Terrence Howard weds again

John Lamparski/WireImageTerrence Howard attends 'The Best Man Holiday' screening at Chelsea Bow Tie Cinemas on November 11

John Lamparski/WireImageTerrence Howard attends 'The Best Man Holiday' screening at Chelsea Bow Tie Cinemas on November 11

Terrence Howard reportedly married a woman that he has known for less than a month. She apparently never researched the actor’s track record with women.

If she had, she would have found the allegations of abuse from at least two of his exes. And that Michelle Ghent, his third wife, has filed court documents in which she claims he owes $122,000 in back spousal support, according to Radar Online.

Readers might remember Ghent as the woman who got a restraining order against Howard after he allegedly beat her up and referred to himself as “Satan” who would “seek vengeance upon humanity for all the wrongs ever done to me!”FeaturesGossipMichelle Ghentspousal abuseTerrence Howard

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