If Hollywood is looking for a drama-filled script based on a true story, they’ve got one right in their own backyard in actor Terrence Howard.
The actor – who’s starring in the new “Winnie Mandela” film with Jennifer Hudson and the “The Butler” with Oprah Winfrey – threatened suicide with an X-Acto blade and called himself ‘Satan’ during fight with estranged wife.
Michelle (Ghent) Howard, according to the NY Daily News, made the shocking claims in her new filing after a judge granted her a temporary restraining order last month following a nuclear dispute with the actor in Costa Rica in July.
Howard supposedly went loco on Michelle, his then-estranged wife, when a planned reconciliation ended with in a fight over phone numbers for six women found in his bag on April 23.
In her new sworn statement, she said Howard first denied any knowledge of the phone numbers when she confronted him during a trip to Toronto. He then flew into a rage when she called the women on speaker phone and “confirmed” his flirting, she said.
One of the women said she was only 17 years old, the new documents state.