It’s been quite an August for Lafayette Hill-based actor Terrence Howard, who co-stars with Oprah in Lee Daniels’ The Butler, which comes out this week.
Last week, his ex-wife accused him of giving her a nasty black eye, which he has denied. Then this week, Philadelphia magazine uncovered details about a violent altercation with a woman in a Norristown diner, and then Gawker pointed out that the actor has been accused of assaulting, attacking or otherwise physically harming women on six different occasions, including a 2000 case involving a flight attendant.
Terrence Howard ain’t got to go home, but he’s gotta get the hell out of a NYC apartment — ’cause the landlord has evicted him, and is now suing the actor for back rent … TMZ has learned.
According to the docs, filed in Manhattan, Howard’s lease on the West Broadway apartment ended back in November, 2012 — but he kept living there until at least May of this year … when he was formally evicted.
We almost feel a little bad for the guy. OK, not really.