After battling in court for the last seven years, “Basketball Wives” star Tami Roman and ex-husband Kenny Anderson have finally settled an $800,000 child support lawsuit, according to TMZ.
Roman first filed the lawsuit in 2005, claiming he had stopped paying the $8,500 a month he was supposed to be paying her in child support for their two daughters. The missed payments totaled $80,000.
According to sources, Tami got close to what she is owed and the money will be paid incrementally through Anderson’s NBA retirement fund.
Roman is a longtime reality show veteran, first on the second season of “The Real World” and recently as an aggressive bully on “Basketball Wives.”
Anderson has pleased Roman by becoming more involved in the lives of their two daughters. Anderson has been married three times and has seven children with five different women.Lyric and Jazz Anderson
Roman’s two teenage daughters are both in show business. Lyric is an aspiring model and singer, while the 16-year-old Jazz is a rapper who goes by the name Lady Jazz. You can check out he skills on the video below.