Eric "Big E" Austin is one mean chef

Storied local soul-food legend has a long rap sheet

"I asked him why he hadn't opened the restaurant," Dang later testified in court documents. "He stood up, shoving me into my office and knocking my head into my computer. He grabbed me by the throat, telling me, 'I'm gonna kill you now! I'm gonna kill you now!'"

Dang's brother-in-law entered the fray, according to police reports, and Big E ran into the kitchen and began dumping out all the food.

"You messed with the wrong guy!" Austin screamed, according to Dang.

Austin's relationship with Viva Brazil and its owner, Olmedo Alvarado, ended days before the grand opening
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Austin's relationship with Viva Brazil and its owner, Olmedo Alvarado, ended days before the grand opening
Austin's popular soul food restaurants attracted a long list of celebrities over the years.
courtesy of Melanie Kell
Austin's popular soul food restaurants attracted a long list of celebrities over the years.

Noshing on goat cheese pizza, Big E denies actually striking Dang. Asked about destroying his kitchen, he offers a polite explanation: Dang left him no choice but to lose his temper. Dang had closed out an account they both owned, says Austin, putting him in financial turmoil. He couldn't reach Dang for a week, so he closed the restaurant to get his attention.

"I lost a house, two cars, and almost my family," Austin says.

 

ONCE THE MOST CELEBRATED chef on Nicollet, Austin now couldn't even walk the street. Though he didn't face charges in either incident, both of the former owners filed restraining orders against him, so he wasn't allowed anywhere near the block where he had made his name as a cook.

Austin eventually began advertising his services on Craigslist.

That's how he came to work for Olmedo Alvarado, who was interested in opening a Brazilian restaurant in Minneapolis. Being from out of town, Alvarado was unfamiliar with Austin's history. He was wooed by Big E's friendly personality, hiring him after one interview.

Alvarado and his business partners had only three months before the grand opening of their new venture, Viva Brazil. But, as Alvarado tells it, Austin had little enthusiasm for the challenge.

"He was a lot of times in a bad mood," says Alvarado. "You don't want to talk to him."

Three days before the opening, Austin told Alavarado he didn't think they were ready to make a public debut. The dispute escalated into a screaming match, and by the end of it, the partnership was over.

Austin says he didn't quit, he was fired, and he's preparing a lawsuit against Viva Brazil, claiming a one-year contract was breached.

"This time, I'm not Hulking out," says Austin. "It's all in writing."

 

AS AUSTIN PICKS UP his final slice of pizza, there's one last incident that needs to be addressed. It's from a police report filed in 1996.

The problem began when Austin's then-girlfriend told him she wanted to break up, according to the report. At first he reacted by sitting silently on the bed. Then he picked her up by the throat and smashed her head against the wall. Austin threw her down on the bed, choked her, and punched her face repeatedly.

"I fell back and lost consciousness at one point, because I woke up and he was choking me again," the victim later testified in a police interview. "That is what woke me up, because I couldn't breathe."

Because she lost consciousness, the woman was unable to calculate how long the beating lasted. At one point, she asked Austin to call for an ambulance, the report says, but he refused.

He kicked her in the ribs before she finally escaped, stumbling across the road to the Third Street Market. She collapsed near the register, blood gushing from her face. So profusely was she bleeding that the clerks thought she had been stabbed.

"He told me he was going to kill me," she told police of Austin. "He said several times that he was gonna end it all tonight for me and for himself."

Sitting at French Meadow Cafe, Austin is handed the police file. He studies the report, seeing it for what he says is the first time.

"Bah!" he scoffs when he first begins reading, but his smile quickly fades as he reads in silence the detailed narrative where he is the villain—a man who beat his girlfriend while her seven-year-old daughter sat in another room.

For several long minutes, Austin sits stone-faced, betraying no emotion.

Finally, Big E throws the paperwork back across the table and casually takes a bite of his goat cheese pizza.

"It didn't go down like she said," he says with finality, noting he wasn't charged in the incident. "There was nothing calm about this relationship."

 

AUSTIN DOESN'T LIKE TALKING about the past, and he's clearly upset by his outsized reputation.

"I go to nightclubs and people come up to me like, 'You know where you fucked up?'" he says. "And it's not even about being a celebrity chef. It's like, 'Dude, I'm just here to have a fucking beer!'"

For now, Austin says he's looking toward the future. He recently entered into talks with investors about opening a new soul food restaurant called—what else?—Big E's Cafe Sol.

