Paris Fury 'heartbroken' by backlash over At Home With The Furys
Paris Fury is reportedly devastated by the backlash her husband Tyson has faced over their new Netflix series.
At Home With The Furys gives a glimpse into the family’s home life including the boxer’s mental health struggles, and some viewers took issue with the way he treated her in footage aired on the show.
One viewer described his behaviour as ‘dreadful’ as another insisted Tyson’s struggles are ‘no excuse’.
Speaking to OK!, a source said: ‘Paris is heartbroken by the comments she’s seeing about Tyson.
‘She has always known he’s someone difficult to get your head around and that he can be hard work, but she didn’t expect him to receive such a bad reception from the public.
‘She’s so headstrong, so she’s finding it really hard to see so many comments taking pity on her for the way Tyson’s mental health sometimes causes him to behave.’
Paris – who is pregnant with the couple’s seventh child – has children Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson II, seven, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah, four, and two-year-old Athena with the 35-year-old star.
The docuseries shines a light on his battle with bipolar disorder, and how the resultant mood swings impact his family.
In one episode, Paris, 33, spent the day organising a welcome home party for her husband, but when he got to their mansion he threw a blanket at his wife and went straight for the family dog.
In another episode showing daughter Athena’s christening, Tyson ended up leaving the service to ‘walk the dog’.
Despite the backlash, the insider added to OK!: ‘She’s always been aware of his mental health battles. So, she didn’t expect viewers to take such a critical view of their marriage because she’s just so used to how things roll with Tyson.’
Reaction to the show has been split, with many people hailing programme as a ‘good advertisement for mental health’, with one viewer pointing out: ‘It’s not weak to suffer. Well done, Tyson.’
Others criticised him, and someone else argued: ‘Watched two episodes of this – Paris Fury is amazing, but Tyson is an absolute horror. I get he has mental health issues but it’s no excuse for the way he treats her.’
In an Instagram post following the show, Paris wrote: ‘In my eyes there’s nothing more important than being a loyal wife and a good mother, and I work really hard to ensure that Tyson and the kids are properly looked after.’
She continued: ‘Their welfare and well-being matters more to me than anything else on earth – if they’re happy, I’m happy – so I gladly devote the lion’s share of my time to those priorities.’
At Home With The Furys is available to stream on Netflix.
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