Ralo Wonder, the man The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star Porsha Stewart allegedly had an affair with before her estranged husband Kordell Stewart filed for divorce from her in March, has leaked steamy texts they sent each other.
MediaTakeout published screen grabs of flirty messages reportedly written by Porsha and Wonder.
In the explicit messages, Wonder sends several vulgar texts about how he wants to be with her. She replies about how conflicted she feels about starting a romantic relationship with him.
"I don't think you know what you may be getting into," Porsha reportedly wrote in one text. "I'm scared...My body says yes."
The alleged sexting continues with graphic detail.
The last photo in the list of their text message history may provide proof that it is indeed the reality star, who is exchanging the saucy text messages. When Wonder asks about her availablility to get together, Porsha allegedly wrote that she had "to meet with Bravo PR at about 3:30. I think I land at 2:40."
Freddyo.com reported on June 11 stated that Porsha and Wonder had a "steamy side relationship" before Kordell filed for divorce on March 22.
According to reports, one of Wonder's "disgruntled business associates" threatened to go to the media with proof of their affair. The unidentified businessman had Wonder's cellphone, which had substantial evidence that a relationship existed between Wonder and Porsha, and threatened to leak the evidence to the media if he was not paid back money Wonder owed him, according to the report.
Wonder is a publisher, Nascar race car team owner, reality television and film producer who works with hit songmaker Akon.
The leak was considered damaging to Wonder, who is engaged to Crystal Mocahontas, an Atlanta local who is being considered to replace one the stars on season 6 of RHOA. The evidence would also hurt Porsha in divorce court, a source told Freedyo. Kordell reportedly learned of his wife's affair with Wonder but didn't have the proof he needed to include it in his grounds for divorce, reports claimed.