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Reports Indicate Singer Usher Neglected His 11-Year-Old Stepson Who Recently Died

August 4. 2012

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Reports in the entertainment industry this week continue to indicate what the Judiciary Report stated all along, Tameka Foster, the ex-wife of R&B singer, Usher Raymond, is bitter towards him over the death of her 11-year-old son, Kile Glover. The young boy sustained a terrible traumatic brain injury due to a jet ski accident in Georgia, was pronounced brain dead and removed from life support. 

Tameka Raymond (wearing a Kabbalah bracelet) and Kile Glover

Foster feels Usher brought bad into her life. She also believes he neglected her sons, his stepchildren, when their relationship soured. Their marriage ended in an acrimonious divorce after two years. However, Raymond's position is Foster was engaging in threats and acts of violence against him and others in his life, which drove him away from her family. It's such a sad situation.

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