As “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore moved out of her rented mansion in Atlanta, she apparently had her camera crew on hand to film her departure.
Apparently that wasn’t a good idea as far as Conya Dillon Weems, Kenya’s now ex-landlord is concerned.
RadarOnline reported that Weems Dillon called the police once she learned that there were cameras in the driveway as Kenya packed up her things.
“There were camera crews filming Kenya’s departure for an episode of Housewives,” an onlooker told RadarOnline.com.
“The landlord called the police because Kenya should not be on the property, nor did she give permission for anyone to be filming.”
This marks the second time the police were called to the 42-year-old “RHOA” star’s home in a three day period.
Moore had reportedly agreed to leave the residence voluntarily after Dillon Weems filed papers to have her evicted for not paying her rent and bills.
It’s the second time in 72 hours that police were called to the luxurious $3999-a-month mansion rental where Moore had lived until a bitter spat erupted with Weems Dillon in June.
She Tweeted Thursday, “I WON my eviction case and it was vacated! We proved I didn’t owe any late rent. Thanks for all your support! Moving on and up.”
Weems Dillon previously told Radar:
“She lied about renting the home and about her boyfriend amongst other things. 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 don’t live a fake life.”