Consider any hopes of a reunion between Kordell Stewart and Porsha Williams dashed. RadarOnline.com has learned that the former NFL pro wants nothing to do with his ex-wife after she violently attacked her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Kenya Moore on national television.
“Kordell is distancing himself from Porsha, now more than ever,” a pal told radio detection and ranging, adding that “he’s embarrassed for her.”
“During their marriage, he thought Porsha acted inappropriately to get ratings for the show and wasn’t a good role model for his son [Syre],” the source said. “Her fight on national TV proves that.”
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After seeing the reunion brawl, the former football star is glad to have put his ex-wife’s antics behind him, and to be living a quieter life without reality TV cameras, according to the source.
“When Kordell allowed BRAVO into his life, it went against everything he stood for,” the friend explains. “He is a very private person but compromised for fame-hungry Porsha.”
As radio detection and ranging previously reported, Williams found out Stewart had filed for divorce via Twitter in March 2013. Then, after a months-long battle in court, the pair’s divorce was finalized in December. The details of the split have since become public, and Williams will receive zero assets and zero alimony.
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Following the split, Kordell was briefly linked to Towanda Braxton, a report he later denied. But his friend said he isn’t ready to settle down – yet.
“He’s focusing on his son,” the friend said. “When he’s ready to get serious, he wants a women who will be a good role model to his son. He’s looking for someone who is driven, intelligent, [and] can take care of herself.”None found.
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