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NeNe Leakes Pressing Charges After Being ‘Harassed and Stalked’

NeNe Leakes went live on Instagram Wednesday night and disclosed that she’s finally nabbed some information on her stalker.

“Gon’ be pressin’ charges on some people. Literally being harassed and stalked,”The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star says as she dines out with a pal Aug. 15. “Finally, my detective found information. Yes, yes.”

The outing and admission came after Leakes spent a day filming a confessional scene for season 11 of RHOA. And her golden headpiece and long, blonde lock were getting lots of love from fans.

“I like the hat. Very different. Reminds me of the 60s 70s (vintage/regal).”

“@neneleakes I think you look like a complete snack honeyyyyy 🔥🔥🔥🔥🙌🙌🙌.”

“You are so cute!!! We ain’t goin’ back and forward with these jealous b—-es!!! You are the ONLY original housewife that has any to show for your hard work! #f–kem.”

But the star has talked about having a stalker before. She said in another live stream over the weekend at Waffle House that she had someone following here there, too. She was out after a late night with her husband Gregg Leakes and their son Brent.

“You know, we keep a stalker,” she said in the clip. “It’s so sad to be a stalker with no life. But the detective clocked his number.”

NeNe also added that her number was “being tapped anyway,” and said she’d call a police officer in the morning.

“I think we got the person, I think we got him,” she added.

Not all things are so dark in Leakes’ life, though. The RHOA star has been getting praise from fans as of late for herself posing with her husband “just because” on Monday.

Several commenters were amazed by how youthful the couple looked together.

“Looking younger and younger guys!😍😍😘😘

“Wow, you look 20 years younger in this pic beautiful.”

“How do u look soooo much younger… help a girl out Nene x.”

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