Sean Avery's Ex-Wife Reveals Shocking Details of His Horrific Actions

Published August 3, 2023 at 8:58 PM


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Hilary Rhoda Details Disturbing Allegations Against Avery

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Sean Avery was always a provocative figure as an NHL player. Unfortunately, this has extended to his behaviour around his family well after retirement, and his estranged ex-wife Hilary Rhoda has made some very disturbing allegations against her ex-husband public.

According to a report from Entertainment Tonight Canada, Rhoda has recently detailed the extent of Avery's disturbing behaviour toward both her and their three-year-old son, Nash. This includes accusations that Avery entered her house and climbed into bed with her without consent, before grabbing her by the arms and shaking her twice.

Aggressive Behaviour Has Extended to Their Young Son

Rhoda also alleges physically and emotionally aggressive behaviour by the former NHL pest toward their son Nash, including punching the wall of his bedroom after he woke up sick in the middle of the night, body-slamming him on his changing table, and purposely endangering his safety on various occasions.

«Sean has screamed at Nash,» she alleged. «Sean has purposefully endangered Nash by not putting him in his car seat properly; driving erratically; putting Nash in the front seat (without a car seat); smoking marijuana and then immediately driving with him; leaving his marijuana and cigarettes on the ground for Nash to access.»

Rhoda has not only filed for divorce from Avery, but has filed a restraining order keeping him from reaching out to either her or Nash — one she recently extended after first filing it last October, according to Us Weekly.

Avery, who recently had a small role in the blockbuster Christopher Nolan film Oppenheimer, has yet to comment on the allegations.

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