Ceaser Of 'Black Ink Crew' Holds Press Conference To Deny Abuse Claims

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Black Ink Crew star Ceaser Emanuel held a press conference to deny allegations of abuse made against him by the mother of his child and his teenage daughter.

Ceaser sued Crystal Torres for repeating and elaborating the claim that their 17-year-old daughter Cheyenne made in January that her father pulled her out of the shower and beat her. 

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"I am concerned for my daughter Cheyenne; her mother has corrupted her. I would do anything in my power to have my daughter back in my life. She is the sole heir to my Black Ink empire. I am nothing without her, and I miss her by my side. I have been dealing with this family matter for a while. And every time I feel like I am getting somewhere, I am being shut down and pulled away from speaking with my daughter directly...Everything I've built has been for my daughter," Ceaser he said the at the press conference.

Ceaser says Crystal's rants on social media have cost him money and ruined his reputation. 

He is reportedly suing her for $5 million.