Mother of His Two Children Sues David Caruso

April 10, 2009

(ChattahBox) — Over-the-top actor David Caruso, who plays Lt Horatio Caine on CSI: Miami, is being sued by the mother of his two children, and this story is going to be in the headlines. The ex-girlfriend, Liza Marquez, claims ‘the star’ was a possessive, jealous boyfriend who was a reluctant father, and emotionally abused her during their relationship.  She is suing Caruso for fraud, breach of their settlement agreement and emotional distress, according to papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday, mostly because he failed to deliver on promises of support after he walked out on her.

Marquez claims in the suit,  Caruso whom she met on the set of the hit crime show in 2004, promised to provide for her and give her a ring. They began living together in September of that year and Caruso started to emotionally and mentally abuse her, according to the suit. Among the claims she accuses Curuso of “raising his hand” to her during her second pregnancy and keeping a stash of 1970s porn in his bedroom.

Marquez said the actor asked her to terminate her first pregnancy, falsely accused her of cheating on him with his assistant, and further accused her of wanting to sleep with Billy Dee Williams. Third parties telling Marquez that Caruso described her as mentally ill.

She said that after she gave birth to their second child, daughter Paloma, in October 2007, Caruso broke up with her when she was released from the hospital and served her with a paternity action. Caruso and Marquez also have a 3-year-old son named Marquez Anthony. The suit claims, in August 2008, Caruso agreed to pay Marquez $1 million and $200,000 in attorney’s fees, and give her a home in the San Fernando Valley, but reneged on the deal months later.

Reported by: Hot Momma Celebrity Gossip – via: RadarOnline


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