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Sundy Carter spent her Memorial Day behind bars.

At least part of it.

The Basketball Wives star by the Glendale Police Department late Monday/early Tuesday on suspicion of drunk driving.

Sources confirm that Carter was asked to give a blood or a breath sample after allegedly crossing over a double yellow line around 1 a.m.

Sundy Carter on Basketball Wives

She then blew a .18 percent on the breathalyzer, which is around twice the legal limit in California.

According to Los Angeles Sheriff's Department records, Carter posted $10,000 bail Tuesday and was released. She is set to appear in court Thursday morning.

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Evelyn Lozada’s split from Chad Johnson was the focal point of the Basketball Wives Season 5 premiere, rehashing the developments of last year.

Ones that are clearly still raw, despite time partially healing the wounds.

  • Evelyn Lozada Head Butt Photo
  • Chad Johnson Mugshot

Evelyn Lozada wed the NFL star in mid-2012, but they split just six weeks later after a fight that ended with him arrested for domestic violence.

Accused of infidelity after she allegedly found a condom receipt in the car, Chad Johnson head-butted her during the ensuing, heated argument.

Monday's Basketball Wives premiere showed Lozada deciding to go public with her story and meeting with her publicist to schedule a series of interviews.

There was a dramatic dinner with her castmates to discuss her relationship and a heart-to-heart between Lozada and her daughter Shaniece.

It was Shaniece who advised her mom not to reconcile with Johnson.

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Basketball Wives star Nia Crooks copped a plea deal for her infamous battery case, and won't spend any time in jail for wailing on Jennifer Williams.

The sort-of-aptly-named Crooks was charged with misdemeanor battery by the Broward County State Attorney's Office after she pimp slapped her co-star.

VH1's cameras caught the incident on film, as you may recall:

Because Jennifer Williams pressed charges and the hit looked pretty real, Nia faced a year in jail, but cut a deal with prosecutors and pleaded no contest.

In exchange she will serve a year of probation, pay a $645 fine, write a letter of apology, stay away from Jennifer and undergo 13 weeks of anger management.

No, not watching Anger Management, though that would be punishment enough.

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Evelyn Lozada has two words for NBA veteran Kenyon Martin following his criticism of her reality show Basketball Wives. Those two words, if you hadn't guessed:

  1. F--k
  2. Him
Pic of Evelyn Lozada

K-Mart blasted the VH1 hit recently, saying the show was "toxic" and a "total misrepresentation" of the lives of married NBA players. That didn't sit well with Ev.

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The cast of VH1's Basketball Wives is making it clear to the network that they would like a pay raise. Now. Either they get it or they walk, sources say.

BBW Cast

Filming for BBW Season 5 is underway, but Shaunie O'Neal, Evelyn Lozada, Tami Roman and Suzie Ketcham currently do not have contracts.

The actually-unmarried wives are in the process of renegotiating their contracts and want big raises, claiming the show does VERY well for VH1.

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Basketball Wives: LA is canning four of its six cast members, according to reports.

Yes, that is actually a real show on VH1 apparently.

Basketball Wives Los Angeles Cast

Draya Michele and Jackie Christie (second and third from left) will return. Everyone else? Gone.

Gloria Govan, Laura Govan, Malaysia Pargo and Brooke Bailey were all fired because the wives, Gloria in particular, weren't allowing "all of their reality to be filmed."

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Kenya Bell of Basketball Wives is no longer a basketball wife.

Not that the VH1 show ever lived up to its title (baby mamas is more like it), but now it's even less so as Kenya's marriage to Charlie Bell is now kaput.

The Bells were in a bitter battle over money, with him asking her for support (she's the one getting paid now) and her looking for a cut of his savings.

Charlie and Kenya Bell

A settlement was reached in which Charlie must pay $1,000 a month in child support, but they will share custody and neither will pay spousal support.

Charlie and Kenya Bell have two daughters together.

Kenya was awarded $780,000 from Charlie's savings, leaving him with $656,000, along with half of the $670,000 he had saved in another account.

She also gets half of his NBA 401k plan, NBA retirement plan, NBA pension, NBA welfare plan and NBA benefit plan, plus one of their two homes.

Charlie Bell gets none of her future Basketball Wives money. Not a bad deal for Kenya, considering she came at Charlie with a box cutter last year.

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Safe to say Chad Johnson missed Evelyn Lozada's interview on Nightline.

The Basketball Wives star told ABC she hasn't spoken to her hubs since the "humiliating" incident in which Chad head-butted her, and probably won't again.

“I would like for him to tell me he got help and that he’s working on himself,” said Evelyn, adding that her husband "made a bad choice that destroyed his life."

Ocho, meanwhile, just got a new tattoo of Evelyn's FACE on his leg:

Chad Johnson Evelyn Lozada Tattoo

Fans, not surprisingly, were a bit confused as to why Chad would get the tattoo, given the fact that Evelyn filed for divorce after six weeks of marriage.

The former Miami Dolphin was not happy with the Twitter inquiries.

When @TeeSplash101 wrote "I really want to know why @ochocinco tatted Evelyn's face on his leg post divorce," Chad responded "Divorce? Child please... that's my WIFE."

Then, after @CCHx3REH asked "I thought she filed for divorce tho?", Johnson replied "I dont give a flying pretzel in skittle rainbow hell what she filed for..."

Chad Johnson, everybody. Here's Ev's interview on Nightline:

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Evelyn Lozada has filed to divorce Chad Johnson, not even six weeks after they got married. She filed legal documents just moments ago in Florida.

Caiming her marriage is "irretrievably broken," Evelyn was clearly motivated by the fight this weekend that led to her man's domestic violence arrest.

Even before the fight went nuclear - he's accused of head-butting her (listen to the Chad Johnson 911 call here) - the union was on shaky ground.

Evelyn Lozada and Chad Ochocinco Photo

Lozada allegedly found a receipt for condoms in the duo's car and flew off the handle, resulting in an altercation that landed the football player behind bars.

There was no coming to his defense afterward, either. Instead, Evelyn Lozada ripped him in the media for not taking responsibility for his actions.

According to the divorce documents, the couple had a prenuptial agreement in place. Good thing for Johnson, as he's also out of an NFL job now.

Evelyn and Chad got married in St. Maarten in July 4, with the wedding filmed for their VH1 reality show ... which was canceled before it even aired.

The only person with reason to smile now? Kim Kardashian. Compared to Ev & Ocho, her marriage looks like a long-lasting, non-violent success.

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Sayonara, Ev & Ocho. Chad Johnson and Evelyn Lozada's upcoming reality show has been cancelled by VH1 in the wake of Chad's arrest for domestic violence.

The Basketball Wives spinoff was set to debut September 3.

But now, after Chad was arrested for head-butting Evelyn Lozada, even VH1 proved it has some standards, yanking Ev & Ocho from its schedule immediately.

Ochocinco and Evelyn Lozada

Hope that text isn't from Chad's side piece.

The network said in a statement Monday: "Due to unfortunate events over the weekend and the seriousness of the allegations, VH1 is pulling the series 'Ev and Ocho' from its schedule and has no current plans of airing it."

The show was to follow the couple's relationship from dating to engagement, but after the condom-inspired argument, we'll never get to see the magic.

VH1 billed it as "the journey of a charismatic and passionate couple's every step, as they prepare to walk down the aisle and into each other's hearts forever."

Or into Broward County Jail as it turned out.

Johnson, who changed his surname back from Ochocinco this summer, was also released by the Dolphins already, making him all kinds of unemployed.

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