Mr. Harvey must be relieved. He now has the proof to repair his credibility after the allegations against him by ex-wife Mary Harvey are being dispelled by court documents.
Last month Mary Harvey posted a series of YouTube videos claiming Steve left her homeless, cheated throughout the marriage and took her son away from her (Steve is the primary custodian). According to Daily News, Judge Robert Dry “slammed” Mary for breaking the gag order and spreading false information. The gag order in the initial divorce settlement barred both parties from publicly discussing the failed marriage.
Judge Dry allowed the recent court documents to be released so Steve Harvey could prove his innocence. According to the documents, Mary Harvey was awarded three homes in the settlement, $40,000 a month through March 2009 and an additional 1.5 million dollars. Further, the ex-couple’s son Wynton was not taken away from her. In fact, she sent him on a plane to Steve without so much as a heads up. As for Mr. Harvey’s current wife Marjorie, the judge clarified, “she was not a part of the original divorce proceeding, nor was she a cause of the marital breakup.” The judge ordered Mary to take down her Youtube videos immediately. On March 10, Judge Dry will hold a hearing in regards to Mary violating the gag order.
Mary, Mary, Mary.
Did Mary not think she would end up in court? Mr. Harvey is writing books as a self-proclaimed relationship guru. His credibility (and the main thing- his money) was at stake here. Why would Mary go to such efforts to violate her gag order and then lie? There has to be some missing pieces to the puzzle, but looks like the public won’t be finding out anything else regarding the failed marriage of Mr. Harvey.
Now all the millions of women (2.2 to be factual) who purchased his first book and continue to take his word as gospel as they shuffle to buy the second, you ladies can rest easy. Your relationship guru’s credibility has been restored.