Kordell Stewart is speaking out against allegations that he ever laid a hand on his ex-wife Porsha Williams during their marriage.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star told “Access Hollywood Live” yesterday that some of the scenes for her “Flatline” music video were inspired by the domestic violence she faced during her relationship with Kordell. She hinted that
Today, Kordell released a statement addressing her latest claims. “I married my wife because she was a Godly woman who had accepted her calling as a minister,” Kordell wrote. “The bright lights made Porsha loose [sic] her way. I no longer know the person she has become.”
He argued that he was a very loving husband to Porsha and he “supported her and invested in her success.”
Although many “RHOA” viewers saw Kordell as very controlling, the two seemed very committed to one another during their only cycle on the show as man and wife. Shortly after their first season together wrapped up production, he filed for divorce in a shocking decision to split from the Bravo housewife.
“As a reminder, I divorced her,” he said “At no time has there been any findings against me, during or before the divorce proceedings, to indicate anything less than a loving and supportive husband.”
He added, “I was done over 14 months ago with our relationship and marriage.”
For now, Kordell is focusing on raising his son as a single father, despite repeatedly having to speak on his failed marriage. “That is a big enough job, without having to continue to respond to her false claims and foolishness,” he stated, indirectly denying accusations that he abused Porsha during their brief marriage. “It seems she is willing to do anything to try and keep herself relevant.”
Kordell wrote in conclusion,”I hope she can move forward and stop bringing me back into her life.”
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