Kenya Moore was brought to tears when Matt Jordan destroyed her beloved Moore Manor, but the Real Housewives of Atlanta ex-boyfriend exclusively claimed to RadarOnline.com that Moore had the scene staged!
"Miss Moore requested I do that and certain things to build her storyline," he told Radar. "I never broke anything that wasn't already planned to happen. It was agreed upon prior to it. It was per her decision to boost her storyline on the show."
As Radar exclusively reported, Moore called police when she discovered her glass garage door, garage door, outdoor security camera and Range Rover were damaged on August 15.
"I asked Kenya about the suspect, she believed it was Matt Jordan," the police report obtained from the Sandy Springs Police Department 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."
But the Atlanta-based personal trainer insists they were together at the time of the incident.
"I was convinced it would be a good idea to do," he said. "She got the police report to show she has a crazy boyfriend. That really hurt. I didn't think she would go that far and do me like that."
In a preview for the upcoming episode, Moore cried to co-star Cynthia Bailey the day after the attack.
"I'm not doing good," Moore, 45, said. "He came over here and he was drunk, telling me he wanted to come and get his stuff. He came up to the door and kicked the window. He broke the window in the garage. I don't know what to do. He just gets angry. He's acting like a child."
Despite Moore's alleged deceit, Jordan hopes to remain friends.
"We're definitely over," he told Radar. "I haven't spoken to Miss Moore in a few weeks. I would like to be friends. We were together for two years. I didn't date any other woman while I was with her. I would love to be friends and mend our friendship. Hopefully I'll be around."
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