‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Producers Ban Alcohol From Reunion After Violent Brawl

Mary Jane

The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion was a memorable one last year, as the women made history. During the reunion, Porsha Williams decided to get off the couch and attack Kenya Moore, who had been making comments about Porsha’s divorce from Kordell Stewart. The divorce was showcased on Real Housewives of Atlanta and was still fresh for her.

Kenya Moore claims that she was not responsible for what happened during the reunion, but many felt that she was provoking Porsha. But she may not have expected that Williams would get off the couch and violently attack her. Given everything that happened last year, the Real Housewives of Atlanta producers are now planning on taking precautions for this upcoming event.

According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report, the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion will be different from past reunions. Producers are planning on running a tight shift to secure the safety of everyone involved.

“Producers have drawn a very hard line in the sand, and have reached out to each of the ladies making it very clear, there will be no violence tolerated,” a source has revealed, adding, “There will extra security on hand, prepared to deal with any potential problems.”

Of course, the women are always strategically placed on the set, and this will continue. The women are expected to stay seated, no matter how heated the arguments get. This could be a problem, given the unresolved issues between the ladies on The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

“The cast members will be required to sit in their assigned seats, and not allowed to get up until there is a break, or unless given permission. Any deviation will result in immediately being removed from the filming, no questions asked,” the source added about the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion special.

In addition to the planned seating, producers are now banning all alcohol from the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion. In fact, no alcohol will be available on set, meaning there will be on traditional toasting at the end of filming.

The reason for this extra security is due to the attack last season, which resulted in charges. Of course, Kenya was pushing Porsha, but the producers want to avoid this incident from happening again. According to the Inquisitr, Porsha believes that the fight may have been the reason behind her demotion, but Bravo says that her storyline wasn’t worth filming too much.

What do you think about the Real Housewives of Atlanta producers’ plans to add more security to the set?

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