-Claims the network is trying to con her out of money by combining Season 4 & 5 into 20 episodes and airing each season with 10 episodes in order to extend her contract
-She got raise for S4 totaling $150k per episode and S5 would see her get a raise of $165 per episode
-Only agreed to do the show if they produced no more then 13 episodes a season
-BET only produced 8 S1 episodes and 12 S2 episodes which caused Gabrielle to renegotiate her contract that would pay her for 13 episodes even if 13 werent produced each season
-In 2015, her contract was amended again to include an executive producer credit and to require that at Union's request a BET executive be physically on set during taping, according to the complaint.
-Wasn't made aware of the 20 episode count until 1 week before filming began
-Is suing for $1million in damages and another amended contract that states the max episode count is 13 episodes