Tyrese says ex-wife’s ‘false’ domestic abuse claims ruined his career

Tyrese Gibson blames his ex-wife’s domestic abuse allegations for killing his career.

The “Fast and Furious” franchise star stated he used to make $180,000 per month, but over the past year that number has dwindled to $51,000, according to court documents obtained by Page Six via The Blast. Tyrese claims that ever since Norma Gibson filed “false domestic abuse allegations” against him, he hasn’t been able to find steady work in the entertainment field.

Tyrese also claims his income solely comes from appearances, residuals and royalties, which has caused him to “deplete his savings significantly” in order to pay monthly expenses, including the $10,853 he pays each month in child support to Norma for their daughter Shayla.

He also claims he only has $130,000 left in cash after spending $200,000 fighting against his ex-wife’s “false and baseless domestic abuse allegations.”

He’s trying to avoid having to pay Norma’s legal fees.

The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services ultimately dropped its investigation into Tyrese last fall. A judge also denied Norma’s request for a restraining order against her ex-husband, finding no evidence of harassment.

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