After the check is paid, Austin lingers in his chair, staring down at the remains of the day. Before getting up, he offers one last protest that he's not the monster some people might think he is.

"Bill Bixby never just walked into a room and Hulked out," he says, referring to the actor who played Dr. David Banner in the 1960s television series that also starred Lou Ferrigno. "It was always the bad guy that did something to provoke him. And then it was like, 'All right, I've gotta Hulk out now.'"

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Denzel2smooth45
Denzel2smooth45

I know Big E and he a man that likes to be himself,I should know cause we are from the same state.And really bringing up the past about anyone is really not healthy.Just treat Big E with the respect and all good you will see.I will always keep a man like him in good Faith and he will be Blessed with the bussiness that he is striving for.Jah got your back Big E and it will come too you real soon,and to you other none believers,God has a plan for Big E............

Jamal Hawkins
Jamal Hawkins

what atotal crock of phony rasta bullshit..Big E is a downlow sissy..just like you! Now get on your back!

Stephanie
Stephanie

Unfortunately, someone WAS beaten to a bloody pulp...I was there taking care of Shannon and her daughter while she recovered from the cracked rib, concussion, and multiple cuts and bruises inflicted by Austin after his rampage all those years ago. NOTHING excuses the brutal beating she suffered that night, and for him (and yourself) to continue to deny his guilt is inexcusable. You hadn't even met Eric yet at the time of the incident, but I'm sure you have gotten a taste of his dysfunction over the years...your own relationship has been plagued with his sexual infidelity, alcoholism, and volatile explosions of temper causing concerned neighbors to call the police out of fear for your safety more than once. How many times now have the two of you split up and gotten back together over these issues? Your relationship is far from stable. If you cannot bring yourself to leave him for your own good, please think of the impact this is having on your young daughter. It took Danielle several years of therapy to recover from what was done to her mother. Please don't let Jazz be another victim. I wish you all the best, Melanie...you are going to need it.

Duh
Duh

One more thing Mattmeyers, the most generic name possible, why do you want to know my name? Just so you know, there isn't a yard to burn a cross in or lie down in a white hooded circle jerk with your German shepard and your cat.

Jamal Hawkins
Jamal Hawkins

Poor Duh..He's really struggling with his thin defense of his paramour Big E..His white guilt has him posting spontaneous,poorly crafted,inarticulate meanderings that don't stand up well at all against the facts..Poor kid.

David Foureyes
David Foureyes

...said the guy that ends sentences with two periods and doesn't know to put a space after a comma. Dude, you can't be a prick about poorly crafted sentences WITH poorly crafted sentences. Dipshit.

Let's stick to the meat of the article. When presented with the official reports regarding his past run-ins, he offers no rebuttal beyond saying there are two sides to every story...there is no side to a story in which hitting women or threatening people isn't something a sociopath does. I wish failure upon him even if he only considered hitting a woman...

Duh
Duh

Hey Mattmeyers,I didn't know my 104 year old great great uncle who lives in the woods and poops in a bucket had access to the Internet! Wow! Is that you Uncle Eugene? Also, Brooklyn isn't a city, you moron. It's a borough of New York City. I would like to see what happens to you when you use the word "coon" there. And as for you, Franchot, I worked with you and think you are a pathetic ass for tearing down a fellow black man and fellow chef and fellow southerner. You should be ashamed of yourself. Didn't you get fired from the whitest soul food concept ever? Shove that in your jambalaya hole!

Mattmeyers
Mattmeyers

Really? That's the only flaw you could find in my argument? Semantics? The technical civic title for a land mass?

I'm beginning to think that you're in the thick of the woods with your Uncle Eugene--likely the byproduct of backwoods incest.

And with concern to the topic of being a coward, at least Franchot had a big enough pair to post his own name, unlike you.

Duh
Duh

Pointing out that I am misconstruing semantics is an easy avoidance if your usage of the word "coon", a word so antiquated, like your connection to Brooklyn. Go inhale a Dominos pizza and whatever the newly marketed flavor of Mountain Dew 2 liter that comes along with it and enjoy the horrid gas that controls your brain.

Franchot McLaughlin
Franchot McLaughlin

that's the biggest problems with black folks,they enable each other's violent behavior, rather than hold each other accountable..just because he & I are both black doesn't mean I endorse psychopathic behavior..that's pretty insulting to assume.

