Eminem goes to Court to shut Kim up (Det News)

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George Hunter / The Detroit News

Talking trash?

Some of the harshest things Kim Mathers said about her ex-husband came in a Feb. 16 interview on WKQI-FM’s (95.5) “Mojo in the Morning” show.

“I can’t stand him. He’s an absolutely horrible person, and he gets worse every day. I vomit in my mouth whenever I’m around him or I hear his name. There’s nothing left in me for him. Nothing at all.”

“He’s not very well-endowed. If you’re going to have sex with Marshall, make sure you have a little blue pill, because otherwise it does not work.”

“Since he left the house in February (2006), I don’t know what he’s doing. His visits are few and far between, and when he does come around it’s nothing positive.”

Eminem was “always yelling and complaining about something,” when he was around the children, Kim Mathers said, adding that their daughter regularly asks, “Why’s Dad acting so weird?”

MOUNT CLEMENS — Eminem is taking his ex-wife to court to force her to stop talking trash about him.

The rap superstar, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, is scheduled to appear in Macomb Circuit Court on Monday after filing a motion intended to prevent ex-wife Kim Mathers from disparaging him in ways that he believes could harm their 11-year-old daughter, Hailie.

The motion seeks to prohibit Kim Mathers from making “derogatory, disparaging, inflammatory and otherwise negative comments” about him in public, because, the motion claims, her comments would harm Hailie.

Kim Mathers, who lives in Macomb Township, has recently granted television and radio interviews in which she has claimed Eminem is “slacking very much when it comes to the kids” and that there is “nothing positive” between Eminem and his daughter, according to the motion, filed last week.

“Complicating the situation for the child is the fact that her father is an internationally known public figure,” the motion reads. “It is simply impossible for her to be shielded from the kind of media campaign currently being waged by (Kim) against (Eminem) …

“For girls in the 11 to 14 age range, personal embarrassment is one of their most powerful and painful emotions,” the motion said. “If by some chance the child missed a particularly pungent insult about her father by her mother, it is all but certain that her friends and her friends parents are aware of it and that it will be shared with her.

“This Court must enter an order to protect the child from further harm by requiring that (Kim) desist from any further behavior likely to expose the minor child to humiliation and hostility,” the court document said.

Attorneys for Eminem and Kim Mathers could not be reached for comment Thursday.

Eminem divorced his wife for the second time in December. The couple agreed in an out-of-court settlement to share custody of Hailie.

The couple also adopted Kim’s niece Alaina, 12. Kim also has a daughter, Whitney, 3, from another relationship.

Eminem once wrote a song called “Kim,” in which he raps about a husband who puts his baby to bed, then kidnaps and murders his wife.

In February, Kim Mathers fired back in an interview with WKQI-FM’s (95.5) “Mojo in the Morning” show. She said the interview was her chance to speak up in defense of the many negative things her ex-husband has said about her in his records.

“I can’t stand him,” she said. “He’s an absolutely horrible person, and he gets worse every day. I vomit in my mouth whenever I’m around him or I hear his name. There’s nothing left in me for him. Nothing at all.”

In the interview, she also said sex with her twice ex-husband was “bad,” and added “he’s not very well-endowed.” She also said: “If you’re going to have sex with Marshall, make sure you have a little blue pill, because otherwise it does not work.”

Kim Mathers also said in the interview, “Since he left the house in February (2006), I don’t know what he’s doing. His visits are few and far between, and when he does come around it’s nothing positive.”

She also said Eminem was “always yelling and complaining about something,” when he was around the children, and said their daughter regularly asks, “Why’s Dad acting so weird?”

The couple was first married in 1999 and divorced several years later. They were remarried in January 2006. Eminem filed for a second divorce in April 2006.

You can reach George Hunter at (586) 468-7396 or ghunter@detnews.com.

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