Michael Misick, the previous chief minister of the Turks and Caicos islands, shocked many after he just lately spoke out about his alleged six-month lengthy fling with Omarosa.
Including extra shock worth to his declare, he talked about that his ex-wife, LisaRaye McCoy, had some involvement, of types, in retaining them aside.
In an interview with the Each day Mail, Misick shared that he and the notorious TV villain first met again in 2005 after she divorced her first husband, Aaron Stallworth. He pressured that he was enamored along with her, on the time, and would, mockingly, typically go to her for political recommendation.
“I knew who she was and she or he knew who I used to be. What struck me about her was her mind,” he stated. “We had a really attention-grabbing, stimulating dialog… She would all the time give me sound recommendation. Actually, I want I had taken extra of her recommendation — some issues would have been totally different.”
Misick went on so as to add that the 2 turned romantically concerned on an informal foundation after he flew to New York to take her on a date to Sylvia’s in Harlem. She later went on to accompany him on a visit to Dubai and from there, their relationship intensified for six months. The previous politician additionally went on to make it some extent to say that their intercourse life was “wonderful,” and “very satisfying.”
After the space between them led to their romance truly fizzling out, Misick went on thus far LisaRaye who, he claims, angrily compelled him to finish his friendship with Omarosa after she noticed them talking at an NAACP occasion.
LisaRaye and Misick went on to get married, themselves. They divorced two years later.
Along with LisaRaye and Omarosa, Misick has been linked to a couple different movie star girls together with the likes of Rocsi Diaz and Nicole Murphy.
Controversy has surrounded him after he was compelled to step down from his place in 2009 after being accused of corruption by the British authorities. He was placed on trial in 2015 for fraud, bribery and cash laundering.