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‘RHOA’ star Porsha Stewart slammed for not paying her taxes

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“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Stewart was still working through her divorce when she was filming the show and on yesterday’s episode, her ex-husband Kordell Stewart made an appearance to share his side of the story to Peter Thomas, the husband of Cynthia Bailey. And he had some interesting information about Porsha. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on March 9, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Stewart’s personal issues were brought to light by her ex-husband on the show who was eager to open up about her personal business.

When asked if he still loved her, he added that he would always have love for her. “There’s love, but then there’s also business,” Kordell reveals. “There’s a law in the state of Georgia that talks separate property. Because she didn’t pay her taxes, she lost the condo. Through that process of her not being able to be responsible, her name didn’t go on this house. And being that her name didn’t go on anything, I’m good.”

It is a rather personal information that Kordell is sharing here, saying that his ex-wife didn’t pay her taxes on her property, and therefore lost her home. She has never spoken out about this and one can imagine that she doesn’t really want this to be known to the world.

What do you think of the comments that she didn’t pay her taxes?


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