London news Mel B is in a domestic violence video leaving fans in 'tears' Uk news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Spice Girl is a patron of domestic violence charity Woman's Aid

London news Mel B is in a domestic violence video leaving fans in 'tears' Uk news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Spice Girl is a patron of domestic violence charity Woman's Aid

London news  Mel B is in a domestic violence video leaving fans in 'tears' Uk news
14 May 2021 - 09:31

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Mel B has appeared in a new video raising awareness about domestic violence against women. The Spice Girl featured in the music video for the song Love Should Not Hurt made by classical composer Fabio D’Andrea and the charity Women's Aid which Mel is a patron of. The emotional four minute video starts with Mel's character in a distressing violent dispute with her male partner before a subsequent shot where the pair appear together happy whilst in public. On her Instagram the star praised cosmetics company Avon for their new partnership with Women's Aid donating 50 per cent of sales of their 'heart wallet' to the domestic violence charity. The star's followers, of which she has 1.5 million, continued to praise her for her part in the powerful video.

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. My stomach was in knots." Another added: "The video is so so powerful, I held my breath all the way through it. Unbelievable" Mel, who says she was in an abusive relationship, spoke to ITV News about the new video and her whirlwind marriage to Stephen Belafonte: "I lived in my situation for 10 years. "I was married for 10 years and I did find the strength to leave, but then I ended up going back… it was just an impossible situation for me. She continued: "There was a lot going on behind the scenes and then when I finally left, it was when my father died. Read More Related Articles

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