The biggest story, however, has been the physical altercation between Ashlee Wilson-Hawn and Kahdijiha Rowe that happened during filming. The quarrel led to Ashlee taking a break from filming and Kahdijiha being charged with felony battery.
While Ashlee has said Kahdijiha randomly and violently attacked her by ripping out chunks of her hair, tearing her clothes, and throwing her to the ground, an inside source tells us that isn't quite how it went down. Our source exclusively shared, "Ashlee's version of events were totally fabricated. There is footage that shows Ashlee throwing a glass at Kahdijiha and Kahdijiha was simply defending herself."
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Style Network execs and Big Rich Atlanta producers are said to be livid.
"Basically, Ashlee filed a false police report which led to Kahdjijiha's arrest and producers know that when this goes to court they will have to submit the footage and it's a huge headache for them," our said explained. "They told Ashlee that they have the footage and advised her that a filing a false police report is a felony but she feels invincible and ignored their warnings."
Our source went on to say that producers feel bad for Kahdijiha, adding, "They anticipate that Kahdijiha will counter-sue."
According to another insider – one of Radar Online's – , Ashlee purportedly wanted only blonde girls to be cast for Big Rich Atlanta and had an issue with Kahdijiha from day one. “The allegation that Ashlee went into hiding after the alleged assault because she was terrified of Kahdijiah is laughable," Radar's insider said. "A lot of people are angry, as they believe Ashlee fabricated the attack story and turned it into a legal matter."
Radar's inside source added, "I wouldn’t be surprised if Ashlee isn’t asked back for season two because she is seen as a liability.”
You be the judge – Big Rich Atlanta airs Wednesday on Style - Meet the cast!
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