Kenya Moore‘s estranged husband, Marc Daly, is reportedly taking issue with the Real Housewives of Atlanta star having their daughter, Brooklyn, in the vicinity of an on-camera altercation.
As a result, he’s allegedly calling for the court to find the Miss USA titleholder in contempt.
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The Matter Reportedly Stems From Marlo Hampton, Causing A Scene In Birmingham
According to Radar Online, Marc Daly recently filed court documents over the matter, which stems from an RHOA argument breaking out near Brooklyn.
For context, the incident in question went down in Birmingham, Alabama, earlier this season. After Kenya retired to her room with Brooklyn for the evening, co-stars Marlo Hampton and Shereé Whitfield proceeded to bang on her door.
Marlo was particularly intent on disturbing Kenya as she unapologetically kicked the door while yelling Moore’s middle name. Eventually, Kenya responded by threatening to call the police. She also confirmed that Brooklyn was with her in the room.
We should add that Kenya later discussed how the Birmingham situation frightened Brooklyn.
Given how the situation played out, Marc Daly accuses Kenya of failing to uphold the judge’s stance.
Specifically, the judge previously declared that Brooklyn could be on RHOA because there was “no evidence” that Kenya would put Brooklyn in “any environment that might not be in the minor child’s best interest, or may in any way be considered dangerous or inappropriate.”
Marc Daly Allegedly Lists Off Other Issues With Kenya Regarding Brooklyn
On top of Marc Daly’s issue over their daughter being near an on-camera argument, Radar Online notes that he’s also accusing Kenya of failing to uphold other terms of their agreement regarding Brooklyn.
Specifically, he reportedly points out that a judge ordered Kenya to let Marc know “of any [economic] opportunity where the minor child will appear on camera.”
However, Daly says Moore had Brooklyn star in a Home Run Inn pizza commercial without having “any discussion” with him about the matter.