Kenya Moore’s Alleged “Real Housewives of Atlanta” Suspension Is Not

todayJune 18, 2024 36

share close

9AB21FAA 5766 4B74 856B C774D8BB0085

Kenya Moore is the latest “Real Housewives” star to allegedly be placed on the chopping block, joining a long list of Bravo staples to exit the franchise after controversy. 

Moore made headlines days ago when several sources reported that the haircare entrepreneur was being suspended following an alleged incident at her salon’s grand opening earlier this month. Several people present during the occasion claim Moore displayed images of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” newcomer Brittany Eady performing a sex act. It’s unknown how Moore got the photos, but she has maintained she did not engage in revenge porn.


Her fellow costars, Drew Sidora and Porsha Williams, have expressed support for Moore. Eady, however, has stood firm that the incident occurred and fired back against allegations that she threatened Moore with a gun. 

While Bravo has not yet released any official statements, it will only be a matter of time before Moore’s fate is revealed. Sources claim that the show is continuing filming without the Moore Manor resident. Sadly, her alleged exit from “Real Housewives of Atlanta” would not be the first time that one of Bravo’s biggest stars has been dismissed after a series of unfortunate events. 


Monique Samuels

Monique Samuels left “Real Housewives of Potomac” after a heated season five moment with fellow Housewife Candiace Dillard-Bassett. Their infamous winery argument resulted in Samuels tugging Dillard-Bassett’s hair. Allegedly, Samuels’ fellow “RHOP” costars were no longer willing to film with her, marking her fate. 

Nene Leakes

Nene Leakes is one of Bravo’s most adored Housewives, yet she has not been on the network since 2020.  She previously left the series after season seven to pursue other opportunities. Leakes returned in the tenth season but left after season 12. The “New Normal” actor has claimed that she was “pushed out” of the series after being offered only a handful of episodes for season 13. She eventually sued Bravo in April 2022 for fostering “a corporate and workplace culture in which racially insensitive and inappropriate behavior is tolerated — if not, encouraged.” She ultimately dropped her lawsuit in August 2022.


Denise Richards

Denise Richards joined the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” in season nine and left after just two seasons. Things seemingly hit the fan when former “RHOBH” Housewife Brandi Glanville claimed she and Denise hooked up. Denise denied these allegations and sent cease and desist letters to castmates and producers. Additionally, she refused to film with her castmates towards the end of her tenure. When speaking with PeopleTV’s “Reality Check“ about the situation in September 2020, Andy Cohen’s version of events was that Richards left after disagreeing with the network on her contract. 


Kim Richards

Kim Richards was let go from the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills“ following a tumultuous season five. It was during episode 16 that her infamous Amsterdam dinner scene took place, where Richards read nearly everyone at the table. While one of the franchise’s most memorable moments, Bravo admits they let Richards go to focus on her sobriety following a struggle with alcoholism. 

Sheree Whitfield

Sheree Whitfield has made history as the most fired “Real Housewives“ star, having been let go from the Atlanta series on three separate occasions. She first exited after season four before returning in season eight as a friend of the show.  Whitfield became a full-time cast member again in season nine but left once season ten wrapped.  The clothing designer made a guest appearance in season 13, which led to her once again regaining her peach in seasons 14 and 15. Sadly, it has been alleged that her lack of a storyline and even some alleged made-up ones, such as her romance with Martell Holt, led to her not being asked back for season 16. 


Phaedra Parks

Another Atlanta Housewife to be ousted from the series was Phaedra Parks. She appeared for six seasons and was a close friend of Kandi Burruss. However, their relationship deteriorated throughout her time on the show, resulting in the spread of the nasty rumor in season nine. Parks allegedly told fellow costar Porsha Williams that Todd Tucker and Burruss intended to drug and sexually assault her. The vicious story had no credibility and led to Parks being immediately let go after the season nine reunion aired. 

Brandi Glanville

Brandi Glanville was a fixture on the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills“ from seasons two through five. She has claimed that failing to get along with cast member Lisa Vanderpump led to her getting the boot. However, sources close to the production have long contended that Glanville feuded with all of her fellow Housewives, with one insider telling People in 2015,  “By the end, she couldn’t get along with anyone, and no one wanted to shoot with her.”


Robyn Dixon

Much like Sheree Whitfield down in Atlanta, Robyn Dixon was reportedly let go from the Potomac crew for failing to show key points of her life. Notably, Dixon refused to detail her marital issues for the cameras in season seven, which caused even her fans to turn on her. “Real Housewives of Potomac“ viewers even felt that Dixon was helping to fuel a bullying culture on the show, with both her and friend Gizelle Bryant being accused of colorism. In the end, Dixon had to go.

Like this:

Like Loading…


Written by: Ag Entertainment

Rate it

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

AG Memberships

Your gateway to exclusives. Coming soon.

Contact us

Sign Up

Subscribe to our email list and don’t miss anything!

Concerts & Events