Chris Bosh’s Lawsuit Against Baby Mother Allison Mathis Dismissed


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Chris Bosh is losing on the basketball court and in the court of law.

A lawsuit that was filed by Bosh against his baby mama, Allison Mathis, in order to prevent her from appearing on Almost “Basketball Wives” was dismissed by a federal court judge.

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An order was issued by the federal court yesterday afternoon dismissing the case brought by NBA star Chris Bosh against his two year old daughter, Trinity’s, mother, Allison Mathis.

Back in May, Chris was more than a little pissy that Allison was in talks to join Shaunie, Evelyn, Jennifer, and co. as part of VH1’s “Basketball Wives” cast.  Mainly because Chris, who just married Adrienne Williams this summer, claimed Allison would ruin his image, speak badly of him, and she didn’t even let him see his own daughter.  So he filed suit attempting to prevent her from appearing in any capacity on the show, with sources reporting, “Bosh claimed in a lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles federal court that Allison Mathis and Shed Media are trying to unjustly enrich themselves by using Bosh’s name and intruding into his private affairs.”

I knew this lawsuit was going to be dismissed from the get go. You can’t stop someone from making a living. I know Bosh want to protect his name but he can’t control what other people say about him.

The only thing he can do is be a father to his daughter.

If Allison wants to through drinks in people faces for a few g’s then that’s her prerogative.