Darius Jackson focuses on his attempts to repent and be saved by faith in the midst of ex Keke Palmers accusations of domestic violence and abuse.
Jackson shared a video of himself working out at a gym on Instagram on Thursday, captioning it, “There’s a LOT I can say but I’m not allowed to say it. And right now I don’t even want to say it. “
“I will say, however, that God is and always will be your greatest ally. I have placed my trust, patience, timing and entire life on him so that I can continue to get through the days,” Jackson wrote. “The Lord Jesus has been with me all the way and has strengthened me to the point where I continue to move forward and never look back.”
“Extremely blessed that we have repented and been baptized in the name of our Lord Jesus,” Jackson added. “But the work doesn’t end, there’s so much I need to do to be fulfilled. Saving myself was the first step.”
Jackson’s mail arrives just over a month after Palmer was granted temporary sole custody of their now nine-month-old son, Leo, and a temporary restraining order against her ex-boyfriend.
Court documents obtained by ET reveal that a Los Angeles Superior Court judge approved Palmer’s request for a temporary restraining order, ordering Jackson to remain 300 feet away from both Palmer and their son until further notice. The court also prohibited Jackson from having visitation rights with the child during this period.
The legal decision will follow Palmer alleged in her petition that she ended her relationship with Jackson in October 2023. The couple has been on and off since 2021.
According to the documents, filed on Nov. 7, Jackson arrived at Palmer’s home unannounced and demanded to see their son. When Palmer refused, tensions escalated, leading to an alleged physical altercation.
Palmer alleged in her filing that Jackson became aggressive, grabbed her by the neck and face, knocked her backward over a couch and stole her phone before fleeing the scene.
This incident is not the first time Palmer has accused Jackson of violent behavior. The actress detailed a previous incident in February 2022, where she claimed Jackson physically assaulted her after she became jealous of a bikini photo. Security footage of both incidents was submitted as part of Palmer’s legal plea.
The court has scheduled a hearing for December to determine whether the temporary restraining order will be made permanent.
Jackson has denied the allegations of abuse and domestic violence.
Shortly after Palmer’s legal filing made headlines, Jackson went to X (formerly Twitter) and posted a photo of himself holding his son. He wrote: ‘I love you son. See you soon.’
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