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Jeremy Renner Responds To Ex-Wife’s Abuse Allegations after Divorce

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Jeremy Renner Updates: Jeremy Renner speaks out against the false claims of his ex-wife Sonny Pacheco, saying he does not want to respond to ‘nonsense’.

Jeremy Renner and his ex-wife, Sonny Pacheco, divorced almost seven years ago, but they still have some dramas to settle. In a recent interview with Men’s Health, Jeremy fought over the ex-couple’s chaotic custody, dismissing his former claims that he had abused himself, but kept the matter public.  I do not respond to nonsense in public or in person,  the 30-year-old told the store on Nov. 17.  It empowers it. If you respond to it, you give gas. I do not burn fuel. I do not. I refuse.

The ex-husband and wife have certainly experienced their ups and downs, the Avengers: DMZ reported on legal documents accusing Sony of the random actors. Jeremy’s ex-wife accuses him of plotting to commit suicide – Jeremy is said to have once visited Sonny’s house and told her he was going to kill her, and later said to himself,  Ava [better to have no parents than Sonny.] As a mother.

What Jeremy Renner Says About the Abuse Allegation?

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In addition to the shocking allegations, Sony also said that Jeremy has a history of drug abuse and verbal and emotional abuse. Hollywood Life approached Jerry’s representative for comment at the time, but no response was forthcoming.

Jeremy has denied all allegations, except to touch somewhat on the matter in a recent men’s health article.  The well-being of his daughter Ava has always been Jermaine’s primary focus,  Renner’s spokeswoman told TMZ.  It simply came to our notice then. It is important to note that the plays made in Sony’s Declaration are a one-sided account made with a specific goal in mind.

Sonni and Jeremy reportedly met in the year 2011 on the set of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. They were married in the year January 2014 but the two separated in December of that year, before the end of the year when Sony filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.