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Martin Lawrence Says He And Tisha Campbell ‘Are Good’ After Comments Over Her Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

MIAMI, FLORIDA - JANUARY 12: Martin Lawrence attends the Bad Boys For Life Miami Premiere at Regal South Beach on January 12, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for Sony Pictures Entertainment)

Martin Lawrence Says He And Tisha Campbell ‘Are Good’ After Comments Over Her Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Campbell also commented on her relationship with her former ‘Martin’ co-star.

Published January 16th

Written by Paul Meara

In 1997, Tisha Campbell filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Martin Lawrence while they were still co-staring on Martin, and since, it hasn’t been brought up much by either party.

That was until a GQ journalist asked about it during a profile Lawrence did for the magazine. His response to a question raised some eyebrows.

“It was all a lot of bulls**t," Lawrence said. "... We don't need to talk about something that just didn't happen. So I just decided to walk away from the show. I just decided to end it. People said that I got canceled, but that wasn't the case. I decided to just leave the show."

After hearing this, Campbell herself responded to the interview. During a Thursday (January 16) appearance on CBS’ The Talk, she admitted that while she was caught off-guard by the remarks, she says her relationship with Lawrence is good.

RELATED: Martin Lawrence Says Tisha Campbell’s Sexual Lawsuit Against Him Caused Him To Leave ‘Martin’

"I can’t go into much detail about the past because there was a confidentiality agreement, so the gag order says no. But, what I can say is … I was actually kind of shocked," she said. “So I hit [Lawrence] up. He called me within a minute … He was like, 'Don’t read into what it is, there’s a lot of people that’s trying to bring up the past, and trying to make it news today. But, you know T, we’re good. I love you and I love your family.’"

She continued: "... Again, I’m not going to go into details, because I want to respect his privacy and I want to respect mine. But I will say, by the end of it, it was nothing but laughter and healing. And I got a chance to experience that and I’m so glad we’re in a good place right now."

This likely prompted Martin Lawrence to issue a final proclamation  just hours later. Via his Instagram, he wrote, “Regardless of the past or any misrepresentation of it In the press, I have nothin but love for Tisha then and now. We are good and always will be! #teammartymar #yougogirl.” See below:

Photo: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for Sony Pictures Entertainment

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