Sharon is not backing down! She gave RadarOnline a statement saying she “feared” for her daughter’s life while accusing Darius Daulton of illegally recording her without her consent.
Sharon Palmer addressed the conversation posted — and quickly deleted — by TMZ, teasing, “You should ask them for the entire tape.”
“You will hear him being told to leave several times,” Sharon told RadarOnline.com about the deleted phone call, claiming, “The point where I am cussing came in after 2 mins of him refusing to leave.”
Keke’s mom also alleged that he was “recording me illegally,” pointing out that “California is a consent state” while alleging that Jackson “does not care about the law” and “most abuser (sic) don’t care about the law.”
Sharon insisted that Jackson “would not leave” Keke’s home and “was not invited in.” She ended her statement by telling RadarOnline.com, “I feared for her life.”
Darius Jackson has denied all abuse claims. pic.twitter.com/bMquSdyKDD
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California requires that all parties involved in a conversation must give their consent before a phone call or conversation can be recorded.
Recording a conversation without the consent of all parties can lead to legal consequences under California’s privacy laws, which could include civil damages and potentially criminal penalties.
There are some exceptions to this law, such as when a person does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the conversation, or when recording is necessary for certain lawful purposes.
As reported, the Nope actress was granted a temporary restraining order from Jackson over the alleged incident on November 5. She was also given sole custody of their son.