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‘Real Housewives’ Star Taylor Armstrong Claims Husband Abused Her

July 27, 2011Comments are closed.


Taylor Armstrong from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills claims her husband abused her verbally and physically throughout their five year marriage. Taylor claims Russell would yell at her, call her names, throw things at her, and  shove her.

According to the Daily Mail, Russell, 47, does not deny her claims and believes the TV show pushed him to the brink.

“Did I push her? Yes, maybe things happened in the heat of the moment, but it was during a time in our lives that was not characteristic of who we were. This show has literally pushed us to the limit.”

This news may come as a shock to fans who know that Taylor was abused as a child and now serves as an ambassador against domestic violence.

As you may know already, Taylor, 40, filed for divorce two weeks ago and says the decision to finally leave her husband came down to protecting their daughter, Kennedy, 5.

Sounds like a good decision.

So sad.

Taylor and Russell Armstrong

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