Remember when Angie Stone was accused of knocking her daughter’s teeth out? Well now, the singer is speaking out against the accusations, suggesting that she is not responsible for the missing tooth.
“I think that in her defense, I think the tooth probably fell out,” she said on a new episode of The Steve Harvey Show. “When you have an altercation as such, you can bite down on your lip and if the tooth is already brittle and decaying, it’s coming out.”
Harvey appeared incredibly confused by Stone’s account, responding, “Ya’ll get in this incident and her teeth fell out. Ya’ll was talking’ too loud, yawl was hollerin’? I’m trying to figure out when the teeth fell out.”
The audience was equally confused, but Angie continued to dig a bigger hole. “I can’t allow you to put me in that spot … We were definitely in an altercation and it’s not that I’m proud of it, but you not gonna fight me in my house. You not gonna fight me period, I am your mother.”
In March of 2015, Angela Brown, the singer’s legal name, was charged with aggravated assault after being accused of using a metal stand to hit her 30-year-old daughter, Diamond Stone.
Per the report, Stone claimed Diamond hit her with a “closed fist to her face.” The singer stated that in order to defend herself, she struck her daughter with a metal stand, however, she was not aware that she hit her. “Once she realized this she quickly put the stand down and attempted to get away,” the report read.
So did she, or didn’t she? We still don’t know.