Wild-N-Out Comedian Claims He Was Abused By Wife, Seen Crying On Camera
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Wild-N-Out Comedian Claims He Was Abused By Wife, Seen Crying On Camera

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Wild-N-Out comedian Billy Sorrells is claiming his wife, Courtney Sorrells, almost killed him, and filmed a video of him crying for help.

As first reported on Dior Wall Street, Billy is seen asking for his phone back from his upset wife inside what appears to be their garage. She demanded her computer back. Seeing Billy record her on the second device, Courtney decided to place her husband in a chokehold. Billy can be heard begging his wife to stop.

“Stop, stop…you’re hurting me, you’re hurting me,” Billy cried.

The Instagram post reported that Billy called the police on his wife seven times. Every time he did, she would walk away. According to the source, that is the reason why she took his phone away.

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When police did arrive, Billy said Courtney acted like she was the victim. Despite calling the police on claims of domestic violence, Courtney was not arrested nor was there was a filed order of protection.

Billy claimed that he posted the video of his wife assaulting him to prove his innocence, saying that if she retaliated and falsely claimed abuse, “I would have been fired and cancelled  and it would have been on 19 blogs sites.”

 

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Billy took several pictures from the incident, including a pictures of his filed police report and a selfie claiming his head was injured.The photo shows a man in distress. His permed hair is wild and moistened by what appears to be a combination of blood, sweat, and tears.

Since the incident took place, Billy has discussed it on a 14-minute video on his Instagram. Billy’s comment to accompany the video–“Healing.”

If you or a loved one is experiencing domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or (TTY) 1-800-787-3224. 


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