A judge has ruled that the Real Housewives of Atlanta star should be evicted. Kenya Moore’s landlord called the police as Bravo was filming in her home. Officers were called to her six-bedroom property in a Roswell suburb on Thursday after Bravo cameras were seen filming her packing up her belongings in the driveway.
According to Radar there were five men in the driveway as she moved out, with one of them holding a broadcast camera while another appeared to be wearing sound equipment, while an unmarked white vehicle was also in the driveway.
A witness said, “There were camera crews filming Kenya’s departure for an episode of Housewives.The landlord called the police because Kenya should not be on the property, nor did she give permission for anyone to be filming.”
It’s the second time in 72 hours that police were called to the luxurious $3999-a-month mansion where she had been living until she got into a feud with her landlord in June.
The 42-year-old former beauty queen was sued in Fulton County, Georgia court by her landlady Conya Weems-Dillon.
The lawsuit alleged that Kenya was $848 short on her May rent and broke several terms of the lease agreement.
The former Miss USA did not appear in court on Tuesday and a judge ruled in favor of her landlord.
Kenya may have a few days to vacate the premises since a source said the landlord was out-of-town on business and the county sheriff’s department may require the landlord’s presence for the eviction.
Kenya counter sued last week for wrongful eviction, slander and emotional distress.
Kenya in her lawsuit claimed that she paid full rent for May and June for the six-bedroom, six-bathroom house in the Atlanta suburb of Roswell.
The lawsuit also alleged that her landlord had often entered the house without notice.
Kenya also claimed that Weems-Dillion fabricated the conflict over the lease to gain media attention and damage her reputation.
Weems-Dillon in her eviction lawsuit was seeking June rent as well as $2,500 in eviction fees and damages.