Investigation clears Eminem of domestic violence charges (Macomb Daily)

I decided to publish this story, since it is spreading on the net, although I find it a little bit ridiculous.
I think that this story has probably been exaggerated, given the circumstances. I am a parent too and I sometimes exchange words with my kids too LMAO!
My point is: let Em raise his kids!

By Jameson Cook
Macomb Daily Staff Writer
Eminem was investigated by police for domestic violence for poking his niece in the head with his finger, and threatened to kill the girl at estranged wife Kim Mathers’ house in Macomb Township.
No charges were levied against Marshall Mathers for the Sept. 24 incident in which the rap superstar went to the home because he was angry at the 13-year-old girl, who is under his guardianship, for hanging up the telephone on him, according to police reports from the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office.
Eminem, 33, who is the midst of divorce proceedings with Kim Mathers, yelled, “I’ll kill you,” and took the girl’s cell phone as he left the home about 2:15 p.m. that Sunday. Eminem also made a reference to Kim Mathers while scolding the girl.
“Don’t you ever hang up on me again,” the girl quotes her uncle saying, in a written statement to police. “The next time you do you won’t have anything at my house and will never see me again. And you wanna know the reason I left your aunt was because she had hung up on me.”
Investigators from Macomb County Sheriff’s Office and county Prosecutor’s Office agreed that Eminem’s actions did not necessitate an arrest warrant for misdemeanor domestic violence.
“There were no injuries and nothing to give an indication of a domestic assault,” Macomb County Sheriff Mark Hackel said. “We don’t think there was any intent to hurt her.”
James Langtry, chief of operations at the prosecutor’s office, said Marshall Mathers did not receive any special consideration due to his celebrity.
“We treated it as any other criminal allegation brought to us,” Langtry said. “There was insufficient evidence to warrant any criminal charges.”
The girl says in the report that Eminem “was poking me in the head” and moments later raised his hand “as if he was going to hit me.”
Eminem told police he “tapped her on the side of her head with this finger because she was not paying attention to what he was saying,” said a report written by sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Larry King.
Eminem on April 5 filed for divorce from Kim Mathers, 31, after less than three months of their second marriage. The two did not reach a settlement in the divorce case in a conference at Macomb County Circuit Court in September. The case has been sent to a mediator, and a trial date is scheduled for Dec. 19.
His 13-year-old niece, a daughter of Kim Mathers’ sister, has been in the custody of Marshall and Kim, living with them at their prior address on Westchester Drive in Clinton Township.
Eminem’s publicist, Dennis Dennehy, released a statement Friday night: “After an independent investigation by the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office and a review by the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office, both have decided that the basis for the complaint was without merit, and the prosecutor has declined to issue any charges. Anybody who is remotely familiar with Marshall’s life knows he is a caring and loving guardian of his niece.”
Eminem is believed to be living in Oakland County but still lists his address at the Clinton Township residence, according to the police report.
Besides the teenage girl, at the home at the time of the incident was Kim Mathers’ mother, Kathleen Sluck, 50, who lists addresses in both Ray Township and at her daughter’s residence in Macomb, and Kim Mathers’ youngest daughter age 4 or 5, fathered by another man.
Both Sluck and his niece say in their written statements that Eminem made the life threatening statement as he left.
Kim Mathers was driving home at the time of the incident and called police after being told about the incident.
Precipitating the incident was Eminem talking to his niece by phone about “her school clothing,” Eminem told police. She “didn’t like what she heard” and began “speaking over” Eminem before she hung up on him, Eminem told police.
Eminem told police he tried calling her back several times and tried calling Kim Mathers but got no answers. He said he went to the home “to make sure everything was OK over there,” the report said.
Eminem entered the home without knocking or ringing the doorbell and went to the computer area, where his niece was at the computer and Kim Mathers’ other daughter was on an adjacent bed. The 13-year-old put the younger girl on her lap.
Eminem told his niece, “You know she’s saving your butt right now,” the girl said in her statement.
He also accused her of being “selfish” and trying to break up him and Kim Mathers.
“You have always tried to separate me and your aunt. Always,” the girl quotes Eminem as saying. “You take everything for granted at home. I’m signing shoes for charity doing this and that, and you’re just a selfish kid.”
Eminem took her cell phone, but it has been returned to her through an attorney and police.

