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And it’s round 2 for Tami Roman!

Basketball Wives season 3 stars Tami Roman and Meeka Claxton reportedly got into a brawl while in Rome, Italy.

From the beginning the season 3, it was obvious that the new housewife Meeka Claxton was a gossip. While Tami had her mind made up about Meeka, she seemed to be willing to give her a chance at friendship.

That all ended in Rome when Tami accused Meeka for causing a rift between the ladies.

According to reports:

Meeka denies the accusations … but during taping at a nightclub in Rome — where the girls filmed several scenes — Tami decided to confront her … fists began flying.

We’re told a full on brawl broke out … and ended with Tami PUNCHING Meeka in the face.

No one was seriously injured in the fight — but the two were promptly escorted out of the club by security.

Tami Roman’s drama doesn’t end there!

During a recent interview, Tami Roman stated her purpose for doing “Basketball Wives 2” (and “Basketball Wives 3”) was to show that world the “other” side of being a basketball wife. Through her story, viewers saw that the marriages don’t always work, the money doesn’t always last and sometimes there are some hard struggles.

She confirmed that she has filed a lawsuit against Evelyn Lozada, but says she could not talk about it because producers want that story to unfold on the show. The lawsuit stems from a fight that occured during last season’s “Basketball Wives”. During the altercation, Lozada sarcastically said to Roman, “You are a non-motherf….ng factor b*tch!” Tami Roman says that phrase has haunted her since the episode aired, because society now associates that statement to her. Ironically, Evelyn Lozada has trademarked the phrase and subsequently produced a line of t-shirts with the remark – which Roman calls defamation. The lawsuit is pending.

Tami also spoke about her upcoming book, tentatively titled The B.I.T.C.H. Chronicles. For Tami, it means Believing In Total And Complete Honesty. She says the “B” word used to send her over the edge, so she wrote this book to turn the word into something a bit more positive.