Matt Jordan was caught on camera punching Kenya Moore’s driver in the face on a recent episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta – and the attack could land him in jail again! The driver is telling all about the incident that has Jordan wanted by police exclusively to RadarOnline.com.
Moore’s driver, Anthony Greene, told Radar of the attack, “I was driving Ms. Moore to Peter Thomas’ grand opening at Club One. A black SUV rolled up and this big guy came out and started walking towards the truck.”
Greene explained how Jordan began “cussing and yelling” at Moore. With all of the doors locked besides Greene’s, Jordan “stuck his head in to try to unlock the doors.”
“I rolled up the window on him and that’s when he punched me in the face,” Greene explained. “Kenya screamed and he ran back into his truck and sped off. That’s when police came.”
Although Jordan apologized for the incident, Greene filed a police report against Jordan.
In a report exclusively obtained from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, the victim is accusing the suspect of simple assault and communicating threats. (Police would not confirm or deny if Jordan was the suspect in the incident.)
“Suspect one struck the victim on the right side of the victim’s face with a close right fist,” the report from the August 14th incident read. “The suspect stated to the victim that, “I will beat your a**.”
According to the Warrant Inquiry for Mecklenburg, Jordan currently has two warrants out for his arrest for simple assault and communicating threats.
The next day on August 15, 2016, Jordan was accused damaging Moore’s glass garage door, garage door, outdoor security camera and Range Rover.
In a police report obtained by Radar, Moore told police the vandalism was “related to the breakup.”
As Radar readers know, Jordan was pulled over on March 3, 2016 for failure to maintain lane after his vehicle crossed a solid line. He was arrested when the reporting officer learned he had a warrant out for his arrest for driving with an invalid license and running a read light.
He pled guilty to the charges and was ordered to pay a fines of $247.50 and $286.
Jordan did not respond to Radar’s request for comment.
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