By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
Porsha Stewart’s divorce to Kordell just keeps on getting nastier and stranger. Although they attempted to appear as if they had it together during their appearance on season five of “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” it’s pretty clear at this point things between them have become nothing more than a big mess. Not only did Porsha claim she was blindsided by the filing, but she even revealed in a recent interview that she found out the marriage was ending via Twitter. Recently, it was reported by TMZ that Kordell had even changed the locks on the home they were sharing, and by doing so Porsha was forced to move back in with her mother. This of course comes just days after Kordell admitted he wanted to work on the marriage and changed his mind about divorcing. To be expected, Kordell claims that’s not what really went down. Hip Hollywood reports:
In the paperwork obtained by HipHollywood exclusively, Kordell states that while he did change the locks on their home, it was because Porsha, “abandoned the marital home on April 2nd, 2013.” Stewart goes on to say, “(Porsha) established a routine of leaving (the) pre-marital residence without explanation and without consideration of the detrimental effects such behavior would have on the parties’ marriage , and (Kordell’s) nine year old son.”
Wait, there’s more. On top of all of that, Kordell said he DID try to tell Porsha he was changing the locks via text message.
“Hey reaching out not knowing who may or may not have keys to the house at this point, I was concerned for our safety so I changed the locks on the house. If and when you need to get in give me a heads up so you can get in”, the text, which we’ve seen, reads.
Kordell goes on to tell the site that Porsha should be responsible for herself financially and get her own place to live because “She is a celebrity, and has the income through appearances, endorsements, Bravo and other entities …(Porsha) should be capable of supporting herself but may not be able to as a result of her own financial negligence.”