"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kenya Moore has denied recent reports that she faked her previous relationship for the hit Bravo reality show just days after her ex-boyfriend Walter Jackson made the explosive claims.
Moore, who joined "RHOA" in season five, recently dismissed Jackson's allegation as "deceitful" in a direct statement to talkshow host Wendy Williams.
"Walter's recent statements are completely false. I am embarrassed that I allowed a deceitful and hateful person in my life," Moore said in a statement.
"I've been humiliated enough by appearing desperate for a man to marry me who has his own agenda. I urge viewers to stay tuned. The truth will come to light," she went on. "I can do better than Walter and I will."
Walter made the startling revelation to on V-103's "Frank & Wanda" morning show. He insists that despite Moore's claims that the former couple was in a serious relationship for two years, they actually only dated for three months over three years ago.
The local tow truck business owner alleged that Moore, 41, randomly contacted him after she was approached by Bravo producers and begged him to participate on the show. She reportedly explained that his appearance would be similar to acting.
Walter has since moved on with songwriter Christon Ingram and claims that up until recently he had never even been in love, according to Funky Dineva.
Despite Moore dismissing Walter as a liar, a number of critics, including Williams, have openly supported his claims, with the talkshow host revealing that she does not believe the former Miss USA.
"I don't believe a word. I believe what Walter said. You wanted a boyfriend. Otherwise, Bravo wouldn't let her on the show," Williams candidly told her audience after reading Moore's statement. "I know it's very embarrassing this was all exposed. I know that in a great but small city like Atlanta you can't go anywhere. You can't go to the bank or the grocery store. Everyone is laughing at you. Crazy!"