- Gray's daughter Aanisah claims her brother Tracy Melvin Hinds hit her mother
- She said her brother drank and harassed Gray when he was drunk
- Aanisah was granted a restraining order ahead of a hearing on February 27
Macy Gray's daughter Aanisah Hinds has accused her brother of hitting her mother and attacking her and her boyfriend.
Hinds filed a motion for a restraining order against Gray's son, Tracy Melvin Hinds, 28, in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Aanisah, 29, wrote in her filing that “Tracy had a physical altercation with my mother,” according to documents obtained by Page Six.
She also claimed in court documents that her brother Tracy became physically violent towards her and her boyfriend after they tried to defend Gray (real name: Natalie McIntyre), who insulted some fans with allegedly transphobic comments in 2022.
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Macy Gray's daughter Aanisah Hinds accused her brother of beating their mother as she filed for a restraining order in court; Gray will be seen in Cleveland, Ohio in 2022
Aanisah, 29, wrote in her filing that her brother “Tracy [Melvin Hinds] got into a physical altercation with my mother,” according to documents obtained by Page Six; Gray is pictured with her son Tracy in LA in 2016
She also claimed in court documents that her brother was physically violent toward her and her boyfriend after they tried to defend Gray; Aanisah is pictured with her mother in 2012
Gray shares Aanisah and Tracy, as well as her 27-year-old daughter Happy Hinds, with her ex-husband Tracy Hinds, whom she was married to from 1996 to 1998 before becoming famous.
Aanisah, Tracy and another daughter, Happy Hinds, 27, with her ex-husband Tracy Hinds
Her daughter Aanisah was subsequently granted a restraining order, which will be reconsidered at a hearing scheduled for February 27.
According to Gray's daughter, Tracy followed [Gray] and harassed her like he always does when he drinks on Saturday January 27th.
She also wrote that her boyfriend, Cornel Pearson, tried to intervene, but her brother allegedly hit him in retaliation.
“We waited for the police to arrive while he continued to knock on the doors of our rooms seeking confrontation,” she claimed.
According to Aanisah, Tracy “harassed” family members while they waited for police to arrive and the confrontation escalated when he allegedly “pushed” them.
Gray's daughter claimed police recommended she apply for a restraining order upon her arrival.
According to Gray's daughter, Tracy (pictured) followed. [Gray] and molested her like he always does when he drinks.' She said he “knocked” on their doors while they waited for police to arrive and allegedly “pushed” her.
Gray's daughter claimed that police recommended she apply for a restraining order upon her arrival because she allegedly couldn't do anything without video evidence
Although Aanisah's restraining order was apparently just for herself, she claimed that Gray “wants” it too. [Tracy] gone and will confirm it'; Gray pictured in London in June 2022
They allegedly said they couldn't do anything without video evidence of their brother's attacks on Gray, themselves or their boyfriend.
In her filing, Aanisah made it clear that she regularly feared for her safety around Tracy as he was allegedly abusive “every time he drinks,” which she typically did “monthly.”
She also said she did not want her brother to be able to enter her home because she feared for the safety of her unborn child, who is due in September.
Although Aanisah's restraining order was apparently just for herself, she claimed that Gray “wants” it too. [Tracy] gone and will confirm it.'