Male Talk Show Participant Gets Laughed Out Of The Building As He Describes His Time As A Domestic Abuse Victim
Mirror- Jeremy Kyle was forced to step in and ask his audience to refrain from laughing as a male domestic violence victim recalled how he had been forced to jump off a balcony to escape his violent partner.
Geoff appeared on the morning chat show to confront his abusive ex-girlfriend, Danni, who he has two children with.
The dad-of-two told Jeremy he wanted proof that the children were his after he found out Danni had been cheating on him.
In the process of recalling the history between them, Geoff spoke about how he had been assaulted by his ex.
“It was violent from her side. it is a bit embarrassing to admit it,” Geoff said.
Geoff then went on to recall a time when he was forced to jump off a third-floor balcony to escape her after she locked him in their flat.
“I ended up in hospital and I cut all my arm and back open,” Geoff explained.
The audience then burst into fits of laughter, at which point Jeremy was forced to step in and defend his guest.
See this story? This story right here? This is why females need to stop crying "double standard" all the time. Not because they don't exist. They absolutely do. However, they exist both ways. Sure, women probably don't get paid as much as they should. Sure, women are constantly expected to look pretty and well put together in public. Sure, women are programmed to feel shame when they sleep with 3 or 4 guys over the course of a month. But you know what else women can do? They can beat the shit out of those very same men. Literally force them to plunge to near certain death from a 3rd story balcony, and it will be the funniest story a woman has ever been responsible for. Now I'm not going to get on my high horse here like Jeremy Kyle. If I were at this show I would have been doubled over in laughter at this potential meth head too. I would have been hooting and hollering that he was a big old bag of estrogen that couldn't even restrain his own girlfriend. That's the take away here. Along with all the good that comes with being a man we accept the responsibility to be able to withstand the force of our girlfriend. We also accept that people probably aren't going to be too sympathetic if we can't.
I'll tell you this though. When Danni, his significant other, finally made her long awaited appearance on the show the plot of this story went from comedy to drama real quick. I'm talking tears of laughter to tears of horror faster than it takes this guy to ignore brushing his teeth. I thought Geoff said he got attacked by the mother of his children, not Shrek. Jesus Christ man, way to bury the lead. You didn't say that person you were dating was able to save money on makeup when she was cast as the main creature in 'The Hills Have Eyes'. I mean, that dead tooth is aggressive enough in itself to warrant at least few years probation. It's one thing to date a women that is bigger then you, though that has a certain stigma attached to it as well, but maybe steer clear of the hunchback of Notre Dame's family tree. You should always give people the benefit of the doubt. You can't judge a book by it's cover, but you can at least be wary of it's content. You don't have to impregnate 'the book' if the first chapter proves to be just as abominable as the first impression. I don't know what else this guy told him because I didn't understand any of that other British lingo besides 'bloke'. Hopefully it was along the lines of "if you date someone that doesn't need a costume on halloween and could potentially start on the Giants offensive line you run a much higher risk of being laughed off stage after getting your ass beat by Sloth from the 'Goonies". Society has taught us that it is never right to laugh at a person's physical or emotional pain...unless it's a guy that is deathly afraid of his baby mama.