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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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Former NBA star Eric Williams allegedly got Tavia Serena Cannon pregnant while he was still married to Basketball Wives' Jennifer Williams in 2011.

Tavia now wants Eric to pony up the child support ASAP, filing a Complaint for Support in Pennsylvania last week, citing the October 2011 birth.

Cannon says she makes just $300/week babysitting and wants Eric Williams to fork over some cash and medical coverage for their love child, STAT.

Eric and Jennifer Williams

Here's the interesting part. At the time the baby was conceived, Eric was still married to Jennifer Williams, who didn't file for divorce until June.

The Basketball Wives star apparently had NO CLUE about the child until Cannon filed for support; their divorce is still pending in a N.J. court, too.

Williams, who is now dating Al Reynolds, and who has reportedly just been fired from Basketball Wives, surely won't look kindly upon the revelation.

Eric Williams has yet to comment on the child support situation.

[Photo: WENN.com]

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