‘RHOA’ Star Cynthia Bailey Calls Bluff On Kenya Moore’s Eviction Drama: ‘I Didn’t Believe It For A Second’

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On the Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Season 6 premiere, Kenya Moore was fuming mad that none of her co-stars reached out to her about her eviction, so Cynthia Bailey defended her decision to stay out of Moore’s business, and RadarOnline.com has all the details.

“Kenya had no real reason to be upset with me about not reaching out to her regarding her alleged eviction,” Bailey wrote on her official Bravo blog.

“Kenya and I are still in the early stages of building a friendship, and we don’t really talk on a regular basis. At the time, outside of a few random texts here and there, I had not seen or spoken to her since the reunion.”

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The supermodel housewife called Moore’s bluff, admitting she didn’t think the eviction reports were true.

“Kenya is a smart, successful businesswoman, so I did not believe for a second that she would ever do anything to put herself in that kind of situation,” Bailey wrote.

“Therefore, I chose not to reach out to her when I heard this rumor, because outside of working with Kenya, her personal business/issues are none of my business unless she calls me to discuss them.”

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Radar exclusively reported that Moore is currently fighting her landlord in court over being evicted and was spotted moving out of the the $3999-a-month mansion she leased.

According to documents filed in Fulton County, Ga., Moore failed to make the full rent payment for May — she was $848 short — and also defaulted on the terms and conditions of the lease.

Despite being kicked out, a Bravo camera crew was spotted filming at Moore’s former house in July.

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Sources told Radar that Moore had the production company film her fake exit from her home.

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