Ex-Basketball Wives star Jennifer Williams has hit a rough patch. Her prized Bentley is on the verge of repossession.
The Toyota Motor Credit Corporation filed a lawsuit against Jennifer Williams in Syosset, New York. They claim Williams stopped making payments on her white 2006 Bentley in 2009. Obviously, Toyota wants their car returned to them. in the court papers, Toyota says they tried plenty of times to repossess the vehicle without incident. Those attempts proved futile and Toyota now wants the courts to force Jennifer to hand over the keys to her whip. Besides taking the car from Williams, Toyota is also demanding Jennifer fork over the balance she defaulted on which totals $92,310.
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A member of Jennifer Williams’ camp released a statement saying, “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.” Jennifer filed for divorce from former NBA player Eric Williams in July of 2011 after contemplating the divorce since the first season of Basketball Wives in 2010.
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