Big-Dicked Gay Porn Star Tyce Jax Arrested For Beating His Boyfriend (Again)

Posted January 3, 2017 by with 41 comments

tyce-jax-pornIt’s only the third day of the new year, but we already have our first “arrested gay porn star” news of 2017. And, in keeping with tradition, this gay porn star has (of course) already been arrested for the exact same crime five times before. As Project Q Atlanta is reporting, big-dicked gay porn star Tyce Jax (new mugshot, above) has been arrested for beating, choking, and pulling a knife on his boyfriend in their Atlanta home. This is the same boyfriend who Tyce Jax (legal name Jared Velazquez) was arrested for beating and leaving unconscious back in 2015.

Velazquez, 31, was arrested Nov. 25 after allegedly attacking Bobby Hamill in their Lenox Road duplex, according to court documents. Velazquez allegedly hit Hamill several times, threw him to the ground and threatened him with a knife during the altercation shortly after midnight, according to an Atlanta police arrest affidavit.

Coincidentally, it was gay porn that allegedly led to the attack:

Velazquez – who has performed in gay sex films – apparently became enraged when he found Hamill watching porn on an iPad.

“[Hamill] stated he was watching porn on his iPad Pro when Mr. Velazquez asked him, ‘Do you really need to do that?’ Mr. Hamill added he then went to the restroom and heard a loud noise. He came out of the restroom and asked Mr. Velazquez what was the noise and they began arguing,” according to the arrest affidavit.

According to the police report, Jax smashed the iPad, and the boyfriend threw a glass bowl at him. Then, Jax began hitting and choking his boyfriend up against a wall, and threatening him with a knife. Because Jax was on probation for his prior domestic violence arrest one year ago, he’ll likely face several years in prison on the new charge, battery family violence. He was released from jail on bond. More of the incident and arrest details are at Project Q.

  • BlkManLuvsPorn

    This is sad on many levels. It’s obvious Jared has anger management issues. And his boyfriend, Bobby, is just as stupid for staying with him knowing he has this type of behavior. (Battered wife syndrome)

    Jared’s dick must be that good for Bobby to continue to stay with him! LOL

    • oocman

      Ouch! too soon! 😉

    • FieldMedic

      I believe they call that “Being dickmatized”

    • Xzamilloh

      All that good dick attached to crazy… no thanks. I’ll take average and sane over batshit with anaconda. Long term, anyway… give me batshit on vacation and leave a fake number and friend him on Facebook with an account I’ll be closing in a month or two.

  • Todd

    Fool me once, shame on you …
    Fool me twice, shame on me …

    • Dazzer

      Oh come on.

      No one models in gay porn or watches it because they want to show off their IQ. (And I include myself and everyone else here – with the obvious exception of sxg – in that satement.)

      Luvs ya sxg – Happy New Year.

    • Marik Ishtar

      So I take it you won’t be re-auditioning for Men? That’s too bad.

  • Scrapple

    There’s no reason why you should be letting someone put their hands on you, let alone choke you out. Multiple times.
    https://media1.giphy.com/media/f3KvJesiMEUzC/200.gif#3

    • Zealot

      I was going to post some usual snark, but this stopped me cold. I’m a social worker after all, and this is dead-on right. Thanks for posting this. We sometimes forget that domestic violence can and does occur in all kinds of homes. HUGE PROPS Scrapple.

      • Xzamilloh

        Same here… had to delete a post of mine that in poor taste after I read Scrapple’s comment

        • sanfv

          Same.

      • Scrapple

        I was also going the snark route, but I saw that gif and had to change course. It’s sad to think how many people normalize this type of behavior and think it’s okay. People can only treat you in a manner that you allow. At some point you have to have enough courage, determination and self-worth to say “I’m better than this.”

    • Tim

      seems that someone did do something this time. I hope it sticks.

  • Dazzer

    Well, it’s nice he’s got his resume ready for his Lucas audition early in the year.

    If only he could murder someone in the next two weeks, he’d be a shoo-in as an exclusive.

    • S .

      Only if Men.com doesn’t snatch him up first.

