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Landlord Calls Cops On 'RHOA' Star Kenya Moore After Cameras Filmed Her Moving Out


Jul. 11 2013, Published 4:58 p.m. ET

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Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore might be moving out voluntarily, but it wasn't before cops made yet another visit to the Atlanta, Georgia, home. has learned police were called to the six-bedroom Roswell property on Thursday after Bravo cameras were spotted in the driveway filming Moore, 42, as she packed up her belongings.

As these exclusive photos reveal, five unidentified men were in the driveway as the former Miss USA ended her tenure at the property. One of the individuals had a broadcast camera in his hands, while another individual appeared to be wearing sound recording equipment. An unmarked white vehicle was in the driveway.

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"There were camera crews filming Kenya's departure for an episode of Housewives," an onlooker told

"The landlord called the police because Kenya should not be on the property, nor did she give permission for anyone to be filming."

It's the second time in 72 hours that police were called to the luxurious $3999-a-month mansion rental home where Moore had lived until a bitter spat erupted with her landlord in June.


Moore agreed to leave the home voluntarily this week after landlord Conya Dillon Weems filed papers to evict her from the home for not paying her entire May rent: $848 in alleged past late fees and utility bills, plus $4,500 in late fees and penalties.

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."

Dillon previously told "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."

As reported, earlier this week police responded to a complaint of suspicious vehicles parked out the front of the home.



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