The-Dream Ex-Girlfriend’s Gruesome Injuries Revealed

The-Dream Ex-Girlfriend’s Gruesome Injuries Revealed

Days after police arrested singer The-Dream in New York, photos of his ex-girlfriend’s horrific injuries have surfaced online. #WhatsGoingOn

Photos of Lydia Nam‘s neck injuries during her pregnancy last year have emerged.

Now TMZ has obtained the photos, which show giant bruises on her arm and leg, as well as scratches on her neck and face. According to the criminal complaint, Dream pulled and dragged her by her hair, choked her with a necklace she was wearing by twisting it tightly around her neck, kicked and punched her in the head and then grabbed her by the neck, pinning her to the wall and choking her again. The complaint also alleged that when Nam tried to call 911, he violently twisted her arm and said he would kill her “like O.J. Simpson killed Nicole Brown.” (TMZ)

Cops arrested Dream Wednesday (May 7) after he turned himself.

The-Dream turned himself into the NYPD on Wednesday morning, PEOPLE confirms. The mega producer, whose real name is Terius Nash, is being accused of attacking his ex-girlfriend Lydia Nam, 29, on April 4, 2013. She claims he assaulted, strangled and threatened her while she was pregnant during an argument at the Plaza Hotel. (People)

Despite the accusations, Dream’s camp issued a statement on his arrest.

“Dream voluntarily surrendered to the Midtown North Precinct this morning in order to responsibly address the false allegations filed against him by Lydia Nam.He is innocent of the charges filed against him today, and we are confident that when this case is concluded and all the evidence has been reviewed, it will be clear that he is innocent.”] (Los Angeles Times)

The mega hitmaker walked out of police custody after posting up bail.

Dressed in a black silk shirt, black leather pants and a baseball cap, Nash walked out of court after posting $20,000 cash bail. “I have nothing to say. It’ll all come out. There are worse things in the world going on,” the songwriter said, as he climbed into his chauffeur-driven silver Maybach car. (New York Daily News)


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