AceShowbiz - Erica Mena and Safaree Samuels' divorce is only getting uglier. The former model has seemingly clapped back at her estranged husband after he accuses her of violating their domestic relations standing order by vandalizing his stuff.
On Thursday, July 15, she posted on Twitter, "Everyday New Truth New Lie," seemingly accusing the rapper of lying. While she didn't name names or mention a context, her cryptic tweet arrived after his ex filed legal documents in which he makes the complaint against her.
In the docs obtained by TMZ, Safaree claims that his estranged wife destroyed his expensive sneakers and motorbikes on May 23, just 2 days after she filed for divorce. He alleges that she damaged his $30k worth of custom sneakers by pouring bleach on them and cutting the laces.
He also claims that the mother of his two children destroyed two motorcycles and a four-wheeler motorbike by pouring paint all over the motorcycles, and directly into the exhaust pipes and gas tanks of all the vehicles to render his beloved bikes useless.
Safaree points out that Erica was eight months pregnant with their second child together when she did him and his stuff dirty. He also claims that the whole thing was captured on their home security cameras and he's willing to turn that footage over as evidence in court.
He asks that the judge forces Erica to reimburse him around $50k for the damage. He additionally states that he's considering to report her to law enforcement and pursue felony charges for criminal destruction.
Safaree also calls out Erica for attempting a narrative in the public that she's overwhelmed with taking care of their newborn, but apparently "has ample time to engage in disruptive and intentional acts to vilify and disparage" him. He claims she has changed the locks and security codes on the home they shared.
Erica previously slammed Safaree for being in Jamaica instead of helping her care for their newborn son, who was in NICU for over week after an early birth. On Wednesday, when she finally took her baby home, she appeared to throw a shade at the baby's father by giving herself props for doing everything independently and thanking her friends for helping her.