A week after the hair-dragging heard around the world, the maligned Porsha Williams is breaking her silence about The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion fight.
The reality star is casting herself as the victim, not Kenya Moore ... despite the fact that she by all accounts PUNISHED Moore and got arrested for battery.
Her reasoning? Moore was doing the bullying.
"I had regrets immediately after," admits Porsha in an interview with Access Hollywood Live, but she says she was pushed to the brink by her nemesis:
"I saw the hate. I saw the anger. I saw all of that in Kenya's eye that moment. And I felt threatened, honestly I did, [the scepter] was a weapon."
That would be the prop Kenya Moore used to needle Porsha during the reunion, something Williams says she would never have done to a co-star:
"For Kenya, this as a job. It's a show to her; it's just entertainment. She doesn't take anything seriously. Here I am living this real life and here she is portraying one."
Williams argues, to that end, that she was bullied.
"It's not about team Porsha," she says (and clearly Kordell Stewart agrees after watching this display), thanking fans but at the same time cautioning:
"I appreciate the love, but understand the deