Jennifer Williams has gone too far with this slapping incident and this frivolous lawsuit against a non-cast member of Basketball Wives. Nia Crooks was indeed wrong for walking around an executive size table in slow motion and attempting to land a slap that Jennifer asked for. I can clearly see the whole scene was a set-up despite what Shaunie and Evelyn will claim. Jen has the right to be upset, but I can’t help but feel this lawsuit is just unnecessary drama.
Jen Says: I will never forget that day at the racetrack, I didn’t go there to fight so that was the last thing I expected to encounter. All I remember was the nonsense that took place. The assistant/gofer decided to be in full action with her monkey see monkey do self as she snuck a slap from behind. You are a coward if you catch me off guard while sitting down and not to mention a bully! Then the president of the NON Factor T-shirt Enterprise thought that jumping across the table like a demon would be a good look for the young women in America that watch the show. (via Jen’s Blog)
First, Nia Crooks didn’t really slap Jen in the face, she slapped Jennifer’s hair. Sure, she may have touched a little bit of skin in the back of Jen’s head, but not enough to warrant an assault charge. Can you really be physically and emotionally distraught from a hair slap you asked for? Secondly, I don’t know how anyone could call the whole ordeal a fight. The two women spent 30 seconds arm wrestling or slow dancing, but certainly not fighting. REMEMBER when Tami slapped Meeka, that was some lawsuit material. Anyway, Jen just needs to count her losses and move on to self-defense classes. You can’t be six feet tall and not know how to fight a little bit. Continue Reading →