Former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Sheree Whitfield has broken her silence regarding the filing of three restraining order requests. Speaking out Wednesday, March 6, Whitfield says she didn't sign up to have people, like bloggers and press, invading her privacy or the home she has dubbed Chateau Sheree.
"What I did not sign up for is people coming on my property. Sometimes the bloggers and some of the press, they overstep their boundaries," Whitfield shared on "Raising America" Wednesday.
As previously reported, the "Who Gone Check Me Boo" talent filed requests for three restraining orders, baring three Atlanta area bloggers from her property following a series of videos and pictures that were posted online.
Looking back at her journey, going from being a housewife to a star on the popular reality series, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Whitfield admits that she did sign up for a certain amount of attention but she also wants to make it clear that she is a mother and has to protect her children.
"They didn't sign up for that. I signed up for that," Whitfield admitted before revealing that she tells her kids to be careful. "You have to be careful. You always have to constantly watch your back. You know, I can do all I can when they're in my presence to protect them but they have to learn how to (protect themselves)."
In related news, Sheree Whitfield is due to appear on the forthcoming second season of "Iyanla, Fix My Life." She will be joined by her ex-husband, Bob Whitfield.