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Real Housewives of Atlanta

3 Things to Know About Kendra Davis, Kim Zolciak’s Former Interior Designer

As Kim Zolciak’s time on The Real Housewives of Atlanta winds down, we know that her “eviction” from the Georgia mansion she was renting from Kendra and Antonio Davis is just around the corner.

We saw Kendra sporadically last season as she decorated and prepped the house for Kim and her family to move into, but just who is the lady responsible for kicking the Zolciak-Biermann brood to the curb? Read on to find out a bit more about Kendra.

3. She’s Married to a Pro Athlete

Like many ladies on or affiliated with RHoA, Kendra is married to a former pro athlete. Her husband, Antonio Davis, is a retired NBA player who played for the Indiana Pacers from 1993-1999. He also played for the Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls, and New York Knicks before retiring in 2006.

2. She’s a Mother

If you thought it was cold of Kendra to kick Kim and her kiddies out of the Georgia house, then you may be surprised to learn that Kendra and Antonio have two children of their own. They are the proud parents of twins, Antonio Jr. and Kaela. Kaela plays basketball at Buford High School and is highly regarded as a college prospect. Looks like she takes after her dad!

1. She Has a Shady Past

Kendra may be accusing Kim of neglecting to pay rent and squatting in her house, but Mrs Davis has a few things she’d probably rather keep hidden.

In January 2006, Kendra’s hubby was thrown out of a game with the New York Knicks after her charged the stands because saw a fan verbally harassing his wife. After the incident, Antonio received a five-game suspension.

Shortly after that, Kendra was charged with road rage (the charges stemmed from an incident that occurred in October 2005) after a female driver alleged that Kendra cut her off and then threw a cup of hot coffee in her open car window.

Kendra claimed she threw the coffee because the other motorist used a racial slur (which she denied), but a jury later acquitted Kendra of any charges.

Oh, Kendra. Why you gotta be like that, boo? Did you learn anything new about Kendra?