These Real Housewives of Atlanta ladies won't quit, will they?
Well, last night, Ms. Kim decided it was time for her to talk to the press about the incident (and distribute her new publicity photos) because NeNe has denied any wrongdoing.
So what the heck is going on now? Keep reading to find out.
Kim says they were about three weeks into shooting the new season when the attack occurred after the two tried to talk out their differences.
"She lunged to me and put both of her hands around my neck and shook me," Kim told me yesterday. "I'm talking, kept both hands around my neck for over a minute. I couldn't breathe. I couldn't move. I couldn't do anything."
Kim called the cops and claims the two witnesses on the police incident report who corroborated her story are producers on the reality show. NeNe was already gone by the time the police arrived.
Kim didn't press charges at the time because, she said, she thought maybe NeNe was just having a bad day and "I was just in a bad place at the wrong time, because I know that NeNe does have a good heart underneath all her bulls--t."
But now that she says NeNe is lying about what went down, she's consulting with lawyers about her next move.
A rep for Bravo isn't commenting, but NeNe and Kim did hash some of it out last night on the network's new Watch What Happens: Live, hosted by network exec Andy Cohen.
"This girl is the biggest liar of them all," NeNe said of her former friend. "Kim lies so much its ridiculous."
Take a break from all this reality TV drama with a look at television costars smooching.