Kordell Stewart claims Porsha Stewart is financially negligent

    Kordell_PorshaKordell Stewart asserted that he has no intention of financially supporting his estranged wife who allegedly spends all her money on her appearance.

    Former housewife, Porsha Stewart, has said she wants to reclaim her independence, but after the former NFL pro changed the locks on the home they still cohabited, she filed court papers asking that he be forced to provide her with enough money to secure a “suitable alternative residence.”

    However, Kordell said Porsha makes her own money and should use that income to pay for her own place. According to him, any financial challenges she’s facing today are a result of her own “financial negligence.”

    While it’s true that Porsha allowed her condo to go into foreclosure after marrying Kordell Stewart, Porsha has repeatedly stated that she was a “traditional” wife who likely opted not to have a second residence while living in a plush Atlanta mansion with her hubby.

    Kordell is not leaning a sympathetic ear to his estranged wife who is now living with her mommy. He said Porsha’s a celebrity in her own right and makes her own money, and a lot of it at that!

    “[She] has the income through appearances, endorsements, Bravo and other entities. [Porsha] should be capable of supporting herself but may not be able to as a result of her own financial negligence,” he stated in court documents.

    According to Wetpaint.com, in new court documents Kordell stated that Porsha is just trying to play the victim to “make herself more marketable in the media.” He went on to say that the “RHOA” cast member spends all of her money on “grooming and clothing items,” and neglected to pay her bills.

    Court documents indicate that Porsha is seeking the marital home in the divorce, but Kordell is still residing in the mansion with his son.

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