Lawsuits: “Basketball Wives” Producers Plotting To Sue Jennifer Williams For ‘Ruining Their Brand’

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It looks as if the “Basketball Wives” brand is imploding before our very eyes… and the show producers claim Jennifer Williams is to blame.

Basketball Wives Producers Planning To Sue Jennifer Williams

According to TMZ reports:

“Basketball Wives” producers are taking their feud with cast member Jennifer Williams to the next level … the show’s big-wigs are currently in talks to file a lawsuit against the “BB Wife” for publicly trashing the show.

If you recall … producers of VH1’s hit series were PISSED after Williams filed a lawsuit against fellow cast member Nia Crooks after she slapped Williams in the face while taping an episode.

Now sources tell TMZ — producers are ready to take their own legal action after Williams went on a media rampage and blasted “BB Wives” alleging the show portrays African-American women negatively.

According to our sources, producers feel Williams’ show-bashing is in violation of her contract — which forbids cast members from doing any media appearances or press without approval, or speaking negatively about the show. We’re told they feel she is “ruining the brand” they worked so hard to build.

SMH. They can’t be serious!!! After all the ho shit that has gone down on that show they cannot seriously be taking legal action against a cast member who has done nothing except take abuse on camera repeatedly. This is just cray!

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