Those cases have come back to light over the past month, as Howard was in court seeking to overturn a settlement in his 2013 divorce from second wife Michelle Ghent, who has alleged on multiple occasions that he assaulted her.
As one TV executive tells The Post: “It’s an industry joke that he collects more assault raps than acting accolades.” Page Six reported in August that the incarceration of Howard’s “Empire” character has given the show’s producers an excuse to minimize his screen time when the show returns Wednesday.
In a story published this past week, he told Rolling Stone: “Since they see me as a bad guy, I’m gonna play a bad guy.” Indeed, Howard, 46, has a history of violence that nearly rivals that of Lucious.
Since 2000, the actor’s rap sheet has included multiple charges of assault.
“Next season on FOX, we’ll have more original programming across our schedule than ever before,” said Walden and Newman.And, we are pleased to be returning to our schedule many of our most beloved shows, including broadcast’s No. ” The new dramas joining the schedule this fall are THE EXORCIST and LETHAL WEAPON.Widely regarded as the greatest horror movie ever made, Academy Award-nominated “The Exorcist” terrified audiences around the world.Watching our generation’s biggest pop star Britney Spears down bags of Cheetos and then burp them up? Having to see Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt fend for themselves in the jungle (or do anything, for that matter)? And no one wants to watch Lohan family drama unfold without Lindsay. To that end, we’ve rounded up 15 reality shows that make up this third (and frightening) category.Trust us, we’re not kidding when we say these shows make “Toddlers & Tiaras” look like “Breaking Bad.” Yikes! “Britney & Kevin: Chaotic” (UPN, 2005) Watching an episode of Britney and Kevin will make you nauseous. Both the show’s subject matter and the constant shaking of Brit’s handheld camera is not for the faint of heart.