Mel B and ex Stephen Belafonte had furious sex and burning fights


Former Spice Girl Mel B and her husband, Stephen Belafonte, had heated fights and a furious sex life, sources tell a New York Post.

Friends were repelled when Mel filed a confining order alleging that Belafonte kick and abused her and forced her into threesomes with “random women.” One crony told us, “Forced into threesomes for 9 years? She was totally participating on her possess giveaway will. She’s really passionate herself and likes girls.He’s supersexual and will b..g anything.”

Mel also claims in a confining order that Belafonte assimilated their German nanny Lorraine Gilles while they were married and demanded she have an abortion.

The source continued of Mel and Belafonte, “They would get into fights, though we suspicion they’d stay together . . . They were always into any other like an addiction.” Belafonte became a authorization owners in a West Hollywood, Calif., grill Serafina Sunset, and a source said, “They would retard off a room upstairs and have these heated fights and screaming matches while business were in a restaurant.”

Serafina reps didn’t comment.

Sharon Osbourne suggested on Friday that Belafonte kick Mel so badly 3 years ago when they were filming a TV uncover that she was hospitalized. “She came behind for a final day and she had a black eye and bruising everywhere.”

On Friday, lawyers for Mel B, who filed for divorce final month, went to justice to forestall Belafonte from releasing any sex tapes or intimately pithy photos of her. TMZ reported that Belafonte regularly threatened to recover a sex tapes in an try to control her. The site also claims he has taken all of her Spice Girls memorabilia, along with a sex tapes, and dark it all in a tip LA storage locker.

Reps for Mel B and Belafonte did not comment. But Belafonte pronounced progressing this week, “I’m repelled during those allegations . . . we consider someone’s set me adult to demeanour like a bad man . . . It’s indictment after accusation. But we’ll have a day in justice . . . We were friends dual weeks ago. And now, all of a sudden, a group gets around and now it’s got to be this.”

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