Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion Fight: Will Kenya Moore Take Legal Action Against Porsha Stewart?
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Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion Fight: Will Kenya Moore Take Legal Action Against Porsha Stewart?

Kenya Moore seems to be a magnet for legal drama, but this time we can’t say we blame her — at least not until we get a better idea of what really went down. As you likely know by now, Kenya and her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Porsha Stewart got into a physical altercation at the March 27 taping of the Season 6 Reunion, and although no major injuries were sustained during the tense brawl Porsha did get up out of her seat and pull Kenya’s hair.

So, this begs the question, will Kenya press charges against Porsha for the incident, which had to be broken up by Bravo’s own Andy Cohen and a security team that was already on hand? “Kenya is fine,” a source tells Us Weekly, but that doesn’t mean she’s ruled out taking legal action against 32-year-old Porsha. When asked if Kenya intends to press charges, Us’ source said, “You never know with these ladies.”

It’s likely too early to tell whether or not Kenya will take legal action, but she and Porsha have pretty much been on bad terms since they both joined the show at the start of Season 5. Still, Kenya didn’t press charges when Chris Williams grabbed her at NeNe Leakes’ pajama party earlier this season, and even though that was a harmless altercation (at least for Kenya) her friend Brandon DeShazer also elected not to press charges after Phaedra Parks’ hubby Apollo Nida cracked several of his ribs during the same fight. According to Brandon, it wasn’t worth punishing Apollo, but that was mainly because he has two young sons at home that didn’t deserved to be punished for their dad’s actions.

Will Kenya be as compassionate as her pal when it comes to dealing with Porsha pulling her gorgeous hair? Only time will tell!

Do you think Kenya should press charges? Tell us what you think below!

Source: Us Weekly

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