Is it that hard to believe Evelyn Lozada is a victim of domestic violence?

Today I have read stories and watched sport shows discuss the Chad Johnson/Evelyn Lozada domestic violence incident. Johnson has been dropped by the Miami Dolphins and VH1 has announced that the reality show that featured both Johnson and Lozado has been shelved. but what is most disturbing is how so many people can not believe that Lozada is actually a victim. Lozada one of the stars of basketball Wives has been seen throwing bottles at her enemies and in on one case jumping across a table in hot pursuit of another victim. She has been an aggressive sometime violent bully on the show, but does that mean that she can not be victimized? I read a headline on The Grio website that read “Chad Johnson’s family heartbroken over Dolphins split, Lozada incident”. It leaves the reader wondering are they more heartbroken over Johnson’s loss of livilihood or loss of love? Right now we don’t know all the details, but it seems that some people can not picture this reality bully as a victim? Sadly, her reputation precedes her and for some people that’s enough to make them say “wonder what she did for him to head butt her?” What do you think? Can a bully be a victim?

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  • D'Urville  On August 13, 2012 at 11:29 pm

    He said she head butted him….

  • PJ2012  On August 14, 2012 at 12:20 am

    I guess she picked the wrong one.
    He shouldn’t have hit her. No man should ever hit a woman. Just walk away, he was the one with the dough. What an idiot!

  • FreePlax  On August 14, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    If a man did what Evelyn has done in the past nobody would give him the benefit of the doubt, why because he is known to be violent. Evelyn is known to be violent, we know she will assualt someone and ask question’s later. Why is it so bad to want to wait for more facts to emerge before we assume this was all Chads fault.

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