The breakup of the nearly 20 year marriage between NBA legend Scottie Pippen and his wife, Larsa heated up on Wednesday when 911 calls surfaced of Pippen's wife tearfully telling dispatchers he was getting aggressive.
In the newly released 911 calls, Larsa is heard calling police after a fight with her husband last month, tearfully asking for help.
In the background, Scottie can be heard joining the conversation. His wife eventually tells police not to come after all. Then, three days later, another call.
"My husband's gotten crazy again with me," she is heard saying.
"And what do you mean your husband has gotten crazy with you again?" the dispatcher said.
"He's breaking things and just staring at me," Larsa said.
Two weeks after the 911 calls were made, Scottie filed for divorce.
The couple has four children together and are used to a life in the spotlight
In the divorce filings obtained by ABC News, he claims "the marriage is irretrievably broken" and asked the court "not to award alimony in any form."
He's also seeking "ultimate responsibility of the children," adding he wants to move them from their Fort Lauderdale mansion back to Chicago.
911 calls released of Larsa Pippen saying Scottie was 'aggressive'