Credit: Mike Coppola/Getty Images Photo: Kenya Moore and Miss J. Alexander at New York Fashion Week

On last week's episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, we watched Kenya Moore deal with her old landlady, Conya Dillon Weems, as police showed up at her house as she was trying to move out. Kenya took to her Bravo blog since the episode aired to explain the deets of what really happened. Well, what really happened according to her, anyway.

"My former landlord Conya Dillon Weems is the epitome of a vindictive, cold hearted, evil person with nothing to lose, and I finally have justice!" Kenya reported.

"When Conya engaged in her despicable conduct, my attorney filed suit for defamation of character, invasion of privacy, and other now substantiated claims, and the judge recently issued his ruling. The judge found that when I didn’t move out on Conya’s 2-week demand, she threatened to evict me, and then started a smear campaign with the media by furnishing them with lies of late rent and a plethora of other fallacies," Kenya claimed.

But, in the end, Kenya came out on top, with the judge confirming that she was never actually evicted.

"I was relieved that the judge found that I was NOT evicted as widely erroneously reported, and awarded me over $10,000 for damages against Conya for defamation of character and invasion of privacy," Kenya wrote of her triumph.

Hopefully, this will be the last we hear of this ongoing eviction saga!

Do you believe Kenya's version of events or does something still not add up about her story? Share your thoughts below!

Source: BravoTV Blog