Weave Lawsuit Threatens Tami Roman's Past "Basketball Wives" Appearances
1 year ago
Roman says "millions could suffer"
Tami Roman claims that “millions would suffer” if a Texas judge pulls some of her appearances on “Basketball Wives” off the air.
TMZ reported in March that Roman was being sued by a hair-extension company because she didn’t hold up an agreement she made with them to wear their products on “Basketball Wives.”
The lawsuit stated that Roman agreed to become the spokesperson for Crème Hair and that part of her contract was that she would wear the hair on air. However, Crème’s owners state that Roman bailed on every attempt they made to coordinate with her, so that she could wear their pieces.
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The final straw for Crème came when Roman was supposed to promote their hair at a hair show in Atlanta. Roman showed up with “Basketball Wives” cameras but she was wearing her own line of hair, which is obviously competition. Crème owners also alleged that Tami’s manager instructed the crew not to film any of their products. The lawsuit was filed against Roman for over $75K and the company has asked the court to stop VH1 from showing any segments where Tami promoted her line instead of theirs.
Today, TMZ is reporting that Roman is begging the judge presiding over the case not to pull her segments because people will suffer. Roman’s counterclaim is requesting that Crème remove her name and likeness from any products and that they pay her court cost.
A judge has yet to rule.
But, pay her court costs, is she serious? If she didn’t uphold her agreement with the company then they have the right to sue.
And about millions of people suffering without “Basketball Wives” on air, I doubt that.
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