*”Real Housewives of Atlanta” men Matt Jordan and Peter Thomas got into a physical altercation at a North Carolina radio station today as part of the ongoing drama over Jordan’s attempt to get extra payments out of his ex Kenya Moore’s pocket.
This all started with Matt saying Peter and fellow cast member Todd Tucker got in his ear about how their ladies break them off a percentage of their “RHOA” checks, including a piece of the reunion show coin.
But Kenya and Matt broke up before the reunion was filmed in Atlanta last Thursday, and according to reports, she has refused to pay him any of her earnings. Matt feels he deserves some extra cash for putting up with Moore’s shenanigans throughout the season.
Earlier this week, he went on an IG rant against Kenya that simultaneously exposed Peter and Todd as the two who coached him on how to get 10 percent of Kenya’s “RHOA” check.
Peter responded directly to Matt on Instagram with a video message asking why he and Todd were dragged into the situation and calling his actions “soft.” Peter captioned the clip, “Please tell the truth.”
Matt reportedly saw this video and clapped back at both Peter and Todd.
Matt Jordan threatens Peter Thomas & Todd Tucker after Peter clapped back at Matt’s video where he claimed he was coached by fellow Real Housewives of Atlanta husbands, Todd and Peter to ask Kenya for compensation — 10% of Kenya Moore’s salary. Link in bio. #rhoa #realhousewivesofatlanta #mattjordan #PeterThomas #ToddTucker
Today, Matt followed through on his threat of violence when he reportedly came across Peter at the North Carolina radio station. According to several Atlanta blogs, Matt choked out Peter and knocked him to the ground before cops were called. Assault charges will reportedly be filed against Matt.
Meanwhile, Atlanta blogger Freddy O spoke exclusively to Peter about the fight. He said: “I wasn’t trying to fight at the radio station which is so unprofessional, but I will be pressing charges.”
Sources tell Freddy O that Matt refused to sign the waiver from the radio station to allow video footage of the fight to be released.