Mhminvestmentgroup
Mhminvestmentgroup

Its a shame that blackmen are so fast to pass judgement on other people for their shortcomings. I'm sure u have more than your share. Blackmen should focus more on being good father's and good grandfather's. And teach there children to be good men, good husband's and leader. Instead were left to figure it out on our own. what have u done for your children? I'm sure Big E had a dad jus like u.

Duh
Duh

My comment wasn't to assume that just because you are both black that you condone violent behavior. It's to point out that you judged someone from one article and you have similar backgrounds and you have no reason to act like a hater, unless you are jealous that Eric made it further than you did.

Jamal Hawkins
Jamal Hawkins

It's funny that you are on here at 4am defending the atrocious deeds of some black thug,while he sleeps. Maybe when you're finished, he'll allow you to give him a massage or braid his fake hair for him. You seem obsessed with him. That's cute.

Marcy M
Marcy M

Andy, so really what was the point of this cover story? Was it meant to warn the public about the dangerous chef with anger management issues? Surely these pages of half truths were not gathered solely from interviewing the chef himself so you must have had this idea/agenda of slanderous crap when you started this venture. I have read through the article and still can't figure out what the point was. Were you warning the public not to eat his food because he has been known to or accused of losing his temper? I don't believe that he was known for or accused of attacking his customers was he? I don't believe that in your "investigative reporting" (I use the term loosely) you actually included the whole story with any of the supposed "facts" that you are recounting for us (the unsuspecting public). I truly don't know if it is you or the editor that should be slapped for the stupidity that was just shared in the name of journalism. I suppose I too should be careful or someone might say that I assaulted you and I’ll have some tabloid journalist knocking on my door for a pretend interview so they can publish rubbish on my life. Don’t get me wrong I am in no way claiming the man is a saint but knowing him and not knowing you, you look like a far bigger jerk than he does for putting this crap together.

Keillor
Keillor

This Chef with the store-bought Deadlocks is obviously mentally ill..The only reason he is allowed to thrive in the blue state Nordic environs of Minnesota is because of lutheran White Guilt..In a real city of a sizable population he'd be just another Chimp in a greasy kitchen hacking out unhealthy food that those people love to fatten up on..

ASBO Chav
ASBO Chav

I realize the internet saves our comments forever, and many of you want to jump on the Tea Party Hate Bandwagon before its final supernova, but that's still no excuse to etch your racist drivel onto a progressive website.

As many have so artfully stated (most recently Dennis Thatcher), "Better to keep one's mouth shut and be thought a fool, than to open it and remove all doubt."

Mattmeyers
Mattmeyers

French Meadow is the closest thing to Brooklyn? If anyone from Brooklyn ate in that disgusting slop of a restaurant they'd let out a deep bellied condescending laugh, piss on the plate, and take the first flight back to Brooklyn--a real city. If this worthless coon is the only "gem" in your culinary "scene", then it's completely and totally fucked. You think that because some inner city rat can slop together mac and cheese that he's a chef? Ha! Furthermore, who gives a rat's ass if Shaq raved over it. He's a dumb coon too. Shaq thought that the Parthenon was a club in Greece.

Brooklyn would wipe its ass with this story, the writer, and most of all this wannabe thug "chef". Do us all a favor big E...beat another broad or two down, go to jail, and stay the fuck away from food.

ASBO Chav
ASBO Chav

In response to the comment by Mattmeyers:

This is not YouTube. In this forum, we expect logical arguments, not the inner ramblings of David Duke.

Whomever you are, and whatever Tea Party meeting you just attended/led, keep your hate-filled commentary off our site!

One can disapprove of Mr. Austin's actions without resorting to sub-Confederate racist bile.

You, sir/madam, are a disgrace. Thinking people everywhere can rejoice in the demographic changes within the US, knowing that our increasing diversity causes a loss of sleep by troglodytes like the above commenter.

Mattmeyers
Mattmeyers

That's cute. Did you ponder which adjectives to select from the OED over a cup of luke warm chamomile? Or did you just rehash everything your freshman cultural studies professor inculcated you with at the U of M?

David Foureyes
David Foureyes

And yet, it was more articulate and concise than yours to which I was responding.

Foisting your ignorance of vocabulary onto someone making a well-reasoned argument is pathetic for several reasons, the most noteworthy being: A) It is clear case of ad hominem (you'll surely need to look that up), the most childish of logical fallacies and B) You present no counter-argument beyond it.

