Real Housewives Of Atlanta Reunion: Kenya Moore accuses Marlo Hampton of being fake and named Latoya

Real Housewives Of Atlanta Reunion: Kenya Moore accuses Marlo Hampton of being fake and named Latoya

Kenya Moore accused Marlo Hampton of being fake and brought up her criminal past on Sunday’s reunion episode of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta on Bravo.

‘Everything about you is fake, Marlo,’ Kenya, 51, hissed at Marlo during the second installment of the season 14 reunion. ‘Your name is not even your real name.’

‘You sound crazy,’ Marlo, 46, shot back.

Reunion drama: Kenya Moore accused Marlo Hampton of being fake and brought up her criminal past on Sunday's reunion episode of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta on Bravo

Reunion drama: Kenya Moore accused Marlo Hampton of being fake and brought up her criminal past on Sunday’s reunion episode of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta on Bravo

‘Latoya Hutchinson,’ Kenya said.

‘Is your name Latoya?’ show host Andy Cohen, 54, asked.

Marlo laughed and said that Kenya saw her arrest record from 20 years ago. She said her best friend’s name was Latoya Green.

‘Show us your birth certificate,’ Kenya demanded.

Crazy talk: 'You sound crazy,' Marlo, 46, shot back

Crazy talk: ‘You sound crazy,’ Marlo, 46, shot back

Good question: 'Is your name Latoya?' show host Andy Cohen, 54, asked Marlo

Good question: ‘Is your name Latoya?’ show host Andy Cohen, 54, asked Marlo

Twenty years: Marlo laughed and said that Kenya saw her arrest record from 20 years ago

Twenty years: Marlo laughed and said that Kenya saw her arrest record from 20 years ago

The show then flashed an image Marlo’s birth certificate on the screen that read ‘Marlo Patrice Hampton.’

Kenya said Marlo needed to talk about the fact that she was incarcerated.

‘I always talk about it,’ Marlo said. ‘It’s on the Internet. You googled it a thousand times. It’s on your bedroom mirror.’

Birth certificate: The show then flashed an image Marlo's birth certificate on the screen that read 'Marlo Patrice Hampton'

Birth certificate: The show then flashed an image Marlo’s birth certificate on the screen that read ‘Marlo Patrice Hampton’

Criminal past: Kenya said Marlo needed to talk about the fact that she was incarcerated

Criminal past: Kenya said Marlo needed to talk about the fact that she was incarcerated

Kenya said that Marlo never talked about being in prison on the show.

‘I’ve never been to prison,’ Marlo said. ‘I went to county jail.’

‘The fact that the reason that you landed yourself in jail, is because you literally slashed a woman’s face,’ Kenya said.

Behind bars: Kenya said that Marlo never talked about being in prison on the show

Behind bars: Kenya said that Marlo never talked about being in prison on the show

‘You are bringing that up because you are evil,’ Marlo said. ‘Baby, why are you lying? I’ll tell the truth when you get through.’

Andy tried to get them to move on to another subject, but Marlo said she just wanted to say one thing.

‘You are a lying b****,’ Marlo said.

One thing: 'You are a lying b****,' Marlo said

One thing: ‘You are a lying b****,’ Marlo said

‘That’s not a little thing,’ Andy said.

‘You better apologize,’ Marlo said. ‘Don’t you ever mess my character up! You are a liar!’

Marlo revealed the arrest happened when she was hanging out with the wrong crew after being bounced around in foster care. She said she got in a fight in a club with a girl that she knew and went to county jail for six months.

Not little: 'That's not a little thing,' Andy said

Not little: ‘That’s not a little thing,’ Andy said

‘It woke me up and made me realize I never want to go back and I’ve never been back since,’ Marlo said.

Marlo said her other run-ins with the law were for violating her house arrest probation by going out to the clubs and for a check to University of South Florida that was under $100 because she had the wrong address on her check.

‘You probably forged your papers to get through college,’ Kenya said.

Insults flowing: 'You probably forged your papers to get through college,' Kenya said

Insults flowing: ‘You probably forged your papers to get through college,’ Kenya said

Marlo said her last run-in happened when she was in her twenties.

‘This girl wants to bury me,’ Marlo said. ‘Keep throwing all that dirt.’

Kenya said she wasn’t bothered by Marlo’s comments about her.

Getting buried: 'This girl wants to bury me,' Marlo said. 'Keep throwing all that dirt'

Getting buried: ‘This girl wants to bury me,’ Marlo said. ‘Keep throwing all that dirt’

‘I think she is just an innocuous, vapid, shallow person, who is completely selfish,’ Kenya said. ‘I think really nothing of her so those words don’t hurt me.’

‘Oh, I have to look up those words,’ Marlo said.

‘I’ve seen her drag almost everybody on this show without question,’ Kenya said. ‘She has dragged her own nephews, we’ve seen it. Her own mother. She’s constantly talking about her own mother being in jail and on drugs.’

Drag queen: 'I've seen her drag almost everybody on this show without question,' Kenya said. 'She has dragged her own nephews, we've seen it. Her own mother. She's constantly talking about her own mother being in jail and on drugs'

Drag queen: ‘I’ve seen her drag almost everybody on this show without question,’ Kenya said. ‘She has dragged her own nephews, we’ve seen it. Her own mother. She’s constantly talking about her own mother being in jail and on drugs’

‘Telling the truth,’ Marlo said. ‘Unlike you. You don’t tell your true story.’

Marlo said she didn’t think Kenya and her could ever repair their friendship.

‘She’s always been dismissive,’ Marlo said. ‘She uses me and when she wants me and when she doesn’t want me, she dismisses you.’

Friendship over: Marlo said she didn't think Kenya and her could ever repair their friendship

Friendship over: Marlo said she didn’t think Kenya and her could ever repair their friendship

Marlo said she understands that Kenya has never forgiven her for the comments she made about her family.

‘I think she’s done with me,’ Marlo said. ‘I think it’s over. I’m going to be so stressed out, sad. I don’t know what I am going to do without Kenya.’

‘See, that’s the sociopath in her,’ Kenya said. ‘She thinks it’s funny and cute but yet she wants to constantly talk about it all the time in the press and to everyone else to pretend she is a different person than she is.’

Different person: 'See, that's the sociopath in her,' Kenya said. 'She thinks it's funny and cute but yet she wants to constantly talk about it all the time in the press and to everyone else to pretend she is a different person than she is'

Different person: ‘See, that’s the sociopath in her,’ Kenya said. ‘She thinks it’s funny and cute but yet she wants to constantly talk about it all the time in the press and to everyone else to pretend she is a different person than she is’

Part two of the reunion episode opened with Marlo discussing her difficult childhood in foster care.

‘Running away at 10, five different foster homes, you can only imagine things I’ve been through,’ Marlo said. ‘When people judge, they don’t know half my story. They couldn’t walk a mile in my shoes, live on the streets, and go into people’s houses, sleeping on mattresses on the floor.’

Marlo said crying that people attack her because she says whatever is on her mind.

Foster child: 'Running away at 10, five different foster homes, you can only imagine things I've been through,' Marlo said. 'When people judge, they don't know half my story. They couldn't walk a mile in my shoes, live on the streets, and go into people's houses, sleeping on mattresses on the floor'

Foster child: ‘Running away at 10, five different foster homes, you can only imagine things I’ve been through,’ Marlo said. ‘When people judge, they don’t know half my story. They couldn’t walk a mile in my shoes, live on the streets, and go into people’s houses, sleeping on mattresses on the floor’

Show newcomer Sanya Richards-Ross, 36, said that her experiences with Marlo had been good and that she had been a great friend to her.

Andy asked Marlo about the recent break-in at her house.

‘Oh, Lordy, that was bad,’ Marlo said. ‘I just heard a scream from William ”Auntie!” And that scream was a fear.’

Recent break-in: 'Oh, Lordy, that was bad,' Marlo said. 'I just heard a scream from William ''Auntie!'' And that scream was a fear'

Recent break-in: ‘Oh, Lordy, that was bad,’ Marlo said. ‘I just heard a scream from William ”Auntie!” And that scream was a fear’

Marlo said her mother’s instinct took over when the three intruders burst into her house.

‘I said some things that I don’t think intruders wanted to hear and I told them I was upstairs, come on, and they turned around and left,’ Marlo said.

Andy asked Kenya about her post on social media accusing Marlo of withholding details of the robbery from them. Kenya said she just wanted everyone to jump on a conference call to discuss what happened.

Social media: Andy asked Kenya about her post on social media accusing Marlo of withholding details of the robbery from them

Social media: Andy asked Kenya about her post on social media accusing Marlo of withholding details of the robbery from them

‘The officers asked me not to share the details, but on the third day I said, ”I’m going to share with them”,’ Marlo said.

Marlo also explained why she sent her nephews Michael and William away for a month.

‘I needed a reset button,’ Marlo said. ‘I came from abuse, from the streets, from just figuring this s*** on my own and I needed the break. I did. I needed to resent. I went and got a therapist.’

Reset button: 'I needed a reset button,' Marlo said. 'I came from abuse, from the streets, from just figuring this s*** on my own and I needed the break. I did. I needed to resent. I went and got a therapist.'

Reset button: ‘I needed a reset button,’ Marlo said. ‘I came from abuse, from the streets, from just figuring this s*** on my own and I needed the break. I did. I needed to resent. I went and got a therapist.’

Andy asked how her sister was doing.

‘We haven’t heard from her,’ Marlo said.

Andy thanked her for sharing her backstory.

‘It’s called damage control,’ Kenya said.

Damage contro: 'It's called damage control,' Kenya said of Marlo's story

Damage contro: ‘It’s called damage control,’ Kenya said of Marlo’s story

‘It’s called evil b****, Marlo responded. ‘Hurt people hurt people. Kenya and I both are hurt. Our family history is so much alike. That’s why she cannot uplift me or give me something positive. She’s always got to put me down.“

‘Stop with the fake stories, and the fake news,’ Kenya said.

Andy asked Drew Sidora, 37, whether it was hard for her and husband Ralph Pittman to watch the show back.

Looking back: Andy asked Drew Sidora, 37, whether it was hard for her and husband Ralph Pittman to watch the show back

Looking back: Andy asked Drew Sidora, 37, whether it was hard for her and husband Ralph Pittman to watch the show back

‘It’s always hard, but honestly, for us, it was just knowing who we are and how much we’ve grown, and just staying the course on our marriage,’ Drew said.

Kenya also revealed she was still not divorced because things were at a standstill with her estranged husband.

‘Until we get a trial date or settle it’s just going to continue to go on,’ Kenya said.

Divorce pending: Kenya also revealed she was still not divorced because things were at a standstill with her estranged husband

Divorce pending: Kenya also revealed she was still not divorced because things were at a standstill with her estranged husband

Shereé Whitfield, 52 admitted that she warned Sanya on the way to dinner in Jamaica on that trip that she needed to handle Kenya.

‘Kenya can be a little aggressive,’ Sheree said.

Kenya said Sanya hurt her feelings by saying in a Jamaica confessional that she put on a sob story anytime someone tried to hold her accountable. Sanya said she also stood by her husband Ross’ behavior of standing up for her at the dinner.

Duly warned: Shereé Whitfield, 52 admitted that she warned Sanya on the way to dinner in Jamaica on that trip that she needed to handle Kenya

Duly warned: Shereé Whitfield, 52 admitted that she warned Sanya on the way to dinner in Jamaica on that trip that she needed to handle Kenya

‘There’s no better feeling than the person that you love standing up for you,’ Sanya said.

Andy asked Sanya if her first season was what she expected. She said she enjoyed it.

‘What’s harder being a housewife or racing in the Olympics?’ Andy asked.

First season: Andy asked Sanya if her first season was what she expected

First season: Andy asked Sanya if her first season was what she expected

‘Housewife for sure,’ Sanya said. ‘In track and field, I feel I was born to do it. There is a roadmap. I knew exactly what I was trying to do. And being a housewife, I’m navigating new space. It was coming from left, right and center.’

The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion special will conclude with its third and final part next Sunday on Bravo.

The women will be joined by their spouses for the last reunion show. 

Olympics star: 'Housewife for sure,' Sanya said. 'In track and field, I feel I was born to do it. There is a roadmap. I knew exactly what I was trying to do. And being a housewife, I'm navigating new space. It was coming from left, right and center'

Olympics star: ‘Housewife for sure,’ Sanya said. ‘In track and field, I feel I was born to do it. There is a roadmap. I knew exactly what I was trying to do. And being a housewife, I’m navigating new space. It was coming from left, right and center’

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