The drama is popping both on-screen and off-screen at the season 5 reunion of the ‘Real Housewives Of Potomac.’
Monique Samuels set the internet ablaze when her binder of receipts immediately etched itself in Housewives history and ignited flames of chaos around her castmates – especially Gizelle Bryant and her partner Pastor Jamal Bryant.
For, it seems to support claims of a plot launched against her as well as raising serious questions around the legitimacy of The Bryants narrative of a rekindled romance. Specifically because Samuels presented what she asserts is evidence that the Pastor has been seeing other people.
Well, the situation has escalated into a legal melee and The Samuels aren’t backing down.
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Per TMZ, Pastor Bryant hit Monique with a cease and desist letter which accused her of defamation by way of “maliciously spreading inaccurate and unfounded information” on TV. He bemoans her sharing his phone number on the taping and claims it put him in danger.
The letter adds that Pastor Bryant intends to sue Monique if he doesn’t receive a response guaranteeing that the claims will stop.
It seems he’ll have a fight on his hands, but Mo and her lawyer are sticking by their statements.
Their response asserts that the popular Housewife has “has irrefutable proof of your egregious sexual conduct with a woman you have been seeing for the past eight years, as well as others.”
It also dismisses Pastor Bryant’s claims about the phone number drama, as it was edited out of the broadcast.
Making clear that they aren’t playing games, Monique’s husband, ex-NFL’er Chris Samuels, has hit Pastor Bryant with his own cease and desist letter.
According to Chris, Bryant has been trumpeting lies and fallacies about him – including the claim that he’s abusive and suffering from CTE.
Word is that Pastor Bryant has three days to remove all of his social media chatter or he will sue.
Suffice to say, it’s all happening in Potomac!
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