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Cops Called To Kenya Moore’s House As She Moves Out

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In the latest twist in the Kenya Moore eviction saga, cops were called to the house in Atlanta she was renting after a call about “suspicious cars” parked out front. Turns out the cars were just movers getting a head start on moving Kenya out of the house.

A few hours after the move both Kenya and her landlord, Conya Weems-Dillon appeared in court. Following court, both Kenya and her landlord claimed victory and both were equally bitter towards one another. After the case was closed, both women walked out of the courtroom claiming to be victorious.

Kenya Moore: “Today’s victory proves that celebrities can fight back and not be victimized by people who wish to lie about them and use their name for the sake of publicity.”

Conya Weems-Dillon: “I am blessed and very relieved she has to vacate my home. She begged me to lease my home and live a pretend lifestyle she couldn’t afford. She will get hers in the end – no doubt. I am disappointed that Kenya hasn’t used her pageant life experience to be more of a model citizen for young girls. It is apparent that she is lonely, bitter and very unhappy.”

Either way, some people definitely celebrating Kenya’s moving out are her neighbors who labeled her the ultimate neighbor from hell!

The biggest victor could be Moore’s neighbors, however, who had labelled the reality star the ultimate neighbor from hell.

“The community is rejoicing,” one neighbor stated.

“The quiet Roswell community is ecstatic that Kenya is finally ‘Gone With The Wind’ and their dog walkers can finally get back to their jobs without being questioned by paparazzi!”

What are your thoughts? Post your comments below.

Source: Radar Online





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