Dwight Howard Wants Baby Mama and Basketball Wives Star Royce Reed to Pay Up $500 Million

Despite the fact Royce Reed is a former Miami Heat dancer and current star of Miami based train wreck Basketball Wives, she's perhaps best known for being basketball star Dwight Howard's baby mama. The two haven't been on good turns since the birth of their child, with numerous legal squabbles and seemingly every interaction between the two outlined by contracts. Now Howard claims that Reed leaked personal information to the press and his attorneys figure she owes him over $500 million.

Reed basically plays the part of a sad, confused puppy dog who performs intricate booty shaking rituals at any opportunity on the VH1 program. The show may be a success, but we doubt she's pulling in enough money to come up with $500 million.

That's how much Orlando Magic star Howard wants from Reed for allegedly leaking information to the press. His attorneys placed a gag order on Reed in 2009 which prevents her from mentioning Howard on the show or even posting pictures of the former couple's son online.

From TMZ:

TMZ has obtained legal docs filed by the Orlando Magic star in Orange County, Florida, in which he claims his baby mama Royce Reed -- who stars on VH1's "Basketball Wives" -- leaked dirt about him to the media at least 11 times ... thus violating a 2009 gag order.

In the docs, Howard explains that if the leaked stories reached 1,000,000 people -- a safe estimate given that the stories were posted all over the Internet -- the damages should add up to $500,500,000 based on the terms of their previous agreement.

Reed's reps tell TMZ that all leaked information actually came from legal documents, and not directly from Reed.

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