Tommy Lee’s children traumatised, says babymother

July 14, 2020
Tommy Lee Sparta
Tommy Lee Sparta

Donna-Hue Anglin, who has two sons for popular dancehall artiste Tommy Lee Sparta, says the boys, ages 17 and 14, have been emotionally unstable as their dad is being constantly ripped away from them.

"They are around their father every day so their question is 'Mommy, where is daddy going?' Over the past months, him have his boys them just at home bonding with him and they just took him like that," said Anglin. "Their father is their role model, them everything, them love him gone to bed. They are very close to him and are always around him so it is like they are just taking him away from them all the time."

Anglin said that his most recent detention has been the most devastating.

"They were even with him the day they took him, couple minutes before he went in I talk to my younger son and he said mommy they taking daddy away now and me have to a tell him say everything will be all right, he will come back later," Anglin added

Become unbearable

She expressed that is has become unbearable that she always has to console her sons.

"Just imagine how hard it is for me to watch my children being sad. The big one is going into adult world now and seeing all of this happening to his father, it traumatise him," Anglin said. "I feel like I owe it to his kids to get some answers for them because they are always asking me why is police always coming for daddy and I don't have the answers to give them and it is just too much now. Them have him in lock-up for days now and every time him lawyer go down there, they are saying that the person who should come in and question him is not coming. I don't know why this is happening to him."

Tommy Lee Sparta's lawyer Ernest Smith expressed in an article in THE STAR last week that the artiste believes he is being unfairly targeted by law enforcers. This is the third time in four years that the entertainer has been listed as a person of interest.

A distraught Anglin says she doesn't know her babyfather as the villain he is being made out to be.

"For the years I know this guy he work on site, hotels, do anything to provide for his kids. But I don't know why people just think bad about him. His name is always calling in things we are not aware of. He is not a bad person," she said. "I'm in pain. My blood pressure is sky high. Now I have to be living at the doctor because if I hear something bad now, me a go deh pon me own a grow two boys."

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