the funnyman for up to $60 million. When it came to Ms. Harvey's claims of being barred from seeing her son, Harvey explained to Judge Robert Dry that Mary had once allowed a then 13-year-old Wynton to board an airplane to see Steve, without actually notifying him of his son's arrival beforehand.

"All was loss Mary L. Harvey was dead."
In 2013, Mary was arrested for breaking a gag order by leaking information relating to her divorce to Fox News. The couple was married from 1996 until 2005 and Steve then married Marjorie Bridges-Woods in 2007, and they have been a couple ever since then.