‘RHOA’ Star Matt Jordan Briefly About Kenya Moore Filing A Restraining Order Against Him.

It seems like trouble always find Matt Jordan.

Just recently, The Fulton County Superior Court has granted “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore a temporary restraining order against her ex-boyfriend, trainer Matt Jordan, a spokesperson confirmed to UsWeekly on March 31.

According to the magazine, the 46 year old filed documents accusing her former love of calling her “up to 30 times a day between September and February, even after blocking his number.”

Us Weekly reports that Kenya has also alleged that her ex threatened to “get” her and give her “what she deserves.”

Matt Jordan speaks about the situation on Snapchat.

Matt says, “It is hard for one such as myself to speak on issues where the law is involved.   Look we all do what we got to do out here and whatever. And, I’m sorry I’m from a place as soon as you start talking about criminal charges, lawyers, jail time, and restraining orders. You get nothing else from me. But, I will say this as a lot of you know I had to get a restraining order on my former assistant.

Matt Jordan is also BANNED from the upcoming ‘RHOA’ reunion.

Matt and Kenya’s drama was a staple of the latest season, but we’re told producers ultimately thought he was too violent to bring back. Not to mention the severe awkwardness that would have ensued during the taping a couple weeks ago.


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