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Bravo Appears to Block Kenya Moore from Returning to Reality TV

Kenya Moore is officially no longer on the cast of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” but that doesn’t mean she is trying to ditch reality TV altogether. However, Bravo has reportedly prohibited Moore from scoring a deal on a new network thanks to a clause in their contract with the expectant mom.

Moore and her fans have been open about how disappointed they are that she won’t be able to share her journey to motherhood on camera since she departed RHOA. So according to Radar Online sources, Moore tried to land a show with WEtv.

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But it allegedly didn’t work.

“She approached WEtv but Kenya is still under a Bravo contract until May 2019, well after her baby will be born,” the insider claimed in the Tuesday, Oct. 23 report after noting Moore, “told WEtv that Bravo cast her as a villain. NO. She cast herself that way.”

Apparently, Moore, whose baby with husband Marc Daly is due next month on Thanksgiving Day, can’t showcase the first few months of her life as a mom unless she wants to be punished.

“Bravo sent her attorney a copy of her signed contract dated 4/2012 and her amended one from 6/2014 with a ‘friendly reminder’ to follow all the terms or face ‘penalties,’” the source said.

However, that doesn’t mean Moore is out of ideas. She’s teased fans in the last few months about a project that she promises will let them in on her experiences as she prepares for her baby.

“I’m sharing as much as I can and I do have a project up my sleeves,” she told E! News in  September. “They’ll get an inside glance into as many moments as I can and whatever I chose to share with the public, they definitely see a lot that I experienced from baby shower to birth to planning stages.”

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