Keke Palmer's Mom Speaks Out as Actress Is Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Darius Jackson

Keke Palmer shares an 8-month-old son with Darius Jackson

<p>Leon Bennett/Getty</p> Keke Palmer

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Keke Palmer

Keke Palmer's mom is speaking out after the star accused her ex-boyfriend Darius Jackson of domestic violence.

The Superior Court of Los Angeles responded to the Nope actress’s filings on Thursday for both a domestic violence restraining order against Darius and a request for sole custody of their 8-month-old son Leodis "Leo" Andrellton, granting her a temporary restraining order plus temporary sole custody with no visitation rights for Darius.

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On Thursday, the actress's mom Sharon Palmer posted an Instagram video in defense of her daughter, specifically directing a message toward Darius and his brother, Insecure actor Sarunas Jackson, who reportedly called Keke "the most disgusting, vile, abusive, manipulative person I have EVER encountered in my entire life" in a since-deleted Twitter post.

“I dare you [to] mess with my family. Family means everything to me! You and your family act like sociopaths… like the world can’t see it. You are phony!” Sharon captioned her Instagram video. “I saw you from day one. My daughter is kind and our family treated you with kindness, and this is how you treat it. I won’t take this laying down anymore. I’M DONE!”

<p>Leon Bennett/Getty; Paras Griffin/Getty </p> Sarunas Jackson, Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson

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Sarunas Jackson, Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson

Sharon said in the video: “I went to Sarunas over a year ago and told him that his brother was abusive to my daughter. And he said, ‘Well, I used to be like that too.’ So now he’s posting on Twitter like he’s this special guy when we know he’s the biggest f---boy in Hollywood.” She also claimed that Sarunas, 33, is “disrespectful to women just like his brother."

In the comment section of a Shade Room Instagram post about Sharon's video, Sarunas responded, saying, "I have NEVER been abusive to any of the women I ever been involved with."

"I'm not going to keep on with this circus. But Sharon, the world is about to hear YOUR VOICE. Very soon. And the threats you made to my family," he claimed. "Be well everyone.. I know it's easy to get caught up in this but make no mistake that all of this is VERY sad."

<p>Paras Griffin/Getty Images (2)</p> Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson

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Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson

A hearing is set to take place in Los Angeles Dec. 5. Until then, Darius, 30, must stay more than 100 yards away from Keke Palmer, 30, and their son, and is prohibited from all contact with them.

In her filing, Palmer alleged that on Sunday, Nov. 5, “Darius trespassed into my home without my knowledge or consent, threatened me, then physically attacked me — lunging for my neck, striking me, throwing me over the couch, and stealing my phone when I told him I was going to call the police.”

The documents also included screenshots of what appears to be security footage of the alleged incident. Reps and lawyers for Palmer have not responded to PEOPLE's requests for comment, and Darius's rep had no comment when reached by PEOPLE.

According to the court documents, Palmer's mother Sharon is listed as a witness who can corroborate the actress’s allegations of abuse, which allegedly occurred over a two-year period.

Sharon is cited as one of the witnesses to the alleged Nov. 5 incident detailed in Palmer's request for restraining order filing. “Both my mother, Sharon Palmer, and my sister, Lawrencia Palmer, who was upstairs in my home and came running down to help me after she heard me screaming, can provide corroborating testimony as to this event,” it read.

Darius also posted on X Thursday amid the news, including a photo of himself holding Leo and a caption that read, “I love you son. See you soon."

If you are experiencing domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233, or go to All calls are toll-free and confidential. The hotline is available 24/7 in more than 170 languages.

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