Kordell Stewart Responds to Porsha Stewart’s Abuse Claims
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Kordell Stewart Responds to Porsha Stewart’s Abuse Claims

Things haven't exactly been amicable between Porsha Stewart and her ex, Kordell, since their divorce last year, but now they are getting downright ugly. Leading up to the debut of her video for single, "Flatline," which depicts various scenes of domestic violence, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star has come forward to accuse Kordell of being both mentally and physically abusive toward her. But in an interview with Access Hollywood, Kordell insists that all of Porsha's claims are false.

"When you’re in an abusive situation, it kind of just builds, and it starts to get worse and worse. And people ask me, why didn’t you tell anybody or call the police or what have you? I thought that I could make it better," Porsha admitted to Access Hollywood earlier this week.

But, according to Kordell, in a new statement released to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Porsha has become a completely different person since joining RHoA, and everything she is saying is just an attempt to stay in the limelight.

“I married my wife because she was a Godly woman who had accepted her calling as a minister. The bright lights made Porsha lose her way. I no longer know the person she has become. I hope and pray she can turn her life around soon. I loved my wife, supported her and invested in her success … At no time has there been any findings against me, during or before the divorce proceedings, to indicate anything less than a loving and supportive husband … I’m focused on raising my son and being a single dad. That is a big enough job, without having to continue to respond to her false claims and foolishness. It seems she is willing to do anything to try and keep herself relevant. I have moved forward in my life and I hope she can move forward and stop bringing me back into her life," he responded.

Whom do you believe? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: Access Hollywood / Atlanta Journal-Constitution