When you go to your OED to look up "ad hominem", flip over to "pathetic" and peep the photo in-line...you may be surprised at what you find.

Mattmeyers
Mattmeyers

That was an intelligent, well thought out response, Foureyes.

Mattmeyers
Mattmeyers

I think you're confusing "plain human decency" with a birdbrained naivete toward humanity. Don't let NPR misinform you as to the proper terminology for your "moral stance."

And the last time I checked, I wasn't dealing in absolutes. No one ever made a blanket statement about an entire race. It was merely a realistic observation about behavioral patterns that are ubiquitous and quite frankly irrefutable. Though it's hard to concede to reality when you're contemplating your navel and viewing the world through a Utopian lens.

Might I recommend the fables of Hans Christian Anderson or the Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm? Narrative nature comes full circle in those tales as well and a child like desire for fairness and balance is often restored. Should help with your desire to feel secure and self-righteous if sticking up for a disenfranchised race doesn't.

ASBO Chav
ASBO Chav

Are you seriously framing the debate as a choice between employing language that reveals a) Intellectual Curiosity or b) Limbaugh-style Racism(!)?

In addition, doing so within a medium (the Internet) where your decision to employ bigoted Jim Crow-era linguistics will reside long past either of us?

I'll proudly stand on the side of (what should be seen as "just plain human decency", but in this era of New Bigotry, must be referred to as) the progressive choice. Refusing to agree that a person is "insert hateful comment here" does not mean you condone their actions. It merely means that you have enough brainpower to not define (or defile) an entire ethnicity by the actions of one person. I cannot believe that we still have to say this in 20-freaking-11.

SmallVillage
SmallVillage

What is going on at City Pages? This is a cover story?

A real Chef
A real Chef

Looks like his days as a Chef in this town are over. This guy is poison. If he was really any good, he'd still be in business.

Wendi H
Wendi H

Hey Andy,How were the rice and beans that Eric thoughtfully cooked for you and your  City Pages co workers at his home after you mentioned that an associate raved about them after having them at BigE's Soul Food years ago? How did you enjoy Eric and his lovely wife Melanie's (who you conveniently left out of your sewing circle piece) hospitality while visiting them at their home on more than one occasion? Did you enjoy the other dishes that he made for you as well? Did you have a laugh while asking Eric to pose for pictures, requesting certain emotions, all the while knowing you were about to trash him and use those photos to portray a character that fit your agenda? I am curious, why did you spend so much time interviewing my husband, over a half an hour, only to cut and paste two quotes to fit the story you were gunning for?Why did you interview Eric's wife and neglect to mention her in the article? Why did you also not mention the fact that they have a beautiful, smart, well adjusted child? Is it because those facts would be counter productive to the slam piece that you were after to make a name for yourself at a small time gossip rag? You approached my husband with the impression that you were writing a piece about Eric that was positive, a life story that told how he went from A to B. You gave the impression that people wanted to know how he became the great chef that he is. Well he feels bamboozled after you trashed his friend for no reason. He would feel more respect from the National Enquirer than from you. Your version of journalism is just plain irresponsible. Did you also do a background check on Elsabee? Did you check out Dang? Did you investigate why their businesses failed? My guess is no, since again, it is not in line with your agenda to trash a chef for no reason. Eric's past is just that, past. Did you include any of the charitable work he has done (which is a great amount)? No, you didn't, because it isn't in line with your pre-determined agenda, to trash a chef for no reason. You printed a police report with only part of it quoted in an incident where he was never even charged. Did you dig up a 1996 police report for shock value? What was your point? So when Eric is harassed when walking out of his door and he sees grown women approaching his child at school to harass and investigate because they can't wait to spread your yappy hen gossip, does that make you feel satisfied?You not only trashed this man for no reason, but now his family feels threatened. Good for you. I hope the beans and rice tasted better than the taste I have in my mouth after your piece of crap article. You are better suited to write about what celebrities like to read while they poop for In-Touch magazine.

Franchot McLaughlin
Franchot McLaughlin

Wow,now City Pages is putting criminals on it's front page? With all the talented,hard working,successful Chefs in this town,this guy gets the feature story? It's a sad day when you have to be a violent thief with an unpredictable hair trigger rage for women to get any notice..Typical City Pages gutter story on a typical gutter dweller.

MelanieKell
MelanieKell

Things are not always as they appear. It is a sad day when people judge without knowing the full story and too bad the media twists tales into half-truths to sell FREE press.

