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Axed Basketball Wives Star Jennifer William Faces Financial Woes

June 21, 2012 10:00 AM by Lisa Princ

Last week we learned Jennifer Williams was one of the ladies getting fired from Basketball Wives, and now the former star is facing financial woes. What’s going on with Jennifer Williams now? Read on to find out!

Last week we found out that Jennifer Williams was getting axed from Basketball Wives because the show feels: “Jennifer is too much of a liability after the whole Nia Crooks lawsuit.” Now, TMZ is reporting that Jennifer Williams is facing serious financial woes – and her expensive Bentley is about to repossessed! According to the site, Toyota Motor Credit Corporation has filed a lawsuit against Williams to repossess the vehicle, claiming that Jennifer stopped making payments back in 2009.

In the lawsuit, Toyota Motor Credit claims that they have tried repeatedly with no success to repossess the Bentley, so now they are forced to sue to Jennifer for the return of the vehicle. And that’s not all – they also want Jennifer Williams to pay the remainder of the balance owed, which is a whopping $92,000.00. But a rep for Jennifer denies the lawsuit, claiming: “Jennifer hasn’t been served documents in reference to this lawsuit,” adding: “Anything related to community property acquired during the marriage, such as the car, is an issue that is currently being addressed in her divorce proceedings.”

Will it ever end for Jennifer Williams? She can’t seem to catch a break these days! Sound off in the Comments section below.

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