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Um, Really? Sherri Shepherd Reveals Her Relationships With Her Ex-Husbands Is Strange AF

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It's no secret that Sherri Shepherd's respective relationships with her ex-husbands isn't the best, given their histories, but the actress revealed something in a recent interview about them both that some may find incredibly strange.

While promoting her new comedy series, Trial and Error, on The Wendy Williams Show, the former The View co-host shared that the two men are now friends and even go to court appearances together regarding matters with her.

"Well, I don't see them unless I'm in court," she said. "They go to court together: dumb and dumba*s. Yes, they are [friends]! I guess they commemorate over the fact [that] they're not living in my blessing anymore."

Elsewhere in the interview, when asked about her first husband, with whom she shares her 13-year-old son Jeffery, she stressed that she tries not to let their strain for one another rub off on their kid.

"For me, I always make Jeffery's father is a hero in Jeffery's eyes," she said. "All of the craziness has nothing to do with Jeffery. Jeffery's dad has two other children who I love so very very much. But these kids — Jeffery loves his siblings, and they love him."

When asked if things ever get awkward between her and her first ex-husband, she added that it rarely does as they "dont even look at each other."

The same does not seem to apply to her relationship with her second ex-husband, Lamar Sally, however, as he infamously took her to court and even got a judge to force her to cough up child support to him.

"This is the thing, I wish everybody the best," she said of Sally. "I have moved on. I'm happy. I still have to pay child support, but I have chosen to keep going. It's rough, because I had to go to court the other day and both the husbands was there."

Take a look at the clip where she discussed they odd friendship, below:

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