Kenya Moore And Matt Jordan: ‘RHOA’ Star Exposes Matt’s Long Criminal Past

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Kenya Moore has defended her then-boyfriend Matt Jordan from public scrutiny for months, but it sounds like she's finally moving on to focus on herself. It's no secret that she's embarrassed about what has happened in their relationship, especially since she never thought that she would be the victim of someone's aggressive ways. Moore is always calling herself a strong woman, so it was odd to see her break down on cameras during Sunday's episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta after Matt broke down her door. However, these days, Kenya has no problem calling out Jordan's violent behavior and it sounds like he has quite the criminal record.

According to a new tweet, Kenya Moore is now revealing that Jordan has done plenty of things that the public doesn't know about. And now, some tabloids are digging around and they are finding a long lineup of mug shots. Some of these arrests are from before Kenya dedicated her life to him and she's now calling him out, sharing all of the things she has done when the cameras were not around, including paying for his bail.

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For a long time, people thought that Bravo was filming in Mexico, when the two went on a romantic vacation in the spring. It was during this trip that he got angry with Kenya for texting people who he didn't know and he decided to break her sunglasses and kick in the hotel door. When it happened, many tabloids assumed that Kenya Moore was filming The Real Housewives of Atlanta and that his violent outburst would be caught on camera for everyone to see. But this outburst was not caught on camera and he wasn't doing it for media attention.

"There were no cameras around when I posted bail, paid for tickets, back owed rent to keep from being evicted, or never left his side when he cried in my arms to take him back countless times. And there were no cameras around when he got arrested for a felony last month (for the 4th time in a year) tazed, handcuffed and fled on foot. There were no cameras when he was banned from filming because of his violence," Kenya Moore continues in her Instagram post, sharing that production actually decided to cut him out of the show because of his violent ways.

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"I'm not playing the victim. I'm fighting back. I will not continue to be abused by someone who now wants to exploit something I was accused of 5 years ago by a scorned lover as payback to hurt me to justify violent his behavior," Kenya Moore explains, sharing that she's not doing to play the victim, but rather to expose him for who he really is.

What do you think of Kenya Moore exposing Jordan for his violent and criminal ways?

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