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Sheree Whitfield’s Ex-Husband Admits To Abusing Her: ‘I Didn’t Choke You Hard Enough!’

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Sheree Whitfield’s ex-husband Bob is trying to win her back, but his history of physical abuse could destroy his chances. In a shocking Real Housewives of Atlanta sneak peek, he admitted to choking Sheree.

“After we split, we went to Las Vegas,” Bob began. “I was driving and she fell asleep and I was like, ‘It would be easy for me to take the seat belt off and hit the breaks so she could fly right through the window.’”

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When co-stars Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks appeared shocked by his claims, he defended that he “never hit her.”

“I don’t do that,” he said, as Sheree shot him a look. “Have I ever physically touched you? Have I ever smacked you? Choked you? Have I ever choked you? I might have forgotten.”

When Sheree said, “You have,” he responded, “Could you still breathe? I don’t remember choking her, but if I did I’m sorry. Cause maybe I didn’t choke you hard enough.”

Bob Whitfield

Sheree was brought to tears by his comment, as she compared him to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

“The funny one, he’s nice I like him, but there’s two sides,” she said. “There is a bad side, a dark side, a frightening side to Bob.”

Sheree, who tied the knot with Bob in 2000 before splitting in 2007, has been entertaining the idea of getting back together with her ex.

In previous seasons, the two have fought over child support.

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