After reports of an almost-altercation with Isaiah Washington on the Grey’s Anatomy set, it seems that Grey’s Anatomy star, Dr. McDreamy may be a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of sorts. New reports surfaced today which accused the actor with abusing his first wife. Rochelle Parker, married Patrick Dempsey when he was 21, (she was 47). She alleges that Dempsey ‘broke her finger in a car door and further charged that “while we were on the set of his  movie ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ he beat me up because he wanted to see what it was like to beat a woman”. When reached for comment, Parker denied the accusations stating, “she had been advised to make those accusations and others — which she now says are false”. She also went on to say that she has forgiven Patrick Dempsey.
I have a hard time believing this story..I mean..anyone who saw Patrick Dempsey in “Can’t Buy Me Love” knows he weighed about 120 and kinda nerdy..hardly capable of beating a woman..just for the thrill of it.
Read the full MSNBC after the cut
Rochelle “Rocky” Parker claimed that Dempsey once broke her finger in a car door and further charged that “while we were on the set of his  movie ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ he beat me up because he wanted to see what it was like to beat a woman,” the tab is reporting.
Dempsey and Parker married in 1987, when he was 21 and she was 47. She filed for divorce in 1991, citing “irreconcilable differences,” reportedly after he told her that he had met another woman.
Now, Parker is distancing herself from those accusations. After the Enquirer contacted Dempsey’s rep for comment, Parker released a statement saying that during the messy divorce she had been advised to make those accusations and others — which she now says are false.
Only days earlier, however, Parker reportedly discussed the alleged beating with the Enquirer, which quotes her as saying, “After [the alleged violence on the set of ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’] he never beat me up again” and also added that she had forgiven Dempsey because forgiveness is “the only thing that really heals us.”