Kordell Stewart may have filed for divorce from Porsha Stewart, but a new report claimed that the couple is reconciling and working on their marriage.
The former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback filed divorce papers at Fulton County Superior Court in Georgia on March 22. In the papers, he said his marriage to The Real Housewives of Atlanta star of almost two years is "irretrievably broken," and that the couple is presently separated. The couple wed back in 2011.
Hollywood Life reported that the two has been undergoing marriage counseling both as a couple and separately. The source said that the couple has decided to give their marriage a second chance.
Since Kordell filed papers saying that his estranged wife should not be entitled to spousal support, Porsha has filed legal documents of her own, claiming that her estranged husband pay her alimony and that she be allowed to stay in their house.
Listed in the court documents, Porsha said she sold her business to help raise Kordell's son, Syre, and that the decision to do so full-time decreased her personal earnings significantly.
Porsha's representative told Yahoo that the reality tv star is disappointed about Stewart's filing for divorce and has stayed committed and faithful to the marriage because he promised to work on their relationship.
"She opened herself up to being a mom and now this happened," a source said.
Enstars reported over the weekend that reported that Stewart was seen at Dave & Busters video games arcade in Marietta Ga, with Tania Richardson, his ex-girlfriend and mother of their 9-year-old son Syre. TMZ said the former NFL star looked "stressed out" as he was having a serious conversation with Richardson.
A source told E! News that Porsha is heartbroken and wants what she deserves from going through a tremendous heartbreak.
"Mrs. Stewart had held off on filing for a divorce herself and remained committed to the marriage because Mr. Stewart promised to work on the marriage with her. Instead, he misled her and she found out about the filing in the media," Porsha's representative said.