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Mugshots?: Marlo Hampton Applauded for ‘Keeping It Real’ with Latest Motivational Post

Marlo Hampton is known for keeping it real and fans love it.

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star posted photos of her accomplishments and triumphs to Instagram on Tuesday, Feb. 25 for “transformation Tuesday.” Her post featured images of her college graduation, her first boutique and snaps of her mugshots, which fans fixated on the most.

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Marlo Hampton @marlohampton/Instagram

Hampton highlighted her personal growth and transformation over the years and added in her Instagram caption, “Life has no remote, get up and change it for yourself💪🏾. #transformationtuesday #youcantstopme 💰”

Fans commended the “RHOA” actress for her inspirational post, while others mentioned her mugshots.

“The mug shots tho 😍 Marlo you show them better than you can tell them hunny👏🏾 we love you for keeping it 💯real!”

“Mighty powerful! Thanks for sharing and congratulations on your success! @marlohampton you continue to shine and be as fabulous as you truly are I’m proud of you . Now give her peach already 🍑”

“You’re amazing! People who bring up your record don’t realize what strength it took you to get there. Also, black people are terrorized and stalked by police, you’d think there would be more empathy!!”

“Marlo rocks! I liked you since season 4 when you told Nene “they better google me & check my police record” I knew then you was a bad b–ch!!! 🤣😘👊🏾”

In 2014, Hampton’s “RHOA” castmate Nene Leakes leaked her mugshots and revealed to the public that the reality star had been arrested seven times.

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Nene Leakes (left) and Marlo Hampton (right) (@neneleakes/Instagram)

At 23, Hampton was reportedly arrested for leaving a woman disfigured after cutting her with a knife. She was hit with a first-degree felony charge according to Radar Online. Her other arrests happened over a span of time.

The Tampa, Florida, native addressed her police record during season six of “RHOA” and said, “I was in my early twenties, and what took place started out as an argument with someone who was once my friend, over the phone. … We all have a past and my hard-knock childhood in and out of the foster-care system is a reflection on a bigger issue we are faced with here in America, a broken foster-care system.”

She added at the time, “My present change in life is to live with God in my heart and help young women especially from the foster-care system avoid the challenges I faced.”

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