“Basketball Wives” Star Seeking Permanent Restraining Order Against James “Tim” Norman
“Basketball Wives” Jennifer Williams said she’s not the only woman who has been subjected to her now ex-boyfriend James “Tim” Norman’s alleged violent behavior.
The reality star, 42, said in court papers that shortly after she broke up with the “Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s” star, a woman contacted her on Instagram who said that she also used to date Norman and that he brutalized her and then stole her car when they broke up, according to court papers obtained by BOSSIP.
Williams said the unnamed woman contacted her last month and told her that Norman had also stalked and harassed her and that there was a police report to back up the woman’s claims.
“She stated that after she broke up with Mr. Norman, he stole her new car and admitted to doing so,” Williams wrote in court papers. “She says he stalked her long after they broke up. He has taken her on a trip to Los Angeles in 2014 where he physically abused and hit her.”
Norman got a temporary restraining order against Williams earlier this month after he said he believed Williams slashed his car tires. But Williams said in court papers that she never messed with Norman’s car, and it was he who was stalking and harassing her and her friends and leaking intimate pictures and messages to the media.
Williams detailed incidents where she said an enraged Norman threatened to jump men who he thought flirted with her, including one time where she said Norman nearly flipped a table at a taco joint in front of horrified onlookers. Williams, who is being repped by Joseph Koenig – who is well known for getting a restraining order for Amber Heard during her divorce from Johnny Depp – said she doesn’t know what Norman is capable of and is in fear for her life.
“All this weird and scary behavior is very disturbing to me and I simply want Mr. Norman to leave me alone and cease contacting me forever,” Williams said, according to court docs.
Norman has also asked the judge to make his temporary restraining order against her permanent, and the exes are due back in court next month, where a judge will rule on their dueling restraining orders.
We’ve reached out to Norman for comment.