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“Basketball Wives” co-star Jennifer Williams (pictured) is probably not be a happy camper these days.  First, she got put out to pasture by the producers of her hit VH1 reality show and now the repo man might be coming for her Bentley, according to TMZ.

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The Toyota Motor Credit Company (TMCC) of Syosset, New York, has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Williams because they say she has failed to comply with the agreement of her car loan.  The credit company is alleging that Williams has not given them one red cent toward the payment of her used white 2006 Bentley for nearly three years now.

Over the course of Williams’ nonpayment period, TMCC has tried on several occasions to repossess the vehicle in a peaceful manner, but were unable to do so.

Now the company is playing hard ball and wants Williams to not only pay up the delinquent bill of $92,310, but they are also demanding that she give up the Bentley to them according to the lawsuit they filed with the court.

Williams, who was married to NBA player Eric Williams for three years and  divorced him last year, is not going to stand for the bullying, though, and has sicked her legal eagles on TMCC.  A rep for Williams tells TMZ, “Jennifer hasn’t been served documents in reference to this lawsuit. Anything related to community property acquired during the marriage, such as the car, is an issue that is currently being addressed in her divorce proceedings.”

Williams is also in the throes of a lawsuit that she initiated earlier this year toward fellow cast member Nia Crooks, Evelyn Lozada’s assistant, for slapping her on the show.  The rumor mill surrounding her recent firing alleges that the suit filed against Crooks was what got Williams kicked to the curb from the show.

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