Brian Stansberry
Brian Stansberry

Here's a guy who beat a woman to a bloody pulp,within inches of her life..Viciously assaults multiple colleagues at knifepoint in the workplace,steals cars,commits credit card fraud & fails at every business he's been in volved with..And your reply is to deflect the facts in the article to cast attention upon Dang & Elsabee? I'd say your stance is sadly typical of a battered woman..But my real concern is for the child in your home.

MelanieKell
MelanieKell

NO ONE was beat to a bloody pulp - and if you have ever been arrested or questioned just for being a black man, then maybe you would understand. YOU call it "deflecting the facts" - some of us call it telling the whole story.

Stephanie
Stephanie

Unfortunately, someone WAS beaten to a bloody pulp...I was there taking care of Shannon and her daughter while she recovered from the cracked rib, concussion, and multiple cuts and bruises inflicted by Austin after his rampage all those years ago. NOTHING excuses the brutal beating she suffered that night, and for him (and yourself) to continue to deny his guilt is inexcusable. You hadn't even met Eric yet at the time of the incident, but I'm sure you have gotten a taste of his dysfunction over the years...your own relationship has been plagued with his sexual infidelity, alcoholism, and volatile explosions of temper causing concerned neighbors to call the police out of fear for your safety more than once. How many times now have the two of you split up and gotten back together over these issues? Your relationship is far from stable. If you cannot bring yourself to leave him for your own good, please think of the impact this is having on your young daughter. It took Danielle several years of therapy to recover from what was done to her mother. Please don't let Jazz be another victim. I wish you all the best, Melanie...you are going to need it.

Twincitynights
Twincitynights

It looks like he deleted his Facebook account. Very sad CityPages.

David G.
David G.

Clearly, this article does not accurately represent the character and integrity of Eric Austin.

Five years ago, I moved with my partner to Minneapolis. Unfamiliar with Uptown, we ended up moving into a very questionable apartment at Aldrich and Franklin. I'm certain Eric and Mel hadn't been there long prior to our arrival. While my partner and I regularly complained about problems in the building, Eric and Melanie focused on the good, and helped us see the good too.

Eric quickly became one of my best friends; he's a great teacher of cooking, obviously a great chef, and an inspiration to continue to explore new dishes.

A few years later, he was the obvious choice as chef at our wedding reception at Gibbs Farm. And unsurprisingly, the meal was amazing. A pig slowly simmering in his wooden Cuban-style roasting box, later chopped and slathered in a mouth-watering barbecue sauce. Collared greens cooked with hamhocks. Mac and cheese that had a hint of garlic. Whiskey-baked beans. Sweet-potato muffins. . . It was the best meal of my life on the best day of my life. People who were there still rave about how delicious the meal was; how it wasn't just the best meal they'd ever had at a wedding (admittedly, not much of a compliment on its own), but how it was probably the best meal they'd ever had. Through the day, Eric was a true pro.

I'm grateful for the gift that he gave everyone that day, and I'm certain that pretty much everyone who's tasted his food is grateful.

I don't understand the need for City Pages to pursue the angle they so regularly take on this talented man. The numerous people who eagerly began reading this article have probably had similarly memorable meals prepared by Big E, and I'm certain they long for his next success, wishing only good things in the future for his family. The rest of the readers would likely be left simply not knowing the man at all.

Duh
Duh

What a coincidence that this article should appear the day before Viva Brazil opens. Try to discredit an amazing chef for a few advertising dollars from a restaurant that probably won't last a year without him? Viva Big E! Suck it City Pages. I wouldn't even use your rag to scoop dog poop. I don't want the poop to be offended.

Wendi H
Wendi H

I don't understand the purpose of this article. Was it written so we can "get to know" Eric Austin? I have known Eric personally for over 10 years and there isn't a sentence here that represents the man I know. Eric never proclaims himself to be a boy scout. He isn't a politician running for office. He is a great chef who has an intense passion for food and our connections to our heritage and history through food. His food is his love, and he has a lot of it, despite what Andy or his editor would like to portray for whatever their agenda is. EVERYONE makes mistakes. EVERYONE. We all don't have to have ours smeared across City Pages for no reason with no point or counterpoint.I am proud to call Eric my friend. I know all of the wonderful things he has done for his friends and the community. He knows it too and I hope he remembers that when he reads this pathetic attempt by a small time Nancy Drew to get the scoop. Are you having your hot fudge sundae now Andy?

