Judge Dismisses Case on Chris Bosh’s Baby Mama Because She Was Upset She Had To Get Regular Job
Former NBA player Chris Bosh has been dealing with his nagging baby mama for a long time now, after she blamed him for her getting fired off the show ‘Basketball Wives’. She was advised not to use his name, which she didn’t, but producers didn’t think she had enough of a personality or storyline without him and decided to let her go.
She has been bitter ever since, so she sued Bosh to re-coop some of that money, because she was forced to get a regular job as a result.
“She claimed she received positive feedback for her work and at no time did she make negative comments about her baby daddy while on camera.
Further, prior to filming she told producers that she would not participate in the show in a way that would involve her daughter or her relationship with her father. Mathis believes due to being fired she lost out of a minimum of $191k (which was due on her contract) + upwards of $1 million dollars in lost opportunities for future earning including appearance fees, licensing deals, book contracts and endorsements deals.
Instead, she has been forced to support herself through clerical and retail work. She claims to have struggled financially since being fired and even had to file for bankruptcy to save the home where she lives with her daughter.”
Eight years after the fact, the case was set to go to court, but the judge decided to throw the entire thing out.
“On July 25th, the judge in the case came back with his decision and sided with Bosh by throwing out the entire lawsuit prior to the jury trial, awarding his baby mama nothing in her years long legal battle with the NBA star.
The judge notes he reviewed the evidence and testimony and there is no record evidence to prove Mathis’ claim that Shed Media terminated her contract due to Bosh’s interference.
He says without such evidence she will be unable to prove her case, pointing out that no affidavits or depositions were done that show or explain why Shed Media fired her.
The judge says the evidence presented by Mathis in regards to her alleged damages are insufficient to prove her actual damages. As a result, he granted Bosh’s motion for summary judgement and dismissed all claims against the NBA star.”