“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Williams has been charged with assault for her role in an altercation with Kenya Moore at the "RHOA" Season 6 reunion special a few weeks ago.
According to E! News, Williams was booked and released on Wednesday, with a source telling the site that, "She's doing great." Williams was charged with misdemeanor battery, reports TMZ.
Moore filed a police report after the attack, which was captured on film. In the audio from a recently released 911 call Moore made, she can be heard telling the dispatcher she had "just been assaulted" and naming Williams as her attacker. "She hit me in my head and was fighting me, hitting me," Moore told the dispatcher.
During the latest episode of “Watch What Happens: Live,” Bravo executive Andy Cohen shared a few details about the fight. Cohen was serving as the host and moderator of the "RHOA" reunion show.
“There was an altercation that took place between Porsha [Williams] and Kenya [Moore],” Cohen said. “They stood up. I think I stood up pretty quickly and it was such a flash. It started to escalate. I was kinda trying to prevent it and a couple other people jumped in too.”
Cohen said he wasn’t impressed with the actions of Williams and Moore. “I just don’t want that to happen again. I think it’s gross. It’s totally inappropriate; it’s wrong. It’s not entertaining. It’s just bad,” he said.
A teaser trailer for the "RHOA" reunion special has been released. In the clip, the lead-up to the fight and a brief glimpse of the physical altercation can be seen. Check out the trailer below.