“Basketball Wives” star Tami Roman has finally settled a 7-year child support case against her ex-husband Kenny Anderson. The reality star filed a case against her ex-husband after he failed to make his child support payments of $8,500/month. Since 2005 the missed payments grew to $800,000! According to sources, Tami was awarded close to the $800K and will will be paid incrementally through Anderson’s NBA retirement fund.
In addition to the court victory, Tami’s daughter’s Lyric and Jazz Anderson are beginning to spend more time with their father – which is always a good thing!
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.
Added to her good news is the ‘Basketball Wives’ star increasing her endorsements including diet supplement NV and NV Sprinkles.
“What I like about NV Sprinkles is, I didn’t change my eating habits much. It just suppresses my appetite and keeps my hunger down,” said Roman to Radar Online after dropping 12 pounds in three weeks.
“I’m not a person who pushes products. This is genuinely what happened when I took it.”