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‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Star Going Through Same Hardship that Plagued Kenya Moore?

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Another “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star is going through the same hardship fans remember Kenya Moore endured not too long ago…allegedly falling behind on monthly payments for the sprawling home she occupies.

There’s no question that Porsha Stewart is taking a huge financial hit since her divorce from Kordell Stewart. She receives $5,000 a month in spousal support, according to TMZ. Compared to the standards she was used to living in prior to her split from Kordell, that is chump change. None of the ladies on “Real Housewives of Atlanta” live inexpensively, but this is quite the culture shock for Porsha! got their hands on some legal documents that show she was sued by The Grandview Condominium Association in 2012 for “falling behind on her homeowner’s dues and when she didn’t respond to the lawsuit, the Condo Association went back to court in Nov. 2013 because she still wasn’t paying.”

Now it appears in the court records that Porsha is having garnishments deducted from her bank account totaling 17,859.67. On Jan. 13, 2014 a judge signed off on the garnishment that allows SunTrust Bank to receive the funds for The Grandview Condominium Association.

Porsha Stewart’s current income is from the Bravo hit series, of course — in addition to her hair products line branded Go Naked Hair.

What is it with the ladies on this show falling into debt? Seems like the more money and success a lot of celebrities have, the more they spend beyond their means. Hopefully Porsha will be able to pay off these debts and move on with a good financial future now that she’s a divorced woman starting over.

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