June 16: Allison has countersued Chris for tortious interference and intentional infliction of emotional distress -- and, oh, yes, messing up her paper. She claims Chris “intentionally, knowingly, maliciously and without justification interfered” in her employment, prompting VH1 to fire her. In a statement, Allison's attorney said: “Ms. Mathis was employed to appear on this season of the reality TV series 'Basketball Wives.' Chris Bosh is using his vast money and all of the power that comes from his wealth and celebrity to silence her.” In her suit (which you read below), Allison claims the show's producers agreed to pay her $625 a week, plus $2500 for each of the first five episodes in which she appeared, $5000 per episode from then on, plus an option to pick up her contract for 4 more years. She claimed she would've made more than $250,000.