Pam of the R&B trio Total recently called out her ex-husband Jamie Long after he did an interview with his current wife, Cyntoia Brown-Long. Brown-Long became a media sensation after people rallied for her to be granted clemency for her prison sentence that lasted over a decade for killing a man who purchased her for sex at the age of 16.
Pam accused Long of physically and sexually assaulting her and she also alluded to being open to taking a lie detector test regarding her claims.
“How about the man who forces himself on women? Do you remember that night? You want to go there but I don’t think you really want to talk about you. So my thing is that all the lies, and I like I said to anybody else hook me up to any machine that you want to hook me up to,” Pam said in a recent video.
“But I don’t think you can sit down and be comfortable hooked to something telling all of these lies that you’re saying. And then you’re going to talk about me sleeping with women. I’ve never. And I’ve told you before. Let’s address this.”
There was a recent interview with Brown-Long and Long where the newly married couple discussed their relationship and during the conversation, Long was asked about comments that Pam had previously made regarding him.
“I think it was very selfish. I don’t know if she’s trying to reinvent her career, I don’t know what she’s trying to do,” Long told the hosts. “I think it was very selfish of her to do that. Me and my wife, we’re serious. We’re serious about what we’re doing, we’re serious about the message and I’ve been divorced from Pam for four, five years now. I just feel like it was selfish of her to come out and do something like that because it’s like you discredit what my wife is trying to do, trying to attach your name to something like this.”
Long was referring to a statement that Pam issued warning Brown-Long to be careful with Long. “This man is diabolical and he is such a manipulator,” Pam told The Neighborhood Talk. “The way this man pursued this woman is the way he did me. He came and found me using the same card, ‘He was a Christian artist.”
Pam said that she was initially hesitant about speaking on Long after being contacted by The Neighborhood Talk during the summer. However, she felt compelled to warn Brown-Long about him, as Madame Noire reports.
“I didn’t respond right away, I just let it go. I remember feeling like I needed to say something. I believe I got the OK from God to open my mouth because I was still trying my best to cover you, because that’s all I pretty much did because of you being who you are, and you know who you are,” Pam said.
“Jaime you know that you are nasty. You know that you are nasty, not just to me but you’ve been nasty to your mother, you’ve been nasty to your sister, to your brother, to your family. I’ve seen it. They see it, but they don’t speak up.”