‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ Suspends Kenya Moore Over Disturbing Online Content


Real Housewives of Atlanta is down one cast member, as Deadline has confirmed with sources an ET report that Kenya Moore is “suspended indefinitely,” allegedly over some online content that surfaced.

Bravo is not commenting but Moore and newcomer Brittany Eady were reported to be recently in a confrontation over the material.

ET, citing a source, reports “Kenya was suspended for allegedly depicting Brittany performing a sexual act at the grand opening of her Kenya Moore Hair Spa in Atlanta, from images allegedly found online. The network is still reviewing the content Kenya displayed during filming.”

The media outlet confirmed that Eady and the rest of the ensemble are still filming. They reported it was “unclear” if Moore would return.

The online rumor mill speculated that there was a threat made against Moore that involved a gun.

A separate source close to the show told ET, “At no time was Kenya ever threatened with a weapon, nor was there ever a weapon present during the course of production.”

Moore is not staying silent. She posted a statement on social media, saying, “I would never engage in revenge porn, I have never distributed private images or footage of anyone, nor solicited images owned by others to use to threaten or blackmail.” She added, “I have always been vindicated.”

Eady also denied threats and weapons were involved.

“For the record, I’ve never once had possession of any weapons or threatened anyone ever,” Eady wrote.

The upcoming 16th season of RHOA features returning Porsha Williams and Drew Sidora, with new cast including Kelli Ferrell and Angela Oakley.

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