According to court documents obtained by Radar, the Bravo star is demanding the court shut down her estranged husband’s attempts to stake a claim in the home she purchased in 2015.
Kenya bought the pad for $515,000 and did a complete remodel.
Sources say Marc claims he invested money into the home during the marriage. In court documents, his lawyer wrote, “Husband seeks an equitable division of the parties’ marital residence.”
In newly filed docs, Kenya pleaded with the court to deny Marc’s claim over the home. She writes, “Respondent is well aware that Petitioner owned and operated the property in question long before the marriage.”
As Radar previously reported, Kenya filed for divorce from Marc in May. She listed the date of marriage as June 10, 2017. The date of separation is listed as September 19, 2019.
She claims they have been living in a "bonafide state of separation since that date."
Kenya is demanding primary custody of their daughter, Brooklyn, with Marc only receiving visitation. Marc is onboard with their daughter living with Kenya but wanted joint legal custody, which will allow him to have a say in important life decisions. They both listed the marriage as being “irretrievably broken.”
Now, Kenya is also asking the court to immediately grant her sole custody, order Marc to pay her child support, and deny all his requests.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star is also asking that Marc pay her legal bills.
Kenya is also pleading with the court to schedule an emergency hearing in the case. Her lawyer wrote, "there are various issues impacting the care, safety and well-being of the minor child that could be continuously impacted if not addressed at least on a ‘Temporary’ basis."
They added, "Without assistance and direction for this Honorable Court, it is our belief that the un- resolved matters as to the minor child will continue, and could become irreparable.”
Marc's attorney fired back denying there was a need for an emergency hearing. His motion read, "Respondent DENIES that there are various issues impacting the safety and well-being of the minor child that could be continuously impacted if not addressed."
The judge has yet to set a hearing.