Tisha Campbell-Martin expresses her happiness after moving out of the home she shared with Duane Martin for years.
Living in a house that brought about a lot of pain in her life is quite traumatizing and can leave you feeling down. Tisha Campbell-Martin is happy that she no longer has to experience feeling that way, as she officially moved out of the house she shares with estranged husband, Duane Martin.
In a video she shared on Instagram, she revealed how happy she is to finally let go of the house.
"Yo, one time, this person asked me: 'This house is beautiful. What more could you want?' and I said, 'Happiness.' I'm free. I don't live here no more. I am free y'all. I'm so happy."
Indeed, Tisha Campbell-Martin is free. She's free from her allegedly abusive husband, she's free from having to be reminded of the pain she experienced through the house that she lived in, and she's now free to choose where she wants to live, and what she wants to do.
Tisha made it clear that once they've sold the home, she doesn't want her husband to profit from it as he's defrauded the estate in the past. The sale of the past will also pay back the Smith family for their contribution to the cost of the house.
Now that their divorce proceedings are in full swing, Campbell is awaiting the nullification of their marriage so that she can finally live in peace.
While she revealed that her husband abused her many times, Martin accused his estranged wife of lying and bullying him with the help of her brother. In fact, he denies her claims of domestic violence and claims she's using undue force to strengthen her custody claims.
According to the actor, he never hurt Campbell as stated in a domestic violence report she filed last January. He adds that those allegations were "manufactured," and because of that, Campbell's own lawyer refused to sign the report due to its falsehood.
However, when she filed her domestic violence case against Duane, she also asked for a restraining order, which was granted. The following month, she filed documents claiming her estranged husband does not deserve to have custody over their children because he is not a good father.
With their court case getting more and more interesting, Tisha being able to sell their house is a breath of fresh air for her, as she's finally free to let go of something that's held her down for quite some time now.
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