Kenya Moore's June split from Matt Jordan turned tumultuous when he damaged her property and slammed her over social media.
But a police report exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com reveals the real reason for their breakup!
Cops were called to Moore Manor on May 31, 2016 because of a domestic dispute between the couple.
"I arrived and found a suitcase in the driveway that was thrown down from the top with clothes everywhere," the report obtained from the Sandy Springs Police Department read. "I met Kenya Moore who had called 911 about a dispute with her former boyfriend."
Moore explained to the reporting officer how they fought while on vacation in Mexico.
"Kenya stated she had just gotten back home when Matthew showed up and started a verbal argument," the narrative read. "Kenya stated there was no physical contact and I did not see any marks on her."
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star called police because she feared the dispute "would escalate."
"Matt left her after she called 911, but threw her bag down the steep driveway from his vehicle," the report ended.
Moore and Jordan announced the end of their one-year relationship only days after the incident.
"Looking back, I blame myself totally," Jordan posted on Instagram. "I learned very late in the relationship that a woman will not trust a man fully if he seems irresponsible or not up to standard in areas of a relationship. If she doesn't feel like she can put trust in a man emotionally, spiritually, financially, etc… That will cause a woman to feel resentment and most of all untrusting in her man."
But their amicable split turned toxic when he bashed her in August.
"Kenya is crazy," the rant began. "She can't keep a man because she doesn't do the right things. I've been put out, moved and manipulated countless times since the beginning. If I even so much as raise my voice she pretends like I'm getting ready to kill her. This woman is incapable of treating people appropriately. I'm not a materialistic man, but I am a man of respect." As RadarOnline.com readers know, Moore reported damage to her property on August 16. Moore's glass garage door, garage door, outdoor security camera and Range Rover were broken during the attack.
"I asked Kenya about the suspect, she believed it was Matt Jordan," the August 16 report read. "Jordan is an ex-boyfriend, they had been together for about a year and had broken up in the past week. Kenya believed the vandalism was related to the breakup."
Moore and Jordan got back together in November.
"I decided to move forward with Matt because he is really a good person," she told The Daily Dish of their reconciliation. "He's a great guy, but he's really emotionally reactive and a little immature. He definitely is not damaging windows anymore or taking it out on my house!"
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