- Category : 1980-births
- Type : GE
- Profile : 3/5 - Martyr / Heretic
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX The Vessel of Love 2
American businesswoman, actress and reality TV personality known for her appearances on Basketball Wives (2013) and First Lady (2018). A former dancer, she owns the dance company Fantashique. She wrote the fictional book, College Girls.
According to her posts on Twitter her son Braylon Joshua-Robert Howard was born on 18 November 2007 via C-Section at "Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies" at 9:31AM  or 9:21AM. Braylon's father is American professional basketball player, Dwight Howard. Howard won a defamation judgment against Reed in 2010, when a Florida judge ruled that she violated a court order prohibiting her from mentioning him in the media. He had initially sought $550,500,000 in damages, claiming that she had disparaged him through Twitter and her appearances on the reality television show, Basketball Wives, as the couple's paternity agreement stipulated a $500 fine for each time she mentioned him in public.
In October 2014, police in Cobb County, Georgia investigated claims by Reed that Howard abused their son. Howard had admitted to hitting Braylon with a belt, as he had also been disciplined while growing up, and he stated that he did not realize it was wrong to do so. Howard was not charged in connection with the allegations. Howard was also involved in a civil case with Reed over custody of their son.