Kenya Moore Claims To Have Proof To Shut Down Rumors About Her ‘RHOA’ Exit: “My Conscience Is Clean”

Kenya Moore says she has proof to clear her name about the rumors that led to her exit from The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

The reality star was suspended from the Bravo reality series after she allegedly showed explicit images of her co-star Brittany Eady during an event being filmed for the show.

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After the investigation, it was confirmed that Moore would not return to the show. Now Moore is claiming she has evidence that will prove she just didn’t randomly expose the graphic content.

“The rumors and narrative about me randomly showing nudes or revenge p is 1000% untrue. I have proof and will share soon,” Moore shared on Instagram.

The entrepreneur thanked her fans for all their support and added, “My heart is full and my conscience is clean.”

Moore continued, “So many false claims hiding behind anonymous sources. All this conversation and no facts being reported. If a claim or source was valid, would they need to hide?”

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As far as her future following her departure from RHOA, Moore is hopeful, saying, “My life is blessed. Myself and my daughter will continue to thrive in a non toxic environment where we feel appreciated and most importantly, protected. Thank you God for covering us.”

Moore had previously addressed her fans after news broke she would be leaving the Bravo series.

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“You are the best fans anyone could ever ask for and I love you all so very much. Always and forever,” Moore posted on X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter.

Moore previously denied she had engaged in “revenge porn.”

“I would never engage in revenge porn, I have never distributed private images or footage of anyone, nor solicited images owned by others to use to threaten or blackmail,” Moore shared on X, formerly Twitter. “I have always been vindicated. I can’t talk about STORY even with people planting fake news.”

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