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This give "not going without a fight" a whole new meaning... According to reports LisaRaye bust in on soon-to-be-ex husband at their Turks & Caicos mansion which resulted in a physical altercation, bite wounds and trips to the hospital!
The fight, which reportedly occurred in the presence of a number of government officials, including the Minister for Health and Education, Lillian Been-Boyce, resulted in both Misicks seeking emergency medical attention for bites. Each has filed a police report against the other. [SOURCE]
Lord help 'em...Word is she had returned to the island to negotiate the divorce settlement and and he refused to let her stay in the mansion, so she drove her car through the barricade to go all "Diamond" on his ass!

The above video is from thier local news and has comments from LisaRaye confirming his "ill behavior" and asking for people to pray for him.

Continue reading for her official statement released to the media...

“It is with great sadness that I have to announce that my husband and I have separated.

Last night, Wednesday August 13, 2008, an attempt was made by and on behalf of my husband to first prevent my entry into our home and then, later, to make me leave our home by force.

It was necessary for me to receive medical treatment for injuries suffered and in relation to those injuries I shall continue to assist the police force with its enquiries.

Whilst it is my sincere wish to avoid unnecessary conflict, I shall not be intimidated, nor shall those individuals whose job it is to protect and represent me.

I ask that my privacy be respected in these difficult times and I believe that the people of the TCI will understand and support my wish to receive the necessary independent representation from the legal counsel of my choosing. I hope that, in time, the TCI government will come to share that view.

Although I have always been a supportive wife even in light of the very serious allegations currently pending against the Premier, there are limits even for me.

I continue to have the utmost respect for the people of the TCI who have always shown me kindness and support. I vow to continue my work amongst the people of Turks and Caicos Islands.

Until recently I had hoped that I would be able to continue to assist my husband during what will undoubtedly be difficult times ahead for him. I do not wish to have to add to his difficulties.”

LisaRaye McCoy-Misick
First Lady of the Turks & Caicos Islands