14 thoughts on “Investigation clears Eminem of domestic violence charges (Macomb Daily)”

  1. WTF …
    Can’t believe Em threatened the girl to kill her and twit her because him and Kim breaking up.
    What a bullshit.
    Greetings, Nathalie

  2. Nathalie,
    I really believe this is some bullshit news…what does the police have to do with private family matters? you know, i have two kids too and i sometimes happen to lose my temper…if they should call the police each time i said sth i didn’t mean to one of my kids out of anger, the police would come very often to my house lol
    besides that, i am asking myself about who called the police and who this public scandal benefits to?
    Bad press for Em might serve other purposes…what do ya all think?

  3. Mon dieu, c quoi ses conneries? Bientôt y va les tuer!! pfff quand on connaît un peu Em ( ce qui n’est apparemment pas leur cas), on sait très bien qu’il aime “ses” filles plus que tout au monde et qu’il est strictement impossible qu’il leur fasse du mal. Il a bien le droit de les gronder: il est parent donc sa s’appelle l’éducation. Apparemment la police américaine ne sait pas vraiment ce que c’est!!!!

  4. ce n’est pas la faute des keufs cette fois…g l’impression qu’il y a manipulation pour que Kim gagne le divorce (elle a appelé les keufs)…et puis ce genre de problèmes quel parent n’a pas connu ça avec ses ados?

  5. if you read it, Isa, Kim called the police. SO it is very likely that it is not fake as the police have a duty to investigate all calls no matter what. that is so they don’t get sued.

  6. I know that she called the police…
    I never implied that the story was fake, but maybe the media made it bigger than it actually was…
    well, my opinion is that this thing should have been kept private in the Mathers family…it is none of the public’s business.

  7. I think the media makes more out of the issue than it really is…and what really happened…
    Come on people…he’s been raising that little girl, since a very young age…why would he threaten her or want to hurt her…he loves her as his own…
    I punish my kids…you have too!!! trust me…no kid likes to hear the word no!!! i know from experience!!!

  8. This was nothing but a self-serving ploy on the part of Kim and her mom. Lainie sounds spoiled. Em sounds like he needs parenting skills and should stop using “you” messages.

  9. you is my idole you is cool j écote too music you is cool. bye thanck you too music .i love music the eminem the lysa your faine

  10. no offense, but what language is this supposed to be? please write in an understandable English when you post a comment!

  11. dear eminem fans,
    this news was a shock for me too
    but c’mon
    cops should be doing better things than investigating someone who took away a girl’s phone and tapped the other on the head.
    i agree threatning to kill her was out of line.
    but some people can’t handle their temper and say stupid things.
    i still really love eminem.
    despite this investigation

  12. I wonder what is true and false. I know when my parents were divorcing they used to try to tell me and my siblings what to say about the other parent, I’m a fan of Em’s and I can see him having a temper but I can’t really see him threatening to kill her or accusing her of ruining his marriage, I mean he raised her all her life so i’d think he’d treat her as he would if she were his blood daughter

  13. I’m amazed by the comments. All of this… is nothing. The guy thought a 13 year-old girl dressed inappropriately at school, told her she has been given a lot, that he’s signing stuff for charity (you know, to help people who are less fortunate), and basically, that she’s spoiled. And maybe the kid plays both sides (both aunt and uncle). That’s what kids do to get their way. Also, putting the younger kid on the lap and him saying, “she’s saving your ass right now” is nothing. That means, he isn’t going to lose her temper. My parents were worse than this, the cops came to my house, and never did anything.
    For finger poking. Hilarious. The fact that this kid and anyone else thinks this is domestic violence shows just how spoiled the kid is.

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