UFC CEO Dana White controversially attacked wife at club
UFC CEO Dana White was embroiled in controversy after a video clip of her stabbing her wife was released.
TMZ, a U.S. entertainment and sports magazine, released a video of White hitting each other while fighting with his wife Anna at the club on the 1st.
In the video, White was furious when she was slapped by Anna. Unable to contain his anger, he hit Anna with his palm several times. The two were seen continuously galling until they were torn apart and dried.
White said the incident occurred on Dec. 31 when the family went to a club in Cabo, Mexico. It did not say what the dispute was over.
In an interview with TMZ on the 3rd, White admitted his mistake and bowed his head. “As a longtime critic (of violence against women), there is no excuse,” he said.
“My wife and I have been married for almost 30 years. We’ve known each other since we were 12. He said, “I’ve been through many things and I’m raising three children,” adding, “I’m very embarrassed, but I have to care about my children for now.” Many voices of criticism are mostly true. In no case should you hit a woman,” he added.
He explained that it happened by accident between the couple. “My wife and I love each other. Been together for a long time. We’ve known each other since we were very young. This is one of the many misfortunes that have happened in my marriage.
White admitted that he was unable to control himself while drinking too much. “I don’t remember much,” he said. “But this is no excuse.” This has never happened throughout our marriage. It was the first time that happened,” he explained.
“We apologized to each other and apologized to the children. What people think is not a situation to think deeply. We care more about our children and our families,” he said. 토토사이트
His wife Anna felt the same way as her husband. In an interview with TMZ, “This has never happened before. We both drank too much ahead of the new year. We talked about this and apologized to each other. “I hope people will protect our privacy for our children,” he asked.