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December 6, 2022

Allegations Against KPMG Exec Make Him a Contender for Worst Boyfriend of the Year

Quoting our tipster, "Wow. Just wow." The New York Post has the scoop:

A TV meteorologist claims her millionaire ex-boyfriend forced her to abort their baby — and choked her while she was recovering from the procedure, Manhattan court papers show.
 
“I will kill you and our unborn child if you don’t have an abortion. I will run away to China after I kill you,” Stephen Jones, 48, told Roxanna Haynes, 30, this month, according to prosecutors.
 
Jones, the $6 million-a-year head of the KPMG auditing firm’s Global Strategy Group, then marched Haynes — a Verizon FIOS 1 meteorologist and former Fox and CBS reporter — to a doctor’s office to abort their fetus even though she wanted to have the baby, authorities said.
 
About a week later, Jones wrapped his hands around Haynes’ neck during an argument “and forcefully squeezed it, causing her to have trouble breathing and redness to her neck,” a criminal complaint says.
 
Jones told police he didn’t do anything wrong, saying Haynes “was just hysterical. I was trying to push her off of me,” the papers state.
Yeesh. Try a hug, bro.
 
[NYP]

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