Evelyn Lozada Speaks “Domestic Violence is Not Okay”

Evelyn Lozada has spoken for the first time since the arrest of her husband, Chad Johnson for a domestic incident towards her. She said, “I am deeply disappointed that Chad has failed to take responsibility for his actions and made false accusations against me. It is my sincere hope that he seeks the help he needs to overcome his troubles. Domestic violence is not okay and hopefully my taking a stand will help encourage other women to break their silence as well.”This is not the first time Johnson has been arrested for domestic violence. In 2000 at just 22, he was accused of slapping his girlfriend at the time after accusing her of cheating on him. And now a woman,  Beverly Shiner has come forward and claims she has been cheating with Johnson for months, the same time he was planning a wedding with Lozada.

“I Googled him before we met and saw he was engaged, but at the time there were reports that she had broken it off because she thought he was cheating, so I assumed they had split up,” she told Radar.

“When he was at the Super Bowl (on February 5) in Indianapolis, he was texting me and saying he was missed me,” she confessed, even though Evelyn was at the big game with him along with his children.

After the Patriots lost to the New York Giants and Chad’s season — and ultimately his career with the team — was over, he went back to Miami to live with Lozada, and even though Beverly didn’t see him for another month, she claims he continued to text and say how much he wanted to be with her.

“We would get together when he was in back up in Boston,” she said, explaining how she would follow socialmedia fanatic Evelyn on Twitter to find out when she was in and out of town.

“She eventually blocked me after she read a reply I tweeted to (Basketball Wives costar) Kenya Bell after they had had fight over kitten heels, I said Evelyn was trashy and I couldn’t believe ‘he was marrying that.'”

On a sad note, Lozada’s brother-in-law passed, Anthony, 43 away on Monday. He was married to her sister, Sylvia for more than 10 years and had two children together.”Anthony was an amazing husband, father, and brother-in-law. He will be dearly missed.”