I think it's a sketchy, thin line to base the few minutes of edited footage we were given to say that it was "abuse." Also, edited footage of a stressful competition for a million dollars, a competition that one had to have known would put you in tense and fearful situations.
Could he have handled it better? Sure. But she was completely ridiculous. Completely.
Abuse???? Can't see it. But again, I'm not seeing anything with them outside of the race. And, I probably have a different view on what defines abuse. I would consider it to be more of an ongoing, everyday type of behavior. I've never been in an abusive relationship of any kind with a man. I would never stand for it.
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