Kandi Burruss Welcomes Angela Stanton, Who Claims Phaedra Parks Is A Criminal, To Her 'RHOA' Party

Karen de Wilde

Perhaps the most shocking moment of part four of the Season 9 The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion show, some might even say the most shocking moment out of all the seasons' reunion shows, was when Phaedra Parks admitted that she was the one that told Porsha Williams that Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker wanted to drug her and her friend, Shamea Morton, to rape them. Not only that, Phaedra also admitted that she didn't hear that information directly from Kandi herself, which resulted in Porsha, who maintained that she would have never repeated the claim if she wasn't convinced that Kandi had said it herself, breaking down in sobs as she realized that she might have been used by Phaedra to get back at Kandi.

One person who watched Phaedra admit her wrong was Angela Stanton, the woman who wrote Lies of a Real Housewife:Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil, a memoir in which she claims she committed crimes with the help of Phaedra, only to be abandoned by her when she was arrested and sent to prison. Where did Angela watch the reunion show? At Kandi and Todd's restaurant, Old Lady Gang. Instead of shooing Angela away from her establishment, Kandi celebrated Angela's presence and even helped promote her book that claims that Phaedra's really just a criminal, but simply knows how to get away it.

As the reunion show aired on Sunday night, Kandi posted a video of herself welcoming and introducing Angela to the viewing party. According to Kandi, she didn't invite Angela, but she came of her own accord.

"This is crazy. We just saw me saying how, compared with what Phaedra did to me and if I brought Angela Stanton on our show but guess who just stopped by the Housewives viewing party. I did not plan it. Angela Stanton! She's sitting here."

"Lies of a Real Housewife. Amazon.com!" shouts Angela, who is sitting in the front row with a crowd of people behind her.

Kandi proceeds to ask Angela about the case that Phaedra brought against her over the book.

"Now was your case dismissed?"
"Dismissed with prejudice!"
"So you can sell your book?"
"I can sell my book. I can tell my story. She can't do anything about it. She forfeited her rights to sue."
"Hey, I did not plan that. She just so happened to be here. Okay, just want to make that clear."

"I recall a conversation in regards to things that [Parks] had going on, things that she was doing, how I could make money. I was a single mother with a bunch of children. I looked at it as an opportunity and I jumped on the bandwagon."
"Basically … there were conversations between her and I where there were orders were placed for things that [Parks] wanted or things that she needed for whatever. She would make a list of the things that she needed. I would take those things … I would pick up the list in addition to fraudulent checks, and I'd ride around all day going to different stores and I'd write checks and I'd collect the items that she needed, and I'd bring them back to her."
"I recall [Phaedra] telling me that it was time for me to be promoted, that she had something else for me to do. And this is when the fraudulent bank accounts came in. More fake IDs, fraudulent checks, this was another scheme."
"The car scheme involved fake identification cards, fake registration cards, going to different luxury car dealerships with the ID and a registration card."

"From there. I was told that the bank account had to sit for approximately 30 days. After the bank account sit, I got a telephone call from [Parks' current husband] Apollo. They had a check that was ready for me to deposit into the account. The check was made out to the alias, Tyra Evans, and it was in the amount of $23,000. I rolled with Apollo to the bank and we deposited the check into the bank. It cleared five days later. Where the check came from, I don't know."

[Featured Image by Moses Robinson/Getty Images]