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Celebrity net worth: Porsha Williams Stewart from 'Real Housewives of Atlanta'

Porsha Stewart's net worth has gone down since her divorce.
Porsha Stewart's net worth has gone down since her divorce.

Porsha Williams Stewart of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" is successful in her life, but she does not have as much money as many may think she does. At one point, her celebrity net worth was a lot higher, but that had more to do with being married to a former football player than what she had brought in, on her own. Porsha Williams Stewart has a celebrity net worth of $500,000.

  • Net worth: $500,000
  • Salary: ??? per season

Porsha joined the cast of "RHOA" in the middle of the fifth season of the Bravo hit, and she is also the granddaughter of Reverend Hosea Williams, who is a notable civil rights leader and contemporary of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Andy Cohen, big-wig at Bravo, has never actually revealed the salaries of any of the housewives. He also states that no article or reporter has ever gotten any of the housewives' salaries completely accurate.

Rumors were floating around that Porsha earned $150,000 for the half of season five when she started. Other reports have said that she earns $300,000 per season, but that has not been confirmed.

Back in March of 2013, former NFL quarterback Kordell Stewart filed for divorce from Porsha, and there was a prenuptial agreement in place. With that situation happening, Porsha really didn't receive a whole lot in the divorce.

The celebrity net worth of $500,000 for Porsha Williams Stewart has a lot to do with her assets and not her actual cash. Documents from the end of 2013 showed that she had almost $18,000 in her bank account and that she owed upward of $20,000.

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