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Mel B's Daughter Phoenix Talks About Her Mom's Brutal Marriage To Stephen Belafonte

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Dec. 1 2018, Published 11:09 p.m. ET

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Mel B's daughter Phoenix has opened up on her mom's toxic relationship with Stephen Belafonte.

Talking to You Magazine she told of the nightmare unfolding before her eyes.

The 19-year-old said: "There are things I can't forget. I was maybe 14 or 15. I was in my bedroom. I could hear them fighting.

"My mum came downstairs to the kitchen followed by Stephen. I looked through the crack halfway up the stairs – where I could just see the kitchen – to check if everything was OK, which it was, then returned to my room.

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"I heard more screaming and her shouting, "Stop, get off", and heard little thumps.

"I went to the stairs again and saw Stephen with his pants down and my mum pushed over the couch. I froze, but then I just went back to her room. This was my family life.'

Phoenix is the eldest of Mel B's three children and daughter of her first husband, dancer Jimmy Gulzar.

Sadly, she also tells how she was called out of school in 2014 and driven to a hospital where her mother was recovering after an overdose.

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"I know she was going through hell but I never thought she'd think of leaving us," says Phoenix.

In her memoir 'Brutally Honest' Spice Girl Mel B details years of abuse that she alleges she suffered before her ten-year marriage to Belafonte ended in divorce.

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