"Basketball Wives" star Jennifer Williams will be called to testify by prosecutors about the alleged assault by her ex-boyfriend Tim Norman against his employee.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Texas prosecutors informed the court that they will be calling Williams to court to question her about the 2017 incident that went down at Norman’s restaurant, Sweetie Pies.
Norman was the star of the OWN show "Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s" for several seasons, which focused on him and his family running the business.
The trial is scheduled to go down on January 21, where he is facing up to a year in jail if convicted.
Last year, the reality star was charged with misdemeanor assault by the District Attorney of Harris County, Texas.
Norman turned himself into jail and was released on bond the same day.
The assault charge stems from an incident that went down on April 16, 2017, where the police state that Horace Hodges – who was a chef at Sweetie Pie’s – was punched in the face by Norman. Hodges told police that Norman was his boss and the star of the TV show “Sweetie Pies”
He claimed to have been talking to Norman about paychecks for the other employees, which allegedly escalating to the point where Norman became angry and at one point punched him in the left eye causing pain, swelling, and a black eye.
Police spoke to Jennifer Williams, who was present at the restaurant on the day in question. She told police she did not see the assault, but Norman told her he punched Horace minutes after Horace left the location.