These Georgia peaches are going to have some bruises.
It's hard to imagine things could possibly get any crazier on The Real Housewives of Atlanta's reunion special after part one on Sunday night, which ended with a shocking brawl between stars Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore.
While E! News exclusively reported that Porsha was "doing great" after being charged with battery after the reunion taping scuffle, viewers finally got to see just how the physical altercation went down during the Bravo reality hit's sitdown hosted by Andy Cohen. And man, it was crazy. Like, we're talking craziest reunion special ever here, people. And it was only part one!
While things were tense between the two ladies throughout the entire taping, including Kenya putting a scepter (seriously) and later a megaphone in Porsha's face and Porsha telling her costar, "Your vagina is so rotten that no one will claim you," the tension finally reached the breaking point by the end of the hour. (Kenya accusing Porsha of cheating on her ex-husband didn't help matters either.)
The two women began hurling curses and fists at each other, with Porsha slapping Kenya as Andy attempted to intervene, yelling "No, stop!" Finally, the producers get involved and Kenya demanded Porsha be fired for her violent outburst, saying, "I am not going to sit here and get hit by someone on TV."
After the fight, Porsha is upset over her behavior, saying, "I can't believe I did that," and telling Andy she is "embarrassed and disappointed." But she also said she was "pushed to the wall." And while all of the ladies seem to be on Team Porsha, Andy told Porsha, who said she blacked out, she needed to leave the taping, booting her from the remainder of the reunion.
Last week, Porsha's rep told E! News, "She is charged with one misdemeanor count of simple battery stemming from an incident that occurred during the taping of the Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion episode. Cast member Kenya Moore sought out the warrant and, although the claim is unfounded, Ms. Williams is fully cooperating with investigators and looks forward to clearing her name."
Later, a source told us Porsha was "doing great" after being booked and released.
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