Jamal Hawkins
Jamal Hawkins

Sounds like you really don't know him at all....Doesn't sound like anyone really wants to now..

CJ
CJ

Well Melanie, unfortunately for Big E, he has created his own bad legacy. Bad behavior cannot and should not be justified. You can do great things and still be a total horses' ass. I don't doubt that he is very talented but that talent does not justify his nasty and violent temper. I find it surprising that anyone is willing to invest with him based on the issues that have occurred in the past. Keep on living in your world of delusion and idol worship.

MelanieKell
MelanieKell

1,807. That’s how many words were just written so effortlessly in this article. NONE of MY words were printed. You would think that MY opinion would be relevant. I mean… I have only been with him for the past 14 years, but what do I know, right? City Pages didn’t tell you that he was sitting home minding his own business when he received a phone call – smiling on the other end – that stated “Hey, Big E – we want to get to KNOW you and see what you are “really” all about. This town has always been very passionate about you and we would like to do a cover story. Now… it will take a month of us following you around and getting to know you… as we would like to get it from all angles.”Not a BIT of it talked about the hospitality that Big E gave to the writers and the staff on multiple occasions as they came over to drink, laugh and ask questions about the food that he is so passionate about. In fact it barely even talked about the food – at all.I was the ONLY one there from the very beginning. They didn’t see the days spent writing and painting and planning. They didn’t see the odd jobs taken and the nights spent awake to save every nickel to buy each tile – piece by piece - and lay it down himself. Nobody wanted to talk about a man who did his very best …and still, life happens - you run out of money. You’re in it too far to turn back – so you find a partner; – who you need now, so you can’t be too picky. You try to keep order, but you get handed bad check after bad check – to the point where you lose your house, your wife and baby have nowhere to go – and STILL the show must go on. There were fires, and car accidents, miscarriages and havoc – and still every day he worked harder than most would even THINK about doing. No one wanted to mention the THOUSANDS of dollars raised and donated to help the American Heart Association, March of Dimes, the Homeless or the fight against AIDS. That he actually broke records for money raised!They didn’t talk about how he begged to keep the integrity of the food intact because soul food doesn’t get the respect that other cuisines got without effort. He demanded respect for his heritage, ancestors and the food that came from them and took it to the next level. He even gave tours to schools of children in his restaurant and taught them where soul food evolved from. He opened up the doors to the kitchen to show people that there was a clean, fully trained staff back there in chef coats and not “somebody’s Auntie” one day and someone completely different the next. He WAS meticulous about every plate that went out – because people couldn’t understand how soul food could be elevated past a slop of mac and cheese and some greasy fried chicken on a paper plate. He gave soul food the same respect that French fine dining food got automatically and people loved it, and came from miles to see it. Big E set out to have his name synonymous with the term Soul Food in this town – and he has done that. He set out to be on the cover of the magazines and to get people talking about him. I guess he has done this, too, now. But in MY opinion, after all these years of hard work – this article does not represent the legacy that he is known for. It ended with a phone call from City Pages, too, saying- “Thanks. We got a lot of great information and I gave a book to my editor. It is up to her to pull what she would like printed.” Eric always says, “When you cook for a living – you’re gonna get cut and you’re gonna get burned.” Well City Pages…. I think THIS one both cut and burned.

Sincerely, Melanie Kell (687 words)

Stephanie
Stephanie

Charity begins in the home, no? When you attempt to win public approval through highly visible 'good deeds' but continually abuse and threaten to kill your romantic and business partners, it becomes obvious that your actions are nothing but transparent publicity stunts. Typical Austin behavior...deflect the blame, do ANYTHING for fame!

Sammuelsson
Sammuelsson

Hey Melanie ! Here's a clue > YOU are not at all relevant and either is ERIC...Seems everyone knows that but you 2..Now you can go back to walking on eggshells around the HULK!!

Matt Green
Matt Green

It's always something someone else does to provoke him, and he has to do what he did? Yeah right. What a child.

Big Herb Dickerson
Big Herb Dickerson

Three words: "Goodbye City Pages".

Iggerman66
Iggerman66

Poor Melanie,battered woman..Lives with her head in the sand..Zero self awareness..Speaks for her man when he should be a man & speak up for himself..That way maybe she won't get a fist in her face tonight..Or choked to near death tomorrow..What a common pattern..Her denial is so typical..

MelanieKell
MelanieKell

what was the point in THIS comment dripping with sarcasm? ask yourself - "helping" or "hurting"?

 
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