Kenya Moore is breaking her silence after being evicted from her Atlanta home stemming from a lawsuit from her landlord claiming the Real Housewives of Atlanta star didn't pay her hefty rent.
Kenya's landlord, Conya Dillon, was in court on Tuesday where the housewife or her lawyer failed to appear, resulting in a judge evicting her on the grounds that she failed to pay $848 of her $3,999 rent for her Georgia home. Kenya, true to form, had strong remarks when speaking to Wendy Williams about the eviction.
"First of all, we never got notice of a court date, so that's going to be overturned and we will have another court date," Kenya insisted. "It isn't over until the fat lady sings," the former Miss USA said. Kenya then did her best in explaining why exactly the lawsuit transpired in the first place, placing full blame on her displeased landlord and calling the situation ridiculous.
"Secondly, this is absolutely absurd," Kenya charged. "I've paid this woman nearly $52,000 in rent and she has a $6,000 security deposit of mine. I have paid her May rent and paid her June, and my lease is up in three weeks. So this whole thing is absolutely ridiculous," Kenya lamented. The housewife offered her own reasoning behind the landlord's unhappiness with her, pointing to her successful career stemming from the Bravo show as a reason for jealousy.
"I don't know if it's necessarily so personally, but the key is Wendy - now, it gets a little complicated - but she's taking her ex-husband back to court," the evicted housewife revealed. "I can't help it if I live a fabulous life and she can no longer afford to be in the house," Moore said.
Infamous for her dramatic tendencies on the RHOA show, Moore then went into a saga of crazy landlord behavior that would make anyone squeamish. Moore detailed the alleged transgressions of Dillon that led her to file a countersuit claiming the landlord entered her home without permission.
"When I didn't move out when she wanted me to, because she has to give me 60-day notice, I have no problem. I don't want to be anywhere where I'm not wanted. I can find another house. Done," Moore explained. "And it was just like every day she was coming in and out of the house. It has gotten really crazy. I almost had to get a restraining order against her, that's how scared I was, to where we had to up cameras," the housewife said, describing the terrifying living conditions the preceded the eviction.