Keke Palmer's ex Darius Jackson shares first response after she files for ... trends now
In her filing, the 30-year-old Nope star accused her ex of infliction physical and emotional abuse on her.
Palmer is also seeking full custody of their eight-month-old son Leodis. Along with her filing, she also shared shocking images from security camera footage that appeared to show Jackson physically assaulting her in their home.
In a post shared to X (formerly known as Twitter) on Thursday, Jackson posted a photo of himself holding Leodis in his arms while standing outside at night.
Despite his ex's dramatic new filing, Jackson opted not to respond to her restraining order filing or her request for custody.
Avoiding the subject: Darius Jackson responded Thursday night with a social post addressed to his eight-month-old son Leodis after his ex Keke Palmer filed for a restraining order and full custody
Restraining order: Palmer claims Jackson has been physically and emotionally abusive to her. RadarOnline reported Friday that she was granted a temporary restraining order and full custody for now; seen in April
'I love you, son. See you soon,' he simply captioned the photo, addressing it to Leodis.
While awaiting an order on her request, Palmer filed disturbing security camera footage that appeared to show Jackson manhandling her.
Stills from the footage showed him apparently grabbing at her as they stood by the stairs of their home, while other stills show him appearing to push her over the back of their couch while hitting her.
In court filings, Palmer said that Jackson 'body slammed [her] onto the stairs by my neck.'
That incident stemmed from Palmer showing Jackson a photo of her 'workout results' at a friend's party, sending him into a rage, the star alleges.
Palmer accused Jackson of abusing her as recently as November 5, stating that she has security footage to back up claims that he 'trespassed into my home without my knowledge or consent' and 'threatened' her before 'lunging for my neck, striking me, throwing me over the couch and stealing my phone.'
RadarOnline now reports that Palmer has been granted a temporary restraining order requiring him to stay at least 100 yards away from her and Leodis. She was also granted full custody for the time being.
Palmer will have the option to request a permanent order in a hearing scheduled for December 5.
MailOnline has reached out to Palmer's representatives for comment on this story.
In the judge's order, Jackson was given 24 hours to turn over all weapons in his possession, after Palmer claimed he had threatened to kill himself with a gun during their relationship.
In the restraining order request, which she filed in Los Angeles on Thursday, it was noted that the relationship — which began in 2021 — 'finally ended for good' early last month 'primarily due to the physical and emotional abuse inflicted.'
The Blast also reported that Palmer alleged there have been 'many instances of physical violence' with Jackson, including him 'hitting' her in front of their son.
Other incidents listed by Keke reportedly involved him 'destroying personal property, including diaries and prescription eyeglasses' as well as throwing Keke's 'belongings into the street.'
She also accused him of 'throwing my car keys to prevent me from driving away, spewing profanities about me to our son, threatening to kill himself with a gun if I left him, harassment, and other physical and emotional abuse.'
In her filing Keke also expressed being 'concerned for Leo's safety' due to prior incidents.
She claimed that on September 26, 2023 Darius became 'very frustrated with him when Leo was crying while Darius changed his diaper.'
She explained that her former partner 'started getting rough with Leo physically and I stepped in to make sure Darius would not hurt