*Actor Darius McCrary has been accused of dislocating his 2-year-old daughter’s arm. He, of course is denying it.
The former “Family Matters” star is pointing his finger at his estranged wife, Tammy Brawner, who he says coached their daughter to fake the injury.
TMZ spoke to McCrary after Brawner filed docs claiming he dislocated little Zoey’s arm in March 2018 while attempting to take her to the bathroom. Zoey was reportedly diagnosed with Nursemaid’s Elbow … a common childhood injury where the child’s elbow partially dislocates.
Brawner believes the actor is to blame, but he says all that happened when he picked up Zoey at the time and she said, “Ow.” He acknowledges Tammy took Zoey to a hospital, but says he saw evidence she was fine … and revealed his conspiracy theory about his ex.
Speaking of Darius McCrary, here’s news about an upcoming play he’ll be starring in along with Jackee Harry.
Emmy award winner, and two time NAACP Image award winner, Jackee Harry, Film & TV star, Darius McCrary (“Family Matters” & the hit series, “Star”), Stage & TV star, Terrell Tifford ( “Single Ladies” & “Switched At Birth”) and actor Jay Hunter (“Tyler Perry’s “If Loving You Is Wrong” ) star in Don B. Welch’s hit stage play: “Walking By Faith,” Saturday October 27, 2018 at the historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre.
Written & Directed by Don B. Welch, the play takes the audience on a roller coaster ride of emotions, and the inner-working of an African-American church. In addition to the joyful gospel music, and comedy, Welch deals with topics usually “swept under the rug” but need to be examined in black churches.
“Walking By Faith “and not by sight requires you to go to a place you do not know, one that God will reveal as you walk in obedience. It requires a strong determination to follow God’s plan, regardless of what life throws your way, says Welch. “And I believe that we show this in various scenarios in the play.”
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