theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Miami Heat star Chris Bosh will be firing off a subpoena to the producers of Basketball Wives, demanding they hand over all raw footage that his baby mama shot for the reality show, none of which aired — in hopes the video will help his defense in their nasty legal battle.
Here’s the latest: On September 22nd, Bosh countered his baby mama’s demand and filed a subpoena in the case and he fired it off to the Basketball Wives producers.
Bosh sent off the subpoena to Shed Media, demanding they hand over all the footage they shot with Mathis — none of which aired on the reality show, due to her being fired before it premiered and she was cut from all episodes even after she filmed with the cast.
The docs explain the NBA star wants
a copy of all raw footage from the Basketball Wives series that includes images of Allison Mathis.
He warns the producer if they don’t turn over all the raw footage they could be in contempt of court and have sanctions imposed on them for not handing over the videos
Here’s the backstory: Bosh and his baby mama Allison Mathis have been fighting for years in court over their daughter Trinity. The two finally reached a settlement agreement in the custody/support battle last year. However, the two are still battling each other in a civil lawsuit.
Back in 2011, Chris filed a lawsuit against his baby mama, along with Basketball Wives production company Shed Media. He claimed that producers and Allison – who was set to appear on the 3rd season of the show – were going to infringe on his trademark and publicity rights. He demanded the show not be allowed to utter his name and his baby mama not be allowed to film the show.
Mathis was eventually dropped from the show prior to the start of production. However, Allison counter-sued the NBA star, claiming he ruined her deal without cause and accused him of lying to the show producers about her having signed a confidentiality clause.
Bosh’s lawsuit was dismissed by the judge presiding over the case. Allison’s lawsuit has been pending since 2011 with both parties still battling it out over her claim he made her lose up to 250k by interfering with her TV deal. She demanded he be ordered to pay up the money she lost from the deal. Chris denied he caused her to lose the Basketball Wives deal and said he was only looking out for his own best interest.
The lawsuit is heading to trial in the near future and both parties are preparing their case for the courtroom.
Recently, Mathis filed a motion demanding Bosh be ordered to hand over his confidential settlement agreement he reached with Basketball Wives producers, explaining his lawsuit against them was settled and shortly after she was fired — so she wants to see exactly what’s in those docs.