Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson have decided to drop their domestic violence cases against each other. They were originally scheduled to appear in court on July 16, 2024, but that hearing is no longer on the docket.

Palmer had initially filed her lawsuit in 2023, detailing alleged abuse with testimony, pictures, and footage. She claimed Jackson trespassed into her home on November 5, threatened her, attacked her physically, and stole her phone. As a result, a temporary restraining order was granted to her, and she received sole custody of their son, Leodis “Leo” Adrellton.

The following month, Jackson responded with a counter-lawsuit, accusing Palmer of physical and verbal abuse throughout their relationship. They were given time for mediation with a private judge in January of this year, delaying their court date.

Palmer recently shared on Instagram that her 2024 has been off to a great start. “I have never been so happy in my life!!” she wrote, sharing a photo from her vacation. “Already 2024 has started off on the vibes I was looking for, more experiences and more enjoying what this beautiful world has to offer.”

With the court date now removed from the calendar, the status of the restraining order remains unclear. Palmer seems optimistic about the future, as seen from her social media updates.

Related Posts