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Actress LisaRaye recently appeared on a forthcoming episode of TV One’s Uncensored where she shared that her former co-star (All of Us) and friend Duane Martin broke up her marriage to Michael Misick.

“When I introduced them [Michael Misick and Duane Martin] that was one of the worst things I could have ever did,” LisaRaye said.

LisaRaye and Duane Martin

LOS ANGELES, CA – MARCH 02: Actors LisaRaye McCoy-Misick (L) and Duane Martin present the award for “Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series” onstage during the 38th annual NAACP Image Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on March 2, 2007 in Los Angeles, California.

“Somehow within that relationship, I lost my husband to Duane Martin and they became better friends than what me and my husband did, and I couldn’t understand that for the love of God.”

“He became disrespectful with introducing my husband to different women and women that we actually knew,” LisaRaye continued.

LisaRaye and Duane Martin

HOLLYWOOD – JUNE 28: LisaRaye and Dwane Martin introduce Omarion onstage at the BET Awards 05 at the Kodak Theatre on June 28, 2005 in Hollywood, California.

During the episode, LisaRaye also admitted that she had married a “playboy.” She explained that when she decided to take Misick’s hand in marriage and also become the First Lady of Turks and Caicos it was hard because she was isolated. LisaRaye also shared that she had given up her acting career during that time.

Michael Misick and LisaRaye

NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 25: Premier Michael E. Misick (L) and his wife Lisa Raye McCoy-Misick (R) attend The Elton John AIDS Foundation’s sixth annual benefit “An Enduring Vision” at The Waldorf Astoria Hotel on September 25, 2007 in New York City.

In addition to grappling with her new transition as First Lady, LisaRaye couldn’t believe that Duane Martin, the actresses’ former best friend, would play a role in the demise of her two-year marriage. The episode of Uncensored with LisaRaye airs on Sunday at 9/8C on TV One. Check out the clip below.

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