Juanita Bynum is back in the news again. Her publicist, Amy Malone, recently issued a public statement denying that she is in counseling with her estranged husband, Bishop Thomas Weeks. The statement was released through Essence Magazine, with whom Bynum appears to have formed a relationship after appearing on the cover earlier this year.
"Juanita Bynum would like to make it very clear that she is not in counseling with Bishop Thomas Weeks III, nor are there any talks of reconciliation as stated in the false article written by Doug Campbell," Malone said in the statement.
"As Dr Bynum has stated in the past, she feels that reconciliation with her estranged husband could be a tremendous testimony to the body of Christ; however that is not the case at this time."
In the release, Juanita Bynum's publicist also stated that she has cut ties with the Weeks family and that she was invited by one of members of Bishop Week's family to speak at a conference in Barbados. Bynum's publicist described her as "an anointed woman of God, and called to be a voice to the nation."
Juanita Bynum's marriage has been the source of public curiosity as of late, as she has been accused of marketing her allegedly abusive marriage for personal gain. Shortly after her husband, Bishop Thomas Weeks was accused of choking and stomping her, Bynum described herself as the "face of domestic violence". This led to an outcry by the Black American public and the Black Gospel community, many of whom felt that she was not sincere in her disposition.
Watch the video below as Juanita Bynum gets into a heated argument with Sheryl Underwood on BET: