Fans were shocked when Tamar Braxton and Vince Herbert were allegedly involved in a domestic violence incident last year. Now, it looks like viewers of WeTV's Tamar & Vince will get a look at what really happened.

Braxton opened up about what fans can expect to see this season, and apparently it's what many have been waiting for.

"We'll still be talking about our relationship and how hard it can be to work together," she said in an interview with Billboard recently. "Nothing's off limits; no secrets. A lot of people are comfortable living in a covered-wagon syndrome. Why? Let's talk about issues that married couples are having. Let's talk about women who are trying to figure out their careers at 40. There's nothing wrong with that. It's therapeutic and healing for everybody."

It's not clear if she will actually speak on the incident between her and her husband in which an employee of a Ritz Carlton hotel in Atlanta called authorities with claims that Herbert physically abused Braxton and bit her. But, if they do speak on the incident, it won't be the first time. It was also a topic of conversation on the most recent episode of Braxton Family Values, also on WeTV.

On that episode, Braxton opened up to her sister, Toni, about the alleged incident.

"The press is not 100 percent accurate. They're not even really seven percent accurate."

Tamar and Herbert have been a united front since the incident. It will be interesting to see them both speak on it for their spinoff show, Tamar & Vince, set to premiere later this year.

Other than the conversation with Toni, it really didn't come up in conversation too much considering the family had much deeper drama to get through this season.

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