Steve Harvey sued by ex-wife for $60 million dollars

Funnyman Steve Harvey doesn't have a lot to laugh about lately.

On top of dealing with his infamous "no pop-ins" memo, the comedian and talk show host has now been hit with a $60 million lawsuit from his second ex-wife, Mary Harvey. 

TMZ reports that Mary Harvey filed a lawsuit against her famous ex-husband on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, though they've been divorced since 2005. Mary is alleging that her life was ruined as a result of the split, which has caused her to have suicidal thoughts and to "self-medicate to cope." 

TMZ also points out that the lawsuit was filed by Mary's "civil rights activist" rather than a lawyer and that she is accusing Steve of "child endangerment, torture, conspiracy against rights, kidnapping, murder, breach of contract and intentional infliction of emotional distress." 

The lawsuit describes Mary's post-divorce emotional state in bizarre terms—stating, for example, "soul murder." According to E! News, the legal filing defines "soul murder" as "a combination of torture, deprivation and brainwashing." 

But as The New York Daily News points out, Mary already received a significant settlement in the 2005 divorce. She walked away with "three homes in the property settlement," as well as "$40,000 each month through March 2009" and "an additional $1.5 million." 

This is not the first time Mary has come after the Family Feud host since their split. E! News also reports that in April, Mary took to YouTube claiming that "she never received her divorce settlement" and accusing Steve of a slew of complaints similar to the current lawsuit. 

"Steve Harvey owes me $50 million and I want him arrested for violating my civil rights. I want him charged with a constitutional rights violation, falsifying documents, perjury, contempt of court, embezzlement, extortion and collusion. For what he's done to me, I want to see Steve Harvey behind bars," Mary said. 

Steve Harvey has not yet commented on the matter.