DJ E Feezy Ordered To Complete Domestic Violence Program For Alleged Abuse

Miami, FL – A woman who accused DJ E Feezy — real name Eric Sanders — of cheating on his fiancée reportedly found herself on the other end of the artist’s wrath.

According to the JasmineBRAND, he’s been ordered to complete a domestic violence program for allegedly strangling and beating the woman, Kylie Williams.

Court documents reportedly state the alleged incident occurred in November after Williams revealed on Instagram that she’d been having a five-year-long affair with the Love & Hip Hop Miami affiliate.

She admits she foolishly believed his relationship with educator/model Aisha Thalia was over but when the couple had their child, she said she then realized he’d been lying all along.

As a result of the Instagram reveal, Sanders allegedly called Williams and threatened her life. Eventually, she says he confronted her at her apartment, attacked her and strangled her with both hands until she almost lost consciousness. Once Williams escaped, he reportedly chased her down to apologize.

He spent a week in Miami-Dade Corrections on felony charges of battery, domestic abuse and strangulation.

As stated on the Miami-Dade County Clerk website, Williams filed a Stay Away Order in January and Sanders entered a not guilty plea shortly after.

On August 8, Judge John Schlesinger sentenced him to two years of probation. DJ E Feezy Ordered To Complete Domestic Violence Program For Alleged Abuse
In an Instagram Live post Williams shared this year, she talked about the attack.

“I made it,” she wrote. “6 months since the attack and here I am. Making it. Still going, still dealing with things but never giving up. this is for me and ALL the women especially those who aren’t in the position to get justice.” 

DJ E Feezy Ordered To Complete Domestic Violence Program For Alleged Abuse

*A earlier report of this story identified DJ E Feezy as a Roc Nation artist. A rep for the company tells UK Hip HopTalk that while DJ E Feezy has artists signed to the label, he himself is not contractually affiliated with any of the brands.