My hope is that I never feel the need to defend myself publicly against his public rants, accusations, half truths, and lies, for these are the traits of an addict and those dealing with mental illness. Karrine Steffans and Columbus Short are officially joined together in loving matrimony-dom…and few people even realized they knew each other…much less that they were in a serious relationship!Short's acting debut came as a dancer in You Got Served and he later appeared in Accepted, starring Justin Long.He then took lead roles in the direct-to-DVD movie Save the Last Dance 2 alongside Izabella Miko and Stomp the Yard.Now one of the most-sought emerging talents in Hollywood, Columbus can next be seen in a lead role, alongside Lauren London and Mekhi Phifer, in a holiday film called This Christmas (2007).After getting kicked out for allegedly cheating on his wife, Karrine Steffans, actor Columbus Short revealed during a radio interview that he and the former video vixen never legally married.According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Steffans alleged her husband “kicked their bedroom door down in a drunken rage.” and in a separate incident, also accused Short of threatening her 18-year-old son.
First, she posted a quote along with the hashtag #Meet The Shorts: “I want you. I want you for the rest of my life, and even that seems a little too short.” She then posted an image of Short with this caption: “”He is I and I am him, slim with the tilted brim…” ? Whether impersonating relatives, dancing or just making people laugh, everyone sensed something special about the boy.Fortunately, his family later relocated to Los Angeles where, by his early teens. Columbus landed work in such television commercial campaigns as "Mountain Dew", "Denny's Restaurant", "Nike" and "Pizza Hut", to name a few.He is best known for his roles in the films Stomp the Yard, Cadillac Records, Armored, and The Losers.He previously starred as a series regular in the ABC drama Scandal, as Harrison Wright.As a senior in high school, he was offered an opportunity to graduate two months early in order to see the world with the traveling production of the Broadway show, "Stomp!