Lakiha Spicer, popularly known as Kiki Tyson, is an American socialite and the third wife of former professional boxer Mike Tyson. In 2004, she was sentenced to house arrest and four years probation during a corruption case involving her family members, and was sent to serve six months in prison in 2008. At the time, she was carrying her first child with Tyson. The boxer, who led a frivolous life, served prison sentence for raping, and became a drug addict following his retirement, credits his current wife Kiki for rescuing him from his state of despair. She co-wrote with her husband the one-man show 'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth', directed by Spike Lee, which debuted on Broadway in August 2012 and covered in detail the boxer's life story.