Chauffeur Sues RHOA Producers, Peter Thomas, Matt Jordan for Alleged 2016 Assault

Maria Varela
Jul 05, 2019
09:31 A.M.
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A driver details how he became a helpless victim in a past altercation between Kenya Moore and her then-boyfriend Matt Jordan and is now suing the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" production company for allowing it to happen. 

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A hired driver was caught in the middle of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” drama a few years back and is now suing for compensation. 

North Carolina chauffeur Anthony Greene has come out in the open about an unfortunate incident that occurred in 2016 involving Kenya Moore, her ex-boyfriend, Matt Jordan, and Cynthia Bailey’s ex-husband, Peter Thomas. 

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HOW THE INCIDENT BEGAN 

According to Greene who recently filed a lawsuit against Jordan, Thomas, and “RHOA” production company, True Entertainment, he was hired to drive for Moore when he became a casualty in a conflict between the 48-year-old star and Jordan. 

The incident which was featured on the 9th season of the reality show began with Thomas opening a nightclub in Charlotte with Moore and her then-boyfriend Jordan invited to attend. Thomas reportedly paid for their flights from Atlanta and hired Greene to drive them to the venue. 

However, before leaving Atlanta, Moore and Jordan got into a fight which prompted the former to persuade Thomas to cancel Jordan’s plane ticket. Unaware of the change, Jordan showed up at the airport surprised that he had no flight to board. 

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A shocked Greene had been hurt and when producers found out about the incident, they persuaded him not to call the cops.

HOW GREENE GOT HURT IN THE CROSSFIRE

Still determined to get there and in a fit of rage, Jordan drove from Atlanta to Charlotte. When he got there, he intended to confront Moore who was being driven by Greene to the venue.

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According to Greene, things escalated when Jordan arrived and blocked the limo he was driving with Moore inside. The irate boyfriend rushed to Greene’s side, reached in to open the door and struck the driver in the face. 

A shocked Greene had been hurt and when producers found out about the incident, they persuaded him not to call the cops. He was reluctant but agreed to resume with his work. 

He was diagnosed with a concussion after visiting a hospital and was forced to seek psychiatric treatment due to the humiliation and mental stress he was subjected to.

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HOW GREENE'S LAWSUIT IMPLICATES "RHOA" PRODUCTION AND STARS

That’s now changed with Greene filing a lawsuit against the show’s production, Jordan, and Thomas. In his court documents, he claims producers were negligent in warning him about the threat of Jordan who had a history of being violent and thus, put him in harm’s way. He further adds he had no idea who Jordan was or how volatile his relationship was with Moore since he wasn’t a follower of the reality show. 

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Moreover, he detailed the physical and emotional torment he suffered following that incident. He was diagnosed with a concussion after visiting a hospital and was forced to seek psychiatric treatment due to the humiliation and mental stress he was subjected to.

Greene is suing the parties to the tune of $25,000 to compensate for the damage brought upon him and also asked that his attorney fees be settled. 

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HOW MOORE'S LIFE HAS CHANGED SINCE THEN

The alleged incident that tormented Green occurred a while back and a lot has happened since then. Moore moved on from Jordan and married Marc Daly. She soon left the show, had a daughter and recently teased her return to the show.  She has yet to comment on Greene’s claims though she’s not being sued.  Likewise, the parties involved in the lawsuit have not responded to the complaint.   

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