EXCLUSIVE: Chris Bosh – Baby Mama Scores Victory in Legal Battle
The Dirty can exclusively report Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is set to face off with his baby mama in court this week – with the legal battle over accusations he got her fired from Basketball Wives headed to trial — and his ex scoring a legal victory only days before they are to battle it out … with the judge forcing the NBA star to turn over the confidential settlement he reached with the reality show producers.
Bosh and his baby mama Allison Mathis have been fighting for years in court over their daughter Trinity. Their custody and support battle was settled but they are still dueling it out in a civil lawsuit over Basketball Wives.
Mathis’ 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 pay up for the damages he caused her but he denied his actions got her fired. The lawsuit is heading to trial with both parties preparing their case for the courtroom showdown.
Recently, Mathis headed to court demanding her baby daddy hand over the confidential settlement agreement he reached with Shed Media, the production company behind ‘BB Wives’, that was signed before he dropped his suit against them. She believes he used the agreement to accomplish his goal of having her fired. He refused to hand over the docs and she demanded the judge force him.
Then recently, a hearing was held in the legal battle and the judge came back with his decision and sided with the baby mama. He ordered Bosh to turn over the settlement documents he signed with Basketball Wives producers.
The judge reviewed the confidential docs and says, “The Court finds there is a legitimate, valid and relevant nexus between the Settlement Agreement and the allegations and defenses raised in this case such that the Plaintiffs entitled to discover the Settlement Agreement.”
Now let’s not forget that Chris Bosh’s contract with the Miami Heat paid him $118 million dollars. So what’s $250k to a man who makes $22 million a year?