  • Marik Ishtar

    I pray that I will never understand how a person can take back the man who beat them into unconsciousness. They both need help to sort out their lives. Perhaps this time they’ll get it.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9cb17bdceeb236fe906ee15f7fb1060fc3b6ad02c0f7279ccc6f272d0f92261e.jpg

    • Zealot

      Marik…I’ve worked so many cases like this gay, and straight. I can say that there is a psychology to a battered person’s actions in taking back their abuser. It’s very complicated and doesn’t make sense to the outsider looking in at the relationship. Batterers are usually very adept at identifying the kind of person to bring into a relationship, then in isolating them and starting to undermine their self-confidence, and isolating them from their network of friends and family, (and finances). They can have their victim believing their punishment is their own fault, and if they just did as they were asked, things would be wonderful. It’s an insidious process and all but cripples the victim and dooms them to a cycle of violence, fear, isolation, and forgiveness which if unbroken can end with one or the other’s death. I know it doesn’t seem to make sense that someone who is abused would take back their abuser time after time, but it happens more often than not. And that makes working in domestic rescue situations tough. I’ve seen victims who were rescued and had set up successful lives in other towns, come back to their abuser, all because of the psychological mindset that informs their thinking– it usually feels to them that they are the ones who failed their partners, husbands and boyfriends; and because of that, it’s up to them to make it right. And let’s not forget the women who batter and abuse their partners, gay and straight as well. This isn’t limited to men only. It’s hard to maintain sympathy for victims who do this sometimes, but even though it may not end well, all we can do is try to support and understand and continue to intervene when possible. I will say this, in such cases where a partner or parent has custody of children, I’ve had to remove them when they refuse to leave a violent home. Children exposed to domestic violence can carry that trauma for years. That’s the part that makes this most difficult for me. When a parent puts the welfare of an abuser ahead that of their children. That’s when I usually have to step in and recommend to a judge that the children come out of the home.

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  • sanfv

    man, what a crazy start for the new year. 2017 is going to be weird as fuck. But all the news, tea and shade will be lit as fuck here!

  • Maximus

    I see that many of you are confused as to why Bobby would stay with Jared after the latter’s arrest in 2015. Allow me to explain.

    Often times, intimate partner violence (IPV) is accompanied by other forms of abuse. These can be barriers to escaping the relationship. One of the most common is financial abuse. Batterers frequently seek to make their victims entirely dependent upon them for support. Early on in the relationship, before any physical abuse has occurred, the batterer may systematically limit the victim’s access to money. The batterer may insist that the victim stop working and that the two of them pool their financial resources. Typically, the batterer will take control of the banking so that the victim cannot access funds independently. Terminating the relationship would require that the victim move and find a job in order to support himself/herself. This is easier said than done.

    Furthermore, batterers often seek to isolate their victims socially. The batterer may insist that the victim stop socializing alone with friends and restrict the victim’s access to family members. This can damage the victim’s other interpersonal relationships. By dismantling those support networks, the batterer makes it even more difficult for the victim to leave and sustain himself/herself independently.

    Lastly, when IPV takes the former of intimate partner terrorism—as I suspect is the case for Jared and Bobby—there is a substantial amount of intimidation and psychological conditioning involved in the dynamic. Acts of violence and frequent threats of even more severe harm may lead the victim to be convinced that any attempt to end the relationship will incite the batterer to kill the victim.

    In theory, the government and other institutions should intervene in cases of intimate partner terrorism. Thanks to federalism, law enforcement policies regarding domestic violence responses—i.e., what justifies arrest or police protection—differ across jurisdictions. Some departments actually do not regard violating a restraining order or stalking as causes for arrest. That means that the victim could receive little to no protection from the batterer in the event that the former tried to leave the latter, even after securing a restraining order.

    In terms of domestic abuse shelters, they are often very temporary due to high demand. Victims can rarely count on having a bed for more than a month. That is not a reasonable time limit for establishing a new life. The fact that Bobby is a man also limits his options, as there are far fewer men’s shelters. Furthermore, shelter’s are often ill-equipped to house same-sex IPV victims because batterers may pose as an abused partner in order to be admitted to the shelter for the sake of further terrorizing the victim.

    We should not be so quick to judge victims of IPV. “Just leave” is often not a viable option.

    • Zealot

      You and I must have been psychically linked just now. I posed a lot of the same info as a response to Marik’s comment!

      • Maximus

        I just saw that too! C’mon gay telepathy!

    • Dazzer

      Thank you for posting that.

      My best friend was the victim of domestic abuse – and I was trying to find all the words to describe how that abuse happens.

      The abuse is never just physical.

      Even though his boyfriend was trying to isolate my friend, I refused to let it happen. But even then, I couldn’t prevent my friend from having the crap beaten out of him (and him occasionally beating the hell out of his boyfriend). And I was offering my friend a place to stay (with his dogs) and some money to survive on. It was never a case of ‘just get out of there’. I offered him an escape route and financial as well as emtional support.

      But he couldn’t make the emotional and intellectual leap to escape his abuse fo a couple of years.

      It is never a simple situation.

      Thank you again for posting your comment. People should read it.

      • Maximus

        I’m glad to hear that your friend was eventually able to leave. I applaud you for being so supportive of him. Anyone would be lucky to have you as a friend.

        • Dazzer

          Thank you.

  • Knightgee

    In moments like this, I like to remind folks that abuse is a pattern of behaviors and that a victim who doesn’t leave isn’t simply stupid or stubborn, but often caught in a cycle of deliberate manipulation and isolation. This is especially potent for gay people as support systems like family may be something they’re already alienated from. They’re made to feel like the abuse is their fault, like they always provoke violent reactions and thus deserve to be harmed. The abuse also often happens interspersed between periods of calm and seemingly loving care from the abusive partner. These honeymoon phases keep the victim off-balance by lulling them into a state of belief that the abuse has ended only for the smallest altercation to provoke another incident. Most importantly, the moment when victims choose to leave is often the moment where the worst,most life-threatening physical abuse happens and when they are most at risk. Add to this that victims often are forced to be dependent on their abuser both emotionally and financially, so it’s not as simple as choosing to leave and then doing it.

    Finally, the stigma of being a man caught in an abusive relationship means an internalized belief that because men are rarely seen as victims of intimate partner violence, they must be weak if they are. The shame aides in them thinking the situation must simply be normal arguments and fights between two equals gone overboard, even when it’s clear that one of them is more keen to react with violence than the other is. All of this is to say that it’s easy to judge people who’ve been abused for staying, but their situations are rarely as clear and easy for them as it seems to judgmental outsiders.

  • pangelboy

    According to the Project Q article he strangled his boyfriend before until the guy passed out. He then woke up and screamed for help. Enough should be enough. I hope that his boyfriend Hamill has the necessary support to extract himself from a situation that seems like its going to lead to someone’s death. Sad all around.

  • Jealousy is so stupid, violence is unforgivable.

  • Dazzer

    (On an entirely facetious note here, Zach, my real-life job involves me doing recaps of Celebrity Big Brother in the UK, which launched tonight. It’s a mind-bogglingly empty occupation.

    So, on one hand I’m watching vacuuous z-list celebrities and taking notes and trying to make jokes about them. On the other, I’m reading a gay porn blog and reading incredibly intelligent comments about how human beings exist in misery – and overcome it. And with good advice about how people can escape an abusive relationship.

    You start the year as you mean to go on, Mr Sire.

    One finds more intelligent and informed comments here than one does on the BBC or the Guardian.

    We’ve got to put you up for a Pulitzer before the year is out, Sire. We seriously do.)

  • Victor

    I hope this doesn’t’ turn into a OJ and Nicole situation.

  • sxg

    Well this is a damn shame. This boyfriend needs to get away from Tyce for good.

    Props to Ryan Rose’s ex boyfriends for learning when to leave and not stick around for another round of abuse.

  • n24rc

    The guy clearly looks like a meth head in the headshot. It’s really sad to see a young gorgeous guy in the prime of his life wasting it away on meth. There’s a larger story here than simple domestic abuse, I assume from the photo.

    • Goodboy

      Drugs were mentioned and I can imagine meth is the culprit.

  • Pertinax

    These people don’t know how to keep a relationship, how to live in peace, how to be happy and make their partners happy too. The expression ” low life ” fits like a glove for people like them .

  • planetwingnuttia

    Time to leave this guy…take your belongings and move out….do not contact him again.do not get with him again.

    • R.A.M.J

      The time to leave was after the very first incident

  • R.A.M.J

    Why did he go back to his ass after leaving him unconscious?

  • Nordschleife

    I take it the abuser must have had a low self esteem moment since this incident commenced with his partner watching porn. Or maybe it was a Narcissus complex and he the abuser felt how hcould he find satisfaction in anyone but him. Very sad.

  • Ninja0980

    For those saying Bobby needs to leave (he does), keep in mind as much danger as he is now, he’ll be in even more danger when he leaves and Jared doesn’t have his 24/7 punching bag/abuse victim around.
    The most likely time for a victim of abuse to be murdered is when they finally leave the relationship.
    So for those wondering why Bobby hasn’t left, that is the best reason (among others) why.

  • Chris Lawson

    2015

    “Mr. Hamill stated that he was unable to breath and blacked out while the suspect continued to strike him with his fists and bite him. Mr. Hamill stated that he regained consciousness when he began screaming for help,” according to an incident report”

    he beat his ass a reported 5 fucking times and probably numerous other times and the bitch still with this psycho. These thirsty queens will do anything for dick.

  • Erna

    We want to perform oral love on Tyve – front-al and rear-al!