Stacey Dash wiki
Stacey Lauretta Dash (born January 20, 1966 or 1967) is an American actress and former talk show host. Dash is known for her co-starring role as Dionne Marie Davenport in the 1995 feature film Clueless and its eponymous television series. She has also appeared in films such as Moving, Mo’ Money, Renaissance Man, and View from the Top. Other television work by Dash includes appearances in series such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Single Ladies and the reality TV show Celebrity Circus. She has also appeared in music videos for Carl Thomas’ “Emotional” and Kanye West’s “All Falls Down”.
Stacey Dash Arrested Breaking News
Clueless” actress Stacey Dash was arrested for domestic violence in Florida on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019. The 52-year-old is accused of pushing her new husband Jeffrey Marty and slapping him in the face during an argument at their home in New Port Richey.
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— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) September 30, 2019
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— Robert Littal (@BSO) September 30, 2019
She remains behind bars on Monday after being detained by Pasco Sheriff’s deputies for domestic battery. Cops say the victim had red scratch marks to his upper left arm from being pushed.
— WFLA NEWS (@WFLA) September 30, 2019
Stacey Dash Early Life
Born in The Bronx borough of New York City, Dash is of Bajan, African American, and Mexican descent She is the daughter of a Mexican-American mother Linda Dash (née Lopez; d. 2017)and Dennis Dash, an African American.[Dash has a stepfather, Cecil Holmes, and a younger brother, Darien Dash, who is the founder of DME Interactive, the first publicly traded African American-led Internet company. Her first cousin is Damon Dash, the former CEO and co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records. Dash attended Paramus High School, graduating in 1985.
Stacey Lauretta Dash & Politics
Dash voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 U.S. presidential election. In 2012 she switched her party affiliation from Democratic to Republican and endorsed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. In response to derogatory online comments she received for supporting Romney, Dash stated it was her opinion and that she did not understand the vitriol. Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan thanked Dash for supporting his ticket.
Since the 2012 election, Dash has publicly expressed her political views. In April 2013, she criticized hip hop singers Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s trip to Cuba. In 2016, with regard to the debate over the use of gender-specific bathrooms, she said that transgender rights “infringe upon [her own]”. Dash writes a blog for Patheos.com. Dash supported Republican candidate Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
On February 26, 2018, Dash filed to run in California’s 44th congressional district in the 2018 Congressional Election as a Republican. On joining the race, Dash said she wanted to “free people from the shackles of a plantation mentality.” Dash withdrew from the congressional race on March 30, 2018.
Stacey Dash Married Life With Brian Lovell
Dash has been married four times and has two children. She married producer Brian Lovell on July 16, 1999 and they divorced in the mid-2000s The two have a daughter, Lola (born 2003).From 2005 to 2006,
Stacey Dash Married Life With James Maby
Dash was married to British executive James Maby, CEO of Sports Logistics.In 2007,or 2009,Dash married actor Emmanuel Xuereb. She filed for divorce in January 2010 and it was finalized in September 2011. Dash has a son named Austin, born in 1991 from her relationship with singer Christopher Williams. Dash married lawyer Jeffrey Marty on April 6, 2018, in Florida. She said that she met Marty ten days before the wedding. In addition to her two children, Dash is step-mother to three of Marty’s children.
Dash has spoken openly about past traumas in her personal life. She has at various times revealed that she was molested as a child by a family friend, was addicted to cocaine in her teens and 20s, and has a history of being with physically and emotionally abusive partners. Dash has attributed her openness with such topics to her desire to be honest with her children, feeling that being honest is the best way to protect them, and to let them and others know that she is not a victim but a survivor.She is supportive of the right to keep and bear arms, crediting the use of a gun with saving her life after being sexually assaulted at gunpoint by an ex-boyfriend, because she was able to retrieve her own weapon, a .22 revolver, and shoot at him, scaring him away.
- Christopher Williams – “Talk to Myself” (1989)
- Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson – “The Best Things in Life Are Free” (1992)
- MJG – “That Girl” (1997)
- Carl Thomas – “Emotional” (2000)
- Kanye West featuring Syleena Johnson – “All Falls Down” (2004)
- Marques Houston – “Favorite Girl” (2006)
- Rick Ross featuring Ne-Yo – “Super High” (2010)
- Emcee N.I.C.E. featuring Stacey Dash and Blake Smith – “Life of The Party” (2012)
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