Keke Palmer looks TEARFUL while cradling son Leodis as she steps out for the first time since receiving temporary sole custody


Actress Keke Palmer has been spotted for the first time since she was granted a restraining order against ex-boyfriend Darius Jackson and sole custody of their son.

It comes after shocking surveillance footage surfaced allegedly showing him viciously beating her at home.

Palmer looking tearful

‘Nope’ star Palmer was spotted on Saturday leaving her home in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Studio City, holding her young son Leodis.

The actress, accompanied by her entourage, put on a brave face but appeared to hold back tears as she left the residence.

READ ALSO: KeKe Palmer files shocking surveillance camera IMAGES ‘of ex Darius Jackson beating her’

She wore a T-shirt touting Super Bowl XXVIII, the 1994 contest in which the Dallas Cowboys bested the Buffalo Bills, along with yellow sweat pants and chunky clogs.

Why she looked tearful

Walking carefully down stairs, the actress looked solemn as she left her Studio City home.

A member of her entourage was seen putting a comforting arm around her as she made her way to her vehicle.

The group were carrying bags as they surrounded the starlet who made her way into the vehicle.

Palmer alleged in civil court documents this week that she suffered physical and emotional abuse at the hands of Jackson, with whom she shares son Leodis.

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