Basketball Wives Tv Show

May 4, 2011 by Post Team 

Basketball Wives Tv Show, Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is suing the mother of his son to appear on a reality show called “The wives of Basketball”, which said it intrudes on their privacy.

Bosh claims in a lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles federal court Allison Mathis and Media Casita are trying to unjustly enrich themselves by using the name of the former Toronto Raptors and pry into their private affairs.

He acknowledges that he and Mathis have a child together.

The lawsuit says Mathis was hired to appear on the third season of VH1′s reality show and want to use to become a television star. Bosh seeks damages and an injunction to block and the media company of trademark infringement by using his name and the disclosure of private facts about her life.

“Although the reality television program titled,” Wives of the NBA, “the women featured in this series are the wives of current NBA players,” the lawsuit said. “Instead, the series follows the life women who are partners, and came out with basketball players in the NBA or married before the NBA players. ”

It is said that the show, “offers these women a platform of the vehicle and around the world,” to use player names for commercial purposes without permission.

“The defendant Mathis is trying to promote its own brand and become a television personality and / or celebrity by exploiting her previous relationship with the plaintiff,” the lawsuit said.

Shed the media did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment Tuesday. Bosh lawyer said he had not been notified that represent Mathis.

Bosh lawyer said the use of the name of Bosh and the “rights of life” does not fall within the category of expression protected by the First Amendment.

“Defendants are not” express “more than an attempt to capitalize on the fame of petitioner,” the lawsuit said.

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