Actor John Amos’ Daughter Reveals A Voice Recording Of Her Father Admitting Son Is Abusing Him Exists

Actor John Amos’ Daughter Reveals A Voice Recording Of Her Father Admitting Son Is Abusing Him Exists

While it seemed like the issues among John Amos and his children were resolved, the circumstances only aggravated.

While daughter Shannon Amos was singled out as the person behind his mistrust elder abuse, it is now his son that Is being called into interrogation.

KC Amos is being accused of having his father live in inhabitable state and misuse drugs while being his caretaker.

Shannon Amos said her father was the sufferer of elder torture and tried to raise money to help bring his sufferers to justice.

Pretty quickly, her father began revealing declaration through her brother, alleging that he was ok and that the only person abusing him was Shannon.

KC backed up these disclosure by sharing screenshots from people claiming that Shannon tried to do the same thing when he was taking care of their mother. Admirers  initially encouraged him but began finding it odd when they realized he was taunting his sister online.

“I believe that you are the one that’s causing those dreadful things to your father and trying to Influence the word to believe it’s your sister smh,” said one person under his note.

Well, today, it has come out that KC has a story of drug issues and has been controlling father’s social media and money matters.

Shannon shared a clip showing off the situation of KC and John’s home. This included spoiled food and waste everywhere.

Then, in a voice note, you can hear John Amos asking if his son was abusing drugs and interrogating if he should leave him any money if he’s just going to finish it getting high. He also can be heard saying that there is clear varification of constant use.

John Amos says in the clip, “he is still using drugs and wrong use my money; he needs to be opposed; we need to find out the truth because all of us are laboring under the presumption that he is.”



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