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Mel B's messy split: She claims her ex-husband made their kids watch ISIS beheading videos

Yikes.

Mel B and her ex-husband Stephen Belafonte are continuing to have one of the most acrimonious splits in celeb history with the former Spice Girl now saying her ex made their daughter and her other kids watch inappropriate videos, including ISIS beheadings on the internet.

The British pop star (real name Melanie Brown) has made the worrying claims in court documents where she was trying to block child visitation attempts by Belafonte, allegations which her 19-year-old daughter Phoenix corroborates, reports The Blast.

Seemingly happier times; Mel B, Stephen Belafonte with children Phoenix, Angel and Madison at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Paddington' in 2015.
Seemingly happier times; Mel B, Stephen Belafonte with children Phoenix, Angel and Madison at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Paddington' in 2015.

Phoenix (who is Mel's eldest child from her first marriage to Jimmy Gulzar), reportedly said in a declaration, "He got us all to watch men being beheaded with chainsaws by ISIS, as we were in the kitchen and he was cooking."

"I never bonded with Stephen because he would call me names such as 'retarded' and 'stupid,'" Phoenix's declaration continued, adding that if she or her sisters bothered him on the phone, "he would just yell really up close to them."

Phoenix also sent her to school hungry and was abusive to their now deceased dog.

Brown and Belafonte, who married in 2007 and officially divorced in 2017, only have one biological child together, six-year-old Madison. But Stephen is reportedly filing to get step-visitation with Angel (Mel B's 10-year-old daughter with Eddie Murphy) but Mel argues Angel saw the videos too and was "scared and frightened" by the images and had to get therapy.

In prior claims, Brown alleged her ex abused her, drugged her, and made sex tapes of her without her consent.

According to the New York Post, while he's yet to respond to these new claims Belafonte has denied all past allegations of abuse.

The Blast reports, "A judge has not yet ruled on Mel's opposition to Belafonte's request for visitation, a hearing has been set for later this month."