Mike Epps Threatens To F*ck His Daughter Up On A Phone Call


Mike Epps’ daughter files complaint with police

Bria Epps discusses the complaint against her fath...

Mike Epps’ daughter filed a police Thursday report accusing the comedian and Indianapolis native of making threatening phone calls to her.

Bria Epps told the Star she made the complaint after she and Epps, 41, who lives in California, argued on the phone. Bria Epps said she was upset because Epps didn’t mention her during an appearance on the “Wendy Williams Show.”

“They asked about his children and he said he had two daughters,” said Bria Epps, who lives on the West Side with her mother, Mike Epps’ former girlfriend. “He has four.”

Epps was “hurt” that his daughter made the complaint, said Amp Harris, a local promoter who works with and knows Epps.

“He will deal with it in private with his daughter.” Harris said. “He doesn’t want to make this a reality TV show. This is a situation in which no one wins. Bria doesn’t win and Mike doesn’t win as a father.”

Epps was so far not commenting but on Twitter he said he loves Bria Epps.

“To all y’all on tweeter I love my daughter Bria epps no matter what !!peice.”

Earlier he had tweeted bemusement with complaint: “You tell your kids to go to college,and they call the police on you!!Danm lol this crazy world!!”

“Mike is a dedicated father who has tried to help his daughter tremendously in the last couple of years,” Harris said. “They have a great relationship. ”

It was the second time Mike Epps’ daughter and her mother had made a complaint for harassing phone calls against the funnyman.

On Jan. 27, 2008, Yolanda Sharp, 37, said she had received several threatening phone calls from Epps and it had “been going on for some time,” according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department report.

“The victim states that the suspect is calling her mother and aunt, harassing them also,” according to the report.

Sharp told police then the calls “had become constant since October, 2007.”

Marion County prosecutor’s spokeswoman Brienne Delaney said no charges were filed in that case.

In the complaint filed Thursday, Bria Epps said she “had words” with Epps and that she threatened to go to the media to “air some family drama.”

She said Epps called and texted her, Sharp and her grandmother and threatened to “cause (them) problems,” according to a police report.

Epps allegedly threatened to “send someone” to their grandmother’s house and “f— her up if she leaves the house,” Bra Epps told police.

Bria Epps said she recorded a call Mike Epps made to her cell phone Wednesday night at 11 p.m.

In the call, which Bria played for the Star, a man Bria Epps claims is her father, says, “Bitch, I will f— your ass up.”

“You are the devil,” the caller says in a loud voice. “What possesses you to talk to me like that?”

The caller says Indianapolis is “my city” and tells Bria Epps “you have a problem.”

“I don’t know who you think you’re playing with,” the caller days.

Bria Epps said she received about 10 calls and 20 texts from her father between 11 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday. While the phone calls were threatening, the texts were not, she said.

“He was joking in the texts,” she said.

Bria Epps said she phoned in the police report Friday about 10 a.m. Thursday but no officers have talked to her or come to her house.

Epps is scheduled to play at Madison Square Garden in New York City Saturday as part of a 70 city tour.

Epps became a familiar face across Central Indiana in commercials for the Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee, where he promoted the Downtown fun including “zip lines for crazy people like me” (commercial below from YouTube.com).

Epps is scheduled to play at Madison Square Garden in New York City Saturday as part of a 70 city tour, said Indianapolis promoter Amp Harris, who works with Epps.

Harris called the complaint “a family matter between a daughter and her father” and said he was unsure if Epps would comment on it.

“Mike is hurt,” Harris said. “He will deal with it in private with his daughter. He doesn’t want to make this a reality TV show. This is a situation in which no one wins. Bria doesn’t win and Mike doesn’t win as a father.”

“Mike is a dedicated father who has tried to help his daughter tremendously in the last couple of years,” Harris said. “They have a great relationship. ”

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