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A look inside ‘Basketball Wives’ star Britt Williams’ first Mother’s Day in prison

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A look inside 'Basketball Wives' star Britt Williams' first Mother's Day in prison

British Williams She won’t be popping bottles this Mother’s Day, but she will be getting brunch. RadarOnline.com has obtained the menu list for FCI Waseca, value Basketball women star is serving her four-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to 15 charges, and can reveal how she will spend Sunday, May 12, to mark her first Mother’s Day without her child.

Brits like to eat light in the morning because lunch is brunch. The incarcerated reality star and her prison friends are served scrambled eggs, oven-browned potatoes, French toast with syrup and whole wheat bread with jelly and margarine. Their meals also include assorted fruits and a drink, but sorry, no mimosas.

Hopefully she’s hungry, because tacos are on the menu this Mother’s Day. Brits can choose beef or soy meat for her two taco shells. She is also served cilantro rice, black beans, corn, grated cheese and salsa to go along with the meal.

Her 2023 extradition date was widely moved after her legal team successfully asked the judge for a delay so she could spend Christmas with her 5-year-old daughter. British would turn himself in Alderson Federal Prison Camp in West Virginia on January 3, 2024, but things didn’t go as planned.

RadarOnline.com told you first – she didn’t show up on the day she was supposed to surrender to federal prison.

Her lawyer, Michael Thompson, claimed it was a “miscommunication” with her legal team, but the judge didn’t care. Brittish’s bail was revoked and she was remanded to police custody custody of the United States Marshals in February.

She immediately went to FTC Oklahoma City, a transfer station, before being sent to FCI Waseca, which will likely be her home for the next four years.

British – who also starred Marriage boot camp – was sentenced to four years in October 2023 after pleading guilty to several charges, including five counts of misuse of a Social Security number, four counts of bank fraud, three counts of making false statements to the IRS and three counts of bank fraud.