UFC fighter Mike Perry has made a statement to an expected media story of his ex-wife claiming he was a Reformed character and denying that he molested her, while admitting that his past did not “put him in the best light” have.

Women’s therapy attorney Danielle Nickerson announced that she had “kept quiet” about her long relationship with Perry in July, and the welterweight division appeared to have heard that his ex-spouse would go public when he made a statement with the Target issued to “address the here and now”.

Perry, who briefly married Nickerson in late 2019 and went snowboarding with her earlier this year, was the subject of a restraining order from his former flame, who was denied the order after authorities investigated written statements she said he threatened her with Violence.

“I noticed a media organization posting a story related to a previous issue with my ex-wife,” Perry told his Twitter following of nearly 132,000.

“First and foremost, at no point in our short-term marriage have I laid my hands on my ex.

“Second, I’ve already admitted having a problem with alcohol, and I was part of an intense rehab program that not only addressed that, but also helped me manage anger.

“After completing the course, I realized that I had said a few things in the past that did not show me and what I stand for in the best light, and I apologize for that.

“I’m in a loving relationship now that I look forward to welcoming my firstborn. I hope my ex can move on and find peace as I did.”

Perry’s friend and Cornerman, Latory Gonzalez, announced that she was pregnant with a boy the day before Nickerson made a promise to be “brave” about her experience with the fighter.

“What happened is wrong,” she added, before promoting a counseling service on her Instagram profile and opening a new account as a “safe place for women”. “It’s never acceptable. It still happens to others every day.”

Around the same time Perry was making his testimony, Nickerson posted a series of self-help pictures on social media, cryptically declaring that “some people are really crazy and it is not our job to cure them”.

Another graphic she published read, “Don’t be ashamed of your story. It will inspire others.”

“For a while now, some things have been heavy in my heart,” she added in a post. “I had to learn extreme patience throughout the process.”

Perry is slated to face Robbie Lawler at UFC 255 in November, ending a controversial year that bottomed out when he was filmed knocking an elderly man to the ground in a furious argument at a Texas restaurant in front of a shocking-looking Gonzalez .

Revisiting the scandal earlier this month, he stated, “When I got into this incident at the Texas bar, there were several reasons I kept calling these white men the N-word.

“You called the black waiter in the restaurant the hard R-word that evening [retard] each other at the table like the cowards they are.

“I figured that racist white men in Texas would find it very disrespectful to be called a word they secretly use with such hatred.

When I got into this incident at the bar in Texas, there were several reasons I kept calling these white men the n-word. . . I’ll explain this because of the @ DaveChappelle video that I posted on my insta story ….

– Platinum Mike Perry (@PlatinumPerry) October 10, 2020

They had called the black waiter in the restaurant the hard R-word to each other at the table that night like the cowards they are … I too thought racist white men from Texas would find it very disrespectful to be mentioned they use secretly with such hatred

– Platinum Mike Perry (@PlatinumPerry) October 10, 2020

I use my freedom of speech to get people to touch me because if you touch me I will defend myself. I have nothing better to do. I tweet and wait for the fight. I show up every time. They just tweet and tweet. No belief or consequence. I don’t want to be liked. #KillinAnChillin

– Platinum Mike Perry (@PlatinumPerry) October 10, 2020

“I use my freedom of speech to get people to touch me because if you touch me I’ll defend myself.

“I have nothing better to do. I tweet and wait for the fight. I show up every time.

“They all just tweet and tweet. No belief or consequence. I don’t want to be liked.

“Actually, the only people I’m cool with are the ones who talk me in the face. Me and my friends are really mean to each other.”



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