In this week’s episode of the Bravo reality show reveals Porsha Stewart claiming that her divorce from estranges husband Kordell Stewart was causing her to have a nervous breakdown. It was this latest claim that caused Kenya Moore to accuse Porsha of using her marital situation as a way to garner more sympathy.
Taking to her Bravo blog, Kenya Moore wrote, “Maybe it is a bit insensitive of me to be tired of hearing about it.” She then went on to write, “When I hear one call their ex all kinds of gay queens, wanting to keep their ex’s last name after they’ve slandered them, wanting a big divorce settlement after two years of marriage with no property and no children together, having employment of your own, or stating they will come back if the money is right and if he deals with his demons…these blaring oxymoronic statements and feelings have strained my tolerance for this constant display of unsubstantiated emotional fragility.”
“There’s only so much you can do.”
The Bravo cameras were on hand to catch all the divorce drama spewing out. Last March, Porsha Stewart claims that she found out her husband was filing divorce from her on Twitter. The Stewart’s divorce was finalized on Dec. 5.
After Porsha Stewart made statements insinuating that her ex-husband was gay, Kordell Stewart’s attorney, Shiel Edlin commented on the allegations. Edlin said, “As a single dad, Kordell wanted to put his best foot forward by doing what was in the best interest of Syre.”
“However, the lack of truthfulness by Porsha during the divorce has been very confusing and hurtful to Kordell and his son.” Edlin went on to add that he is “hopeful that Porsha will stop vilifying Kordell at every opportunity.”
“For reasons we can’t understand, she displayed reckless abandonment of anything close to the truth over the last eight months.”
Catch up with Kenya Moore, Porsha Stewart and all the other housewives when Real Housewives of Atlanta airs on Sunday nights on Bravo.
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