Steve Harvey’s Ex-Wife Speaks Out: Alleges Steve Had A Mistress + Steve Responds

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Steve and Mary

Popular comedian, radio/television personality and author (Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment), Steve Harvey’s ex-wife, Mary Harvey, speaks out.

Steve & Marjorie

Steve has been married three times and has four biological children. Steve and Mary have one child together, were married for 16 years and divorced in 2005. Steve and Marjorie Bridges, his current wife, married in 2007. Steve and Mary Harvey were married for 16 years. Steve is now married to Marjorie Harvey. Mary has decided to break her silence and provide a different perspective on Steve’s public image.

Part 1: At the 2:53 mark, Mary begins to share how she met Steve Harvey.


Part 2: Mary discusses how she discovered that Steve had a long-term mistress. She also discusses how Marjorie, Steve’s current wife, was introduced to their relationship.


Peep the letter from the alleged mistress:

Letter Source: theybf.com

So what does Steve Harvey have to say about this? He tweeted, “I don’t respond to lies….God just keeps blessing and covering me….ISAHIA 54:17” (Did he pull the Jesus Card?)

  • Askoku

    Why does the caption repeat itself? Steve always talks about his infidelity on his show, especially his bitter divorces. Why now is this woman breaking her “silence”? What more can she tell us about Steve Harvey? The reason why he knows so much because he’s been the “dawg” many times in his past relationships.

    • AKAtude

      What is Mary Harvey’s purpose of speaking out after all these years and why does she deem it nessicary to share a letter from a mistress. Steve has always said he was a DOG. Can Mary still be that bitter after all these years. If she is haboring angry towards Steve, then she is cutting her blessings.

      • thejasminebrand

        I don’t know if I necessarily agree. I mean hell, he discusses relationships and dishes out advice to others, so he should be subjected to what he teaches (even if it was from his past marriage). Also, they were married for 16 years, a long a$$ time. If I was married to someone for 16 years, I would probably have a hard time “getting over it and moving on” too. I just probably wouldn’t have released a video…I’d do something more lucrative and write a book ;-)

  • Anonymous

    When life throws you curve balls and. It will it’s usually a less to be learned know it’s time to move forward