Tamar Braxton may not be able to move on from “The Real” humiliation as fast she wanted to.
Coming on the heels of the announcement that she is about to get her own talk show under Steve Harvey’s production company, reports are surfacing that executives at “The Real” are outraged at how they are being portrayed on the “Braxton Family Values” and are considering legal action, according to media reports.
In the latest “Braxton Family Values” episode that aired, Tamar Braxton gave a breakdown of being fired from the program and seeking comfort in the arms of her elder sister Toni.
The war between Tamar Braxton and The Real has intensified and now, lawyers from Warner Bros, the show’s parent company, are reportedly involved.
During the episode, (aired) on WE TV, Tamar and her husband/manager Vincent Herbert continue to insinuate that her former co-hosts Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai and Tamara Mowry-Housley played a part in her termination.
‘Vince declares that the co-hosts were always jealous of Tamar’s success and that Loni in particular always had it out for Tamar.
Vince helps pass the buck in the episode and fuels the conspiracy theory that the co-hosts aided in her ouster,’ the source added.
Warner Bros fired off legal letters to WE TV about this Thursday’s episode claiming that if anything on the show’s reenactment further disparages The Real or violates Tamar and Vince’s non-disclosure agreement, they plan to pursue litigation.
The New York Post has since reported that Vince was aware that his wife was being fired from The Real two weeks before he actually told her.
That’s not all however, there are allegations that “The Real” is threatening to expose Tamar with videos of her blowing up on executive producer Rachel Miskowiec.
According to The Daily Mail if Tamar continues, there might be some footage of her onset antics leaked to the press.
In addition to sending letters to WE TV, Warner Bros. is also threatening to release multiple videos of Tamar imploding on set, as well as the video of her meltdown and cussed out the show’s executive producer.
‘Everyone on set will tell you that her actions that day were reprehensible and the epitome of insubordination. All the cursing and violent language, it was just a chaotic scene that will make Dennis Quaid’s movie set meltdown look like a nursery rhyme session at a daycare center,’ the source said, before adding: ‘It would definitely affect her ability to get work in this business!’
Sources close to The Real believe that Tamar and Vince are trying to portray her as the victim because they need to find a new gig now that they’ve lost The Real.