Cops were called in to review complaints of suspicious vehicles parked outside of the Atlanta mansion Kenya Moore was evicted from on Monday.
It was discovered that Moore arranged for movers to get ready to remove her belongings from the six-bedroom Atlanta home. She contacted movers ahead of her court appearance against her former landlord Conya Dillon that took place Monday in a Fulton County courtroom. While the details of hearing have not yet been revealed, Radar Online learned that both parties were victorious in their bitter court battle. After the session ended, both Moore and Dillon spoke with the website exclusively about the eviction hearing.
Moore said Monday's ruling proved that celebrities can fight back and "not be victimized by people who wish to lie about them and use their name for the sake of publicity."
Dillon meanwhile said she was happy that the reality star will be, like her song suggests, Gone With The Wind.
"I am blessed and very relieved she has to vacate my home," Dillon told said. "I don't care what Kenya is telling everybody... She lied about renting the home and about her boyfriend, amongst other things...She begged me to lease my home and live a pretend lifestyle she couldn't afford. She will get hers in the end - no doubt... I don't live a fake life."
According to the landlord's original eviction papers, Moore fell short on her rent payment for the month of May. She was renting a six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion but fell short by $848 on her monthly rent of $3,999 for the mansion in Roswell, Ga. The landlord is seeking the outstanding amount, rent for the month of June and $2,500 for eviction fees and damages.
Dillon requested an eviction, back rent and damages from the breakout star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta on June 5. A Fulton County judge in Georgia ruled in favor of Dillon on June 18. Moore and her attorney did not attend the hearing and filed a motion to delay the eviction on June 19, saying she did not receive a notice of the court date.
Dillon filed new documents requesting another hearing after Moore filed her counterclaim on June 19. Dillon filed a new motion on June 21, seeking to expedite the eviction proceedings. She wrote in her claim that Moore has a history of "delinquencies and defaults."