Deelishis denies jumping out of window

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    What really happened to land Deelishis in two casts recently? According to her, it’s not what you think.

    It was reported that Deelishis had jumped from a window to escape her estranged husband, Orlando Gordon, who had supposedly burst into their home and struck her in the face early Sunday morning.

    According to court documents filed in Detroit, Orlando smashed through the front door around 4:20 a.m. and found Deelishis sleeping in her daughter’s room. After he hit her, she ran to her room, where comedian Michael Blackson was supposedly sleeping. Court papers state that Orlando chased Michael before busting him in the face and turning back to get his hands on Deelishis again. As he tried to enter the bedroom, she supposedly jumped out of the window.

    While Deelishis has not denied that there was a domestic situation, she put up a message on Instagram denying that she was sleeping with Michael and claiming that she did not actually escape through a window.

    Deelishis claims that the accident actually occurred while she was rehearsing for her new forthcoming action flick, The Ultimatum.

    “DONT ‘OWE’ ANYBODY SH*T, ESPECIALLY NOT ANY EXPLANATIONS,” Deelishis wrote. “STOP JUST REPORTING ANYTHING YOU HEAR! I HAD A LITTLE ACCIDENT YOU F*CKER, IT HAPPENS IM GOOD.”

    She added, “IM NOT SUPERWOMAN LEAPING FROM TALL BUILDINGS AND FOR THE LIFE OF ME I AM NOTTTTTTTTTTTTT SCREWING DATING SUCKING F*CKING LICKING TRICKING ANYTHING CLOSE TO THAT WITH @therealmichaelblackson?”

    Deelishis then continued her statement on Twitter, where she again denied being in a new relationship.”SOMETHINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNSAID LIKE THE DETAILS OF MY SLIP & FALL ACCIDENT,” Deelishis tweeted. “HOWEVER WHO I AM DATING I DON’T MIND Y’ALL KNOWING…IT’S NOBODY.”

    Yesterday she dropped by Detroit’s Hot 107.5 to again refute claims that she was hurt in the incident with Orlando. And she questioned why some were making light of the alleged incident.

    “When something happens to a White artist–whether it’s a vixen, an actor, a singer, a dancer–they rally around even the craziest of entertainers,” said Deelishis, musing that the Black community does not show the same level of support to its celebrities. “When something happens to a Black singer, rapper, dancer, vixen, model, it’s like you take it as a joke. What if this really happened?”

    She continued, asking, “Is that funny? Is that something that you joke about?”

    But the jokes didn’t end there as someone compared her to Rihanna, who had once been brutally beaten by her on-again boyfriend Chris Brown in a pre-Grammy beating back in 2009. When photos of Deelishis’ casts surfaced online, someone said the “Flavor Of Love” star now had something in common with the “Diamonds” singer.

    “I got very angry when somebody tweeted me and said, ‘Now you know how Rihanna feels. You’re identical to her,’” Deelishis said, explaining why Rihanna waited so long to speak out on her fight. “It’s embarrassing. You don’t want to be known as the person who is beaten or has been subjected to domestic violence.”

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