Details have emerged about a reported brawl that broke out last Thursday during a taping of a "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion special involving stars Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams.
According to Moore's 911 call, obtained by TMZ, Williams attacked Moore, a former Miss USA, on the third floor of Atlanta's Biltmore hotel. On the call, Moore, 43, can be heard saying, "I've just been assaulted ... She hit me in my head and was fighting me, hitting me."
In addition to the 911 call surfacing, Williams broke her silence Tuesday morning -- sort of -- during an interview on the "Tom Joyner Morning Show." While promoting "Flatline," the first single from her as-yet-untitled EP, Williams shared her thoughts on whether "Real Housewives" perpetuates the "black women can't get along" stereotype.
"I don't know if we proved that [black women can't get along], because our cast is associated. Some of us were girlfriends before, some of us weren't," Williams said. "And we're all independent and outspoken. And so when you get us together, that's how you end up with 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta.' We're all really feisty, and we all have a point and we want to make it known."
Williams, the former wife of onetime NFL quarterback Kordell Stewart, refused to comment on rumors surrounding the confrontation between herself and Moore.
"I have no comment for that," Williams said. "You just have to watch the reunion and see what happens ... Everything will come out in the wash."
Check out Porsha Williams' interview in the clip above.