Is “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, Kenya Moore, in real trouble? It sounds like she might be in financial trouble over paying her rent for a six-bedroom, six-bathroom home in the suburb of Roswell in Fulton County, Georgia. Rent there is a whopping $3,999 a month, but she’s been behind in making payments and the landlord is trying to evict her. In fact an eviction notice is posted on her front door.
RadarOnline reports that documents say Kenya didn’t pay her full rent in May — being short $848. She also defaulted on terms and conditions outlined in the lease agreement. Landlord, Conya Weems, is seeking rent for June and $2,500 in eviction fees and damages.
“The sheriff’s department posted the notice on Kenya’s home last Thursday but she still doesn’t know that she has been evicted because she hasn’t been home yet,” said an unidentified neighbor.
As the report stated, Weems has been swamped with complaints from those in the upscale neighborhood that since the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star moved into their community, there’s been a lot of disruption. It mostly has to do with the Bravo crews being present for filming and other events that take place for the reality show.
“The homeowner is incredibly upset at what is unwanted attention that has been caused as a result of Kenya moving into the neighborhood,” the source continued.
“Owners are concerned that the value of their properties are going down because she has not maintained the landscaping, nor the pool, has even storied furniture outside and her dog is always on the loose,” the neighbor said.
If this is all true, why would the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star allow this to happen? Is that why she copied Phaedra Park’s donkey booty idea in season 5 of “Real Housewives”? Maybe money is tight for the big-time producer of films and other projects and he’s desperate for anything to bring money in.