Dominic Monaghan: “Matthew Fox beats women”

If you’re a Lost fan this may seem like a time warp, but there’s some drama going on between Dominic Monaghan and Matthew Fox. The two actors played the characters Jack (Fox) and Charlie (Monaghan) who always seemed to be at odds.

Although Dominic Monaghan’s character was killed off early on the in the series he took away enough of an impression from Matthew Fox to have a very strong opinion about how Matthew Fox treats women. When a fan, Becca, tweeted at Dominic to persuade his Lost costar to join the social network, Monaghan tweeted back, “He beats women. No thanks.”

In clear anguish, Fox’s super fan Becca replied to Monaghan’s tweet writing in a state of clear rage, “I KNOW IT WAS WRONG BUT WHAT?! WHAT ABOUT ALL THOSE GOOD TIMES YOU HAD TOGETHER?!” After this tweet, Monaghan responded calmly, tweeting back, “How do you know we ever did? You don’t know either of us. He beats women. Not isolated incidents. Often. Not interested.”

When another fan accused Monaghan of making up things based on TMZ related reports, and hoping Fox sues the actor for defamation, Dominic responded one last time over the Matthew Fox situation, tweeting, “It’s very difficult to sue someone for speaking the truth.”

It’s already said that Fox has a dark past even though there hasn’t been any allegations of how he treats women on a regular basis. Earlier in the month Fox was arrested for driving under the influence, and while DUI’s are common amongst the celebrity world, this wasn’t Fox’s only run in with the law. The only public allegation made against Fox that the media knows of is a bizarre incident in August of 2011, which involved Fox allegedly punching a woman in the breasts and groin.

As far as problems in his marriage, the actor has been accused of cheating on his wife with a stripper, and a Hollywood blind item tied him to a string of strippers and hookers in Hollywood over the years.

What do you think of these allegations made by Dominic Monaghan? Should he have stayed quiet or was it better for him to bring awareness to the actor’s problem?