Duane makes the claims in new divorce docs — obtained by TMZ — saying he’s concerned about her mental and emotional well-being. In the docs, Duane says Tisha had multiple breakdowns, including a “severe” episode back in August 2017, and she’s become paranoid and anxious.
Tisha’s ex also claims she’s not herself anymore and says she’s been “fabricating stories that clearly are untrue.” Duane also claims she’s been “raging” against others.
According to the docs, Duane’s legal team had to take breaks during Tisha’s deposition because she was unable to control her emotions.
A source close to Tisha calls the new allegations “nonsense” and a continuation of the “gaslighting” he did to her throughout their marriage. We’re also told Tisha’s working on a new sitcom set to debut in the fall, plus a couple of high-profile reality shows.”
Written by Veasey with King set to direct, the drama explores the lives of five African-American sisters, all officers in the NYPD, as they face the challenges of their high-risk jobs while juggling the responsibilities of marriage, motherhood and family.
Campbell-Martin will play Sgt. Anise Kendrick-Morrison, a witty, tough and outspoken patrol officer with a sharp sense of humor. She is immensely proud of her family, especially her four sisters in the NYPD. The first to join the force, she proudly patrols her own childhood neighborhood in Queens.
Campbell-Martin most recently starred as Simone Biles’ mother in the Biles biopic Courage to Soar, which aired on Lifetime this month. The pilot role also marks a return to ABC for Campbell-Martin, who starred as Damona on both seasons of Dr. Ken and as Janet opposite Damon Wayans on all five seasons of My Wife & Kids.