More Dolezal Revelations: Sex Tape, Sexual Abuse Allegations

The revelations about former NAACP Spokane president Rachel Dolezal keep coming--and getting even more convoluted and bizarre. The newest wrinkles: a sex tape submitted as court evidence and multiple sexual abuse allegations within the family.

The Daily Mail reports that Dolezal was part of a homemade sex tape with her former husband Kevin Moore, an African-American physical therapist. The Daily Mail learned of the tape because Dolezal submitted it as evidence of Moore's alleged sexual abuse of her during their "bitter court battle" over custody of their son, Franklin. 

Dolezal, 37, admitted participating in 'sexual acts' on camera with ex Kevin Moore, pictured here in these exclusive photos for the first time since their wedding picture appeared.

However, the serial litigant who resigned her post as leader of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP Monday, insisted she took part against her will.

The lurid claim was one of a raft of damaging accusations she leveled at Moore, 37, in a bid to deny him access to their young son Franklin. Moore denied the claims of abuse.

Dolezal (who then identified as white) married Moore in 2000; the marriage ended five years later with Dolezal alleging years of "physical, emotional, sexual and verbal abuse," including "pushing, hair pulling and forcible restraint"--all of which Moore denied.  

According to court documents, the tape was submitted as evidence that Moore had forced her "to participate in sexual acts with the defendant on tape against the plaintiff's desires."

Dolezal also claimed that Moore was a danger to Franklin, citing an incident in 2005 when he returned from Moore's home with a bruise on his face. Dolezal reported Moore for abuse, but he denied the charge, saying the boy had fallen.

The police never charged Moore, and when the divorce was finalized, Moore was deemed a responsible father and awarded joint custody of their son.

Moore would not not comment to Daily Mail Online on the breakup of his marriage or the claims of abuse but friends describe him as a committed Christian who was deeply distressed by his ex-wife's 'wild accusations'

In an emailed retort to his wife contained in the paperwork, he tells her: ‘Rachel, you may not believe in God but that does not mean that he does not exist.

‘God has seen everything you have done and He continues to watch.’

Unfortunately, the sordid revelations do not stop there. Dolezal's brother, Joshua Dolezal, an English professor in Iowa, backed up his sister's account of Moore's abuse in his memoir, saying she was living in a "self-contained hell." However, the Daily Mail points out that Joshua Dolezal "is facing a raft of criminal charges himself relating to the alleged sexual abuse of another family member, who was a minor at the time."

Charged with four felony counts in 2013, Joshua is waiting to go on trial. Meanwhile, Rachel is said to be supporting the alleged victim of Joshua's crimes, "further muddying the strained loyalties and tumultuous relations within the Dolezal family." In fact, some believe it is her choice to back Joshua's alleged victim that fueled Rachel's white biological parents, Larry and Ruthanne, to finally expose her false racial identity. 

Monday, it was revealed that Rachel Dolezal was a part of another ugly legal battle, having sued historically black college Howard University in 2002 for discriminating against her for being white. 

Read the Daily Mail's full report here

Image below of Dolezal and Moore in 2000 via Daily Mail:

 

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