Albert Haynesworth’s ex-girlfriend Brittany Jackson ‘humiliated’ by accusations
Brittany Jackson, a former Tennessee basketball player who dated Albert Haynesworth, was accused by the ex-NFL star this week of racial and physical abuse. On Friday, Jackson denied the allegations and said she is “humiliated” by the things Haynesworth said.
Jackson, who dated Haynesworth for years and has a son with him, said she cannot comment on the domestic violence allegations but was particularly hurt by Albert saying she is racist.
“I am saddened and humiliated by the accusations just made by Albert about myself, the mother of our beautiful child,” Jackson told TMZ Sports. “Accusations of me being racially biased are absurd. Come on Albert, we lived together for over two years and have a beautiful biracial baby that I love more than anything in this world!
“As for the domestic accusations, I can not comment at this time due to current litigation but the truth will always surface.”
In a series of tweets he sent on Wednesday, Haynesworth accused Jackson of physically assaulting him on numerous occasions and calling him the N-word. TMZ uncovered multiple incidents involving police from when Haynesworth and Jackson were dating, one of which was an argument over Haynesworth’s alleged cheating. Haynesworth told police Jackson was berating him in front of the couple’s 3-year-old son, though both denied getting physical with the other and no arrests were made.
“This is a very difficult time for me and our child,” Jackson said Friday. “Shockingly enough finding out I am the mother of Albert’s seventh child, I do not feel I need to stoop to make public his true conduct.”
Haynesworth sent another tweet on Thursday night about how much he loves women, though it made very little sense.
Both Haynesworth and Jackson have had numerous run-ins with the law. Most notably, Haynesworth was accused of sexually assaulting a server at a hotel restaurant while he was playing for the Washington Redskins. Jackson was arrested on aggravated assault charges in 2010 for punching a woman.