Prosecutors plan to bring additional criminal charges against Basketball Wives star Brittish Williams before her trial for insurance fraud, according to court documents. It is not yet clear what new charges will be brought. Williams’ trial is scheduled to begin on April 17, 2023, and her attorney maintains that the government’s allegations exceed any actual evidence in their possession.
Prosecutors plan to bring additional criminal charges against Brittish Williams, star of “Basketball Wives,” prior to her upcoming trial for insurance fraud, though they have not yet revealed what these charges will be, according to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com.
Basketball Wives star Brittish Williams is facing the possibility of additional criminal charges, according to court documents obtained recently. Prosecutors are planning to bring new charges against Williams, who is already set to face trial in April 2023 on an insurance fraud case. The government intends to present a “superseding indictment to a Grand Jury before the trial date for additional charges,” according to the documents.
It is unclear what the additional charges will be, but Williams’ attorney, Beau B. Brindley, has defended his client, stating that the government’s accusations “far exceed any actual evidence in their possession”. The reality star has denied all charges and pleaded not guilty. Last year, prosecutors previously demanded that Williams be detained until her trial for allegedly violating a court order by traveling across state lines.
Despite this, the court granted her plea to remove her ankle bracelet monitor, which Williams claimed was interfering with her work as a model. She cited that Rihanna’s company, Savage X Fenty, offered her a modeling deal, but Williams had to turn it down as she was unable to pose in lingerie without showing the bracelet. Her lawyer stated that this lost opportunity cost Williams at least $30,000 with additional payments that would have been available for Instagram appearances and posts.
The producers of Basketball Wives also allegedly did not want the ankle monitor to be visible, creating limitations on Williams’ outfits and costuming. Her lawyer stated that Williams “does not engage in work for which she gets to choose her own outfits and clothes.” Williams has yet to respond to prosecutors’ claims that additional charges are on the way.