If you're a fan of Eminem's music, then you're likely aware of his tumultuous relationship with his baby mama, Kim.
Kim and Em's daughter Hailie Jade Mathers is in college these days, but the rapper has also taken on the responsibility of supporting two adopted daughters: 11-year-old Whitney, who is Kim's daughter from a different relationship 11, and 20-year-old Alaina, the daughter of Kim's sister, Dawn Scott.
It might seem that Em's generosity and concern for his extended family knows no bounds, but while the wildly wealthy emcee is happy to help young people in need, it seems he draws the line at supporting their struggling parents.
In a new interview with Radar Online, Dawn Scott reveals that she is homeless, and her repeated pleas for help have been ignored by both Kim and Eminem (real name: Marshall Mathers).
“I have a millionaire brother-in-law and a sister with money up the ass, but they’re refusing to give me any help,” Scott says. “It’s a betrayal. He’s been part of our family since he was 15!”
Shockingly, Scott also says Eminem was often physically abusive to both her and her sister:
“He hit my sister on-and-off,” Scott claims. “One time he did it in front of me, and I started choking him. He called his security, but they refused to intervene.”
Scott also revealed what she says is the reason for Marshall and Kim divorcing just three months after their second marriage:
“Three days after they remarried, Kim went over to their other house to surprise him. But Kim’s the one who got surprised, because Marshall was fooling around with his life coach!”
While Scott clearly has no problem spilling the tea on her famous brother-in-law, she says that these days, her primary concern these days is getting off the street and rekindling her relationship with her estranged daughter.
“One night I called my sister and told her I had nowhere to go, ”Scott says. “She said, ‘That’s not my problem. Don’t bother me,’ and hung up.”
She also says Em promised that she would be permitted to speak with her daughter on a regular basis, but thus far, he's "never allowed" her to do so.