Kenya Moore was left in tears after her ex-boyfriend Matt Jordan damaged her beloved Moore Manor. In a sneak peek for this week's The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Jordan is caught on camera breaking down her garage door.
"I'm not doing good," Moore, 45, told co-star Cynthia Bailey the morning after the incident. "He came over here and he was drunk, telling me he wanted to come and get his stuff."
When Moore took his remote so he wouldn't have access to her house, he took matters into his own hands.
"He came up to the door and kicked the window," she said of the attack, which took place at 2am. "He broke the window in the garage. I don't know what to do. He just gets angry. He's acting out. He's acting like a child."
Bailey responded, "If he's a child he needs to go home to his mother. What kind of s**t is that? I'm really nervous about the way he's behaving."
When Bailey asked if Moore is "afraid" of Jordan, she paused and then replied, "I don't think he'll ever do anything to me."
But Bailey wasn't convinced, as she advised Moore to "think about taking time away from this guy."
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Jordan damaged her glass garage door, garage door, outdoor security camera and Range Rover on August 15.
"Kenya advised she could not see out of some of the security cameras," the reporting officer from the Sandy Springs Police Department wrote in the report. "Four of the cameras had obviously been spray painted with a black substance. A ladder was still propped against the residence under two of the lower cameras that has been spray painted with obvious overspray on the side of the wall."
"I asked Kenya about the suspect, she believed it was Matt Jordan," the 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 recently ended their on-again, off-again relationship, as he has already moved on with urban model Tiffany Maiyon.
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