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Tami Roman Appears on 'Personal Injury Court' and Reveals How a Bad Dye Job Led to Hair Loss

Mary Scott
Nov 27, 2019
02:20 A.M.
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Tami Roman is finally opening up about why she's sporting a low-cut, and it’s not just about new beginnings. The reality star/actress has no problem admitting her wrong hair decision on a court TV show.


Roman, 49, debuted short, blonde hair a couple of months back. The "Basketball Wives" alum said at the time that she "lost a lot" but didn't go into details about the switch.

Tami Roman at the Soul Train Awards on Nov. 17, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Photo: Getty Images


Now, in a recent episode of "Personal Injury Court," Roman told Judge Gino Brogdon that she got more than she bargained for after asking for yet another hair dye.

"I was TOLD that's how it would be set up. However, I didn’t attend anyway, but don’t lie on me to try & make your actions make sense."

"I've dyed my hair most of my life because I greyed early. So, I went to my stylist, and I said, 'I want you to take my hair to platinum blonde,'" she revealed.


Roman continued:

"He said 'You know, it’s going to be difficult' and I said 'I still want it.' And, six weeks later, all the hair fell out. I wanted what I wanted and now I'm bald."

"You gon' get what you want," the actress added as she yanked off her wig amid audible gasps from the audience.



Back in September, Roman announced via Instagram that she decided to get the big chop. The mom-of-two also said that she was using the opportunity to start over.

Fans may have thought at the time that Roman's haircut was symbolic of the changes she was making in her career because it was around the same time she was wrapping up her seven-season appearance on "Basketball Wives."



According to Celebrity Insider, Roman recently granted an interview where she claimed to be in a better place since leaving the reality series with all the drama and negative press it brought her. The "Saints & Sinners" actress, who opted out of the Season eight reunion, also revealed she didn’t watch the episodes.

When it appeared that Roman was being set up during the reunion, however, she had no choice but to speak up. Per Atlanta Black Star, the reunion host, Marc Lamont Hill, claimed she asked for a separate set during the taping.



Hill reportedly made the statement in an attempt to appease "BW" star OG, who had been asked to sit on a separate set, away from other co-stars she feuded with during the season.

"I'm seeing the lies & I wouldn't comment but don’t include me in them," tweeted Roman, who also said she was alerted to the alleged lie by folks texting her. "I did NOT request to be on a separate stage."



"I was TOLD that's how it would be set up," she added. "However, I didn’t attend anyway, but don’t lie on me to try & make your actions make sense."

Since leaving "Basketball Wives," Roman has been more focused on her work as an actress and is also pursuing a rap career as her alter ego Tatiana Trill.

Roman reportedly got married to her longtime boyfriend, Reggie Youngblood, in Las Vegas last year. She was previously married to Kenny Anderson, a retired NBA player with whom she shares two daughters.


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