Evelyn Lozada Claims Basketball Wives Producers Incited Fight With Tami Roman

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We have seen ladies come and go on one of our favorite shows, Basketball Wives. Gloria Govan and her boo Matt Barnes pretty much checked out other than a couple of small appearances this season. And from what were hearing, Royce Reed is gone and Chris Bosh's baby mama is in. One more person who might not be back for season three, which starts filming in two weeks? Evelyn Lozada.

Sources close to the reality star told TMZ that Evelyn thinks show producers

leaked information about her and Tami Roman's ex Kenny Anderson romance to a female cast member in an effort to incite a violent

confrontation between the two women on the show. The source also added that Evelyn wrote an email to producers pretty much saying, "Deuces

bitches, I'm out. Love, The Future Mrs. 85."

How will they have a show without foxy Evelyn? We're not really sure. The season finale was pretty much a dedication to her, her new love with Chad Ochocinco, her fight with Tami Roman, of course. Other than Evelyn, we think Jennifer Williams and Shaunie O'Neal had about 10 minutes of airtime total. We'll be sure to ask Shaunie if she's heard anything about Evelyn's departure when we interview her today.

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