eventually + Past Simple?

The son beat (Past Simple tense) us many times and more and more worse he had with his head. Eventually he expelled us/has expelled us.?

Are the above sentences correct?

thank you

Well, the second part of 1st sentence does not make sense to me.

"… and more and more worse he had with his head "

Did he beat them with his head?

Right … none of it makes any sense to me…

Nor me…

I meant:
and more and more worse he had with his head= he was getting at having a mental disease/sth wrong with his head increasingly

so?

thank you for help to everybody

Do you mean “beat” in the sense of “physically assault”?

In what sense are you using “expelled”? Expelled from what? What is the overall context?

yes, physical assault. Probably the mentally sick son expelled/threw out his parents (us) from the house.
so, how it should be after: ‘eventually’ above?

many, many thanks

As his mental illness worsened, our son became increasingly violent towards us. Eventually he threw us out of the house.

can I also say:1. A son threw out his parents from the house.? and 2. A son threw out his parents of the house.?
instead of
A son threw his parents out of the house.

many, many thanks for all the help

#1 is awkward. #2 is wrong.