Kenya Moore reacts to her “RHOA” suspension after allegedly sharing posters of costar performing oral sex

Moore unveiled the posters, which allegedly showed "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" newcomer Brittany Eady engaging in the act, during filming on June 6.

Kenya Moore has addressed her future involvement on The Real Housewives of Atlanta after reports of her being indefinitely suspended from the Bravo show for unveiling NSFW posters of series newcomer Brittany Eady during filming.

"You will be seeing me," the reality star said during an Instagram Live on Friday. "I'm not going anywhere despite all this stuff."

Moore showed off the posters, which featured Eady allegedly performing oral sex on an unknown person, while cast and crew were on location at the grand opening of Kenya Moore Hair Spa in Atlanta on June 6, PEOPLE reports. Eady was not present when Moore revealed the posters.

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In the aftermath of the incident, a source confirmed to the outlet that Moore has been suspended from the show and will not return until the network has completed its investigation. The source also claimed that Moore shared the posters after Eady allegedly threatened her using the word "gun."

However, a second source close to the Bravo production told PEOPLE, "At no time was Kenya ever threatened with a weapon nor was there ever a weapon present during the course of production."

Moore first spoke publicly about the alleged incident in a June 8 post on her X (formerly Twitter) account.

"I would never engage in revenge porn," she wrote at the time. "I have never distributed private images or footage of anyone, nor solicited images owned by others to use to threaten or blackmail. I have always been vindicated. I can't talk about STORY even with people planting fake news #sweet16."

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Eady also addressed the situation in a series of posts on her Instagram Story, which have since been reposted on social media. "Thank you to everyone who has reached out to me about what took place at the event yesterday," she wrote. "I am still processing the nasty, low, disgusting, vile things that was done to try to hurt me. BULLYING and revenge porn is never okay."

In a second post, Eady added, "It's never a good feeling being targeted or HAZED by someone I thought would embrace me into a new circle, that I never met. For the record, I've never once had possession of any weapons or threatened anyone ever. I've never been to jail, in [a] fight, or even had as much as a speeding ticket. That's not my character. I am hurt by the narrative that's being displayed. Wrong is wrong."

Moore has been a mainstay on RHOA since joining the series in season 5. She had a guest role in season 11 in 2018 and 2019, but she returned as a main cast member for season 12.

Representatives for Moore and Bravo did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment.

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