Melanie Brown: Stephen Belafonte is a Dangerous Porn Producer!

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Melanie Brown has filed documents in court that detail multiple reasons why her estranged husband ought NOT to be allowed near his daughter for the foreseeable future.

This action took place about one month after Brown and Stephen Belafonte ended their marriage, and three weeks after Brown made a handful of serious allegations against Belafonte.

Melanie Brown Smooches Stephen Belafonte

As previously reported, Brown claimed to a judge earlier this month that Belafonte shoved her to the ground and hit her in the face on multiple occasions.

Throughout the course of their 10-year marriage, Brown also says Belafonte secretly recorded threesomes between the couple and its nanny, using this footage as blackmail in case Brown ever thought about leaving him.

Moreover, Brown told friends to keep their mouths shut about this abuse out of fear Belafonte would murder her.

It's clearly an ugly situation all around.

And it just got even uglier.

On Monday morning, lawyers for the former Spice Girls member attempted to deny Belafonte the right to spend time with his five-year old daughter, Madison.

They argued that he’s a bad influence as a father because Belafonte is a part-time producer of pornography.

For real! According to Brown, that is.

Melanie Brown, Nanny

Melanie Brown and Stephen Belafonte pose here with Lorraine Gilles, the nanny who claims Brown often got her drunk and took advantage of her sexually.

Brown says there’s evidence on various computers owned by Belafonte that prove he has connections to the adult film industry; namely, papers that point to Belafonte renting spaces around Los Angeles to shoot NC-17 rated material.

There's also this charge:

Attorneys for the singer claim Belafonte is friends with a rapper nicknamed True Life, who stayed with them in the family home on at least one occasion.

True Life has served time in jail for manslaughter... yet Belafonte allowed him to sleep in Madison's bed (when she wasn't home).

Brown believes this is just one example of Belafonte making very poor decisions when it comes to his life and his child.

In the end - despite Brown’s lawyer saying new evidence was developing about Belafonte’s use of "assets for various illegal, nefarious activitie" - a Los Angeles Superior Court decreed that Belafonte could see his five-year-old daughter.

He set visitations at twice per week and ordered that they take place under professional supervision.

Mel B, Husband

Elsewhere in this sordid saga, Lorraine Gilles has filed a defamation lawsuit against Brown.

The nanny cited above claims Brown soiled her reputation in her declaration against Belafonte, in which Brown alleged Belafonte had gotten Gilles and used Brown's money to pay for an abortion.

Via her own legal documents, Gilles says Brown painted her as “a homewrecker, prostitute, and extortionist” and, in her lawsuit, Gilles depicts a very different set-up of her life with Brown and Belafonte.

Shortly after arriving from Germany in 2009, Gilles says Brown “seduced a naive and a curious 18-year-old foreign exchange student … with alcohol, fame, and casual sex."

She goes on to say every threesome was “consensual” and that she even developed a relationship with Brown apart from Belafonte.

Gillies believes photos such as the one below prove that she and Brown got along very, very, very well.

Lorraine Gilles

In her lawsuit, Gilles write that she eventually accepted Brown’s offer to work for her and Belafonte as their nanny.

She says her “sexual and employment relationship with Brown continued for approximately seven years.”

Completely contradicting Brown, Gilles says she rarely engaged in group sex with both halves of the couple - and that, when she did, it was only because Brown invited Belafonte to join in.

And then Brown herself went behind the camera and filmed the sessions.

Gilles - who admits to an abortion, but says it was not Belafonte's baby - is suing for libel, invasion of privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

She's seeking unspecified damages.

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