Gizelle Bryant may be dealing with her crazy costars now that she is the star of Real Housewives of Potomac.
But RadarOnline.com has learned that Bryant, 45, and her former husband Pastor Jamal Bryant, 44, were the subject of a outrageous lawsuit prior to her joining the hit Bravo show.
According to handwritten court documents obtained by Radar exclusively, on Oct. 8, 2014 a woman filed a lawsuit against the Bryants demanding that they "cease eavesdropping, wiretapping and video surveillance" on her and seeking an "unspecified amount" in damages, claiming that her live was "destroyed" after they invaded her "privacy."
The plaintiff, Sylvia Rolle of Brooklyn, New York, alleged that the Bryants used her for their "amusement, entertainment, and profit" and that they installed "an imaging device to view plaintiff intentionally without a consent."
According to Rolle, the Bryants used this device to "view, broadcast, plaintiff in the bedroom, changing room, restroom, toilet, hotel, bathroom, and shower without plaintiff knowledge and also consent sic."
Rolle alleged that the Bryants published and sold the images, and used the device to "broadcast plaintiff dressing and undressing… to expose intimate parts of the body."
She said that they listened to her conversations and disseminated "graphic images."
Rolle reported that she was the victim of social security, medicare, disability, and medical fraud, real estate theft, and identity theft.
She said that the Bryants "practice non-stop elder abuse," hid her funds from her, stole her vehicle identification number, used her "credentials," used "false instruments for filing income tax," read her mail, and activated "a mechanical device that permits tracking of every moment."
Finally, Rolle alleged that the Bryants installed "an imaging device to view, record, broadcast under the clothing being worn by same person to reveal intimate parts of the body."
On Nov. 11 of that year, United States District Judge William F. Kuntz II dismissed the outrageous lawsuit as "frivolous" and "lack of subject matter jurisdiction."
"Because the Complaint is devoid of any basis in law or fact, defects which cannot be cured by amendment, the Complaint is dismissed as frivolous," the judge wrote.
He added that the allegations in the claim were "the product of delusion or fantasy."
This isn't the first time the Bryants have run into problems.
As Radar previously reported, Jamal has been slammed with $440,982 in tax liens (a rep for the Pastor said that "those issues are being rectified and nothing is outstanding).
Bryant also divorced her husband after learning that Jamal had an affair.
"Actually the young lady told me," she admitted to OKMagazine.com. "She called me and told me. That was a lovely day."