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Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Kenya Moore’s Landlady Calls Cops on Her as She Voluntarily Moves Out

Kenya Moore evicted, landlady calls the police on camera crews Kenya Moore’s landlady, Conya Dillon Weems, called police after camera crews showed up to film Moore moving out of the Atlanta mansion. The reality star claims the move was voluntary.

For the past few weeks, Kenya has been locked in a crazy legal battle with her former landlady, who claimed the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star came up short on rent for two months. Needless to say, Kenya says the landlady is lying and that she paid her rent in full.

Either way, both ladies are claiming victory as the former beauty queen is finally packing her bags and vacating the premises.

According to Kenya’s Twitter account, she won the legal battle but according to the notice left by the sheriff’s department, it’s Weems who really came out on top.

“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,” one source told Radar Online last week.

Despite the notice, she tweeted on Thursday that she won the case.

“I WON my eviction case and it was vacated,” the tweet read. “We proved I didn’t owe any late rent. Thanks for all your support! Moving on and up.”

Kenya Moore eviction, legal battel comes to an end Of course, the move out didn’t happen without some serious drama.

It seems as if Kenya isn’t the only lady involved who may be off her rocker.

Reports revealed that the police were called several times because of a camera crew was present on the property as Kenya moved out.

As the 42-year-old packed up for good, a small group of men filmed the action for an episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, but it seems Kenya’s landlady wasn’t feeling that.

“The landlord called the police because Kenya should not be on the property, nor did she give permission for anyone to be filming,” an onlooker explained, although we aren’t sure how Moore is supposed to vacate the premises if she isn’t allowed to grab her things.

Either way, it seems she has all her belongings now and both she and the landlord are happy that the ordeal is over.

“I am blessed and very relieved she has to vacate my home,” Weems said after the eviction notice was posted. “I don’t care what Kenya is telling everybody….She lied about renting the home and about her boyfriend, amongst other things.”

She went on to slam her for the very thing that many other fans of the reality show have a problem with- she is a pageant queen but she behaves like a beast most of the time.

“I am disappointed that Kenya hasn’t used her pageant life experience to be more of a model citizen for young girls,” Weems added. “She is definitely no role model. It is apparent that she is lonely, bitter and very unhappy.”

It isn’t certain if the crew will have the right to air whatever footage they were able to film during Kenya’s eviction, but more than likely they won’t be able to unless the landlady gets a cut of the money.

 

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