Levi gives an interview to the Guardian. He defends her: "She's not the racist type." And he rips her: he has never seen her read a newspaper. "It's ridiculous how fake they are." Then this:

"I'm up to the point where I can't see my kid again. I'm done. I'm sure we'll end up in court. We're definitely going to court."

He repeats that he knows more things about her that would hurt her - but says he won't reveal them. Presumably this means something worse than his allegation that she routinely called Trig a "retard baby." What could be worse than that?

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