Australian Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini has addressed the “wife basher” allegations that have been used to tarnish his reputation. In an interview with New Zealand commentator Chantelle Baker on her Operation People YouTube channel, Avi finally sets the record straight about the true nature of the domestic abuse charges that have been weaponized against him.
Avi emphatically denies the claim that he is a “woman basher,” stating that he has never hit a woman, including his ex-wife. He explains that he pleaded guilty to a crime he didn’t commit in order to “close an open domestic violence case” and see his children. Avi made the difficult decision to prioritize his children over his pride, knowing that fighting in the courts to clear his name could mean not seeing them for several years.
The toxic environment of Avi’s previous marriage escalated during the divorce process. He emphasizes the toxicity of his first marriage, which lasted about ten years, and the unforeseen challenges that arose when he entered a new relationship with his current wife. Avi’s book, “A Rebel From The Start,” provides him with the opportunity to address these false allegations publicly and shed light on the challenges faced by men during relationship breakdowns.
Avi hopes to be a voice for men who find themselves in similar situations and bring attention to the high male suicide rate that he believes is influenced by the current system. By confronting the biggest lie spread about him, Avi aims to initiate conversations on important issues that are rarely talked about.
Avi’s New Zealand book tour, scheduled for August in Auckland and Wellington, will provide an opportunity for fans to meet him and obtain signed copies of his book. During the tour, Avi plans to share his side of the story and bring attention to the struggles faced by men in society.
In conclusion, Avi Yemini has finally addressed the false allegations made against him and hopes to bring attention to important issues surrounding men’s experiences during relationship breakdowns. Through his book and upcoming New Zealand book tour, Avi aims to start conversations and be a voice for those who face similar challenges.