The Real Housewives of Atlanta star is accused of involving ex-con Angela in the ring and then bailing on her 'friend' when she needed a good attorney. Anyway, they were due to head to court but things got delayed because after Angela's original attorney dumped her she hired a new one she found through a late-night TV commercial and filed a counter suit against Phaedra!
Angela is accusing Phaedra of defamation because Phaedra called her a liar. Angela currently provides no proof of Phaedra's alleged criminal involvement in her book, Lies of A Real Housewife, by the way.
While season 6 has already started filming, Kenya was reportedly holding out for more money, per her most recent interview (see video below). She played coy, hinting that Bravo needed to cough up a good offer to get her to sign on for the new season. Whatever they offered must have been worth it, because according to Radar Online, she's in full swing with taping her parts – including a few staged bits, reportedly.
Kenya is also busy making sure we understand that she was victorious in court this week against her landlord. Her PR team sent out a press release stating so. See below!
"Just start taping season 6 of RHOA," he announced this weekend including a striking photo of him with his wife Cynthia Bailey. I guess that means Cynthia is back for another round! All of last season's cast is reportedly returning with Bravo in talks to rotate in at least one "part-time" 'Friend of the Housewives'.
We have to wonder if Denzel Washington will be filming a spot for RHOA since he made an appearance at BarOne this weekend! Maybe he's Krayonce's newest pretend man… kidding, kidding, TOTALLY KIDDING! Lord I hope Denzel doesn't besmirch his reputation with Housewives!
Kenya Moore has been battling with her landlord over unpaid rent and despite claiming that her landlord, Coya Dillon Weems was using her for publicity, the two met in court yesterday.
In addition to spending time in a Fulton Co. Courthouse yesterday, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star also got a visit from the cops at the home she is leasing from Coya! Someone called them and made a report of suspicious vehicles parked outside the home. It turns out they were only moving trucks as Kenya – who claims her lease was up in June – was moving out.
According to Access Atlanta, the judge just granted Angela's motion for continuance, which means the proceedings will be delayed for five months. Angela's reason behind filing the continuance is to give her time to secure new counsel, with the court documents noting that her original attorney had been "representing Stanton on a pro bono basis, always with the understanding that she would secure other counsel."
You know why I wasn't at NeNe Leakeswedding? You guessed it! I wasn't invited. Shocking, I know. Do you know why Kenya Moore's Gone with the Wind Fabulous self wasn't at the Neenster's nuptials? Her invitation also got lost in the mail She was traveling to Africa. Oh Kenya.
When the Real Housewives of Atlanta's newest drama queen isn't dodging eviction rumors and trying to hire fake husbands for story lines, she's entertaining fans with her high and mighty attitude. You don't get to be Miss USA if you're meek.
Things are very Gone with the Wind Fabulous for Real Housewives of Atlanta'sKenya Moore as the eviction suit against her heats up…and speaking of heating up, there is some pretty scandalous gossip surrounding Porsha Stewart that is making the rounds. We'll have more on that in a bit! First, let's start with the former Miss USA's legal woes.
After neither Kenya nor her lawyer showed up in court to fight the eviction, she claimed that she never received notice of the hearing. Now, her former landlord Conya Dillon is asking for an expedited hearing, and she's not fooling around. In her legal documents, Conya calls out Kenya for using the eviction proceedings to prolong her fifteen minutes of fame.
Radar has obtained court filings Kenya's landlord accuses her former tenant of violating the terms of her lease fifteen different times, as well as causing “extreme emotional distress as the result of the delay [of the eviction] and the defendant’s malicious and intentional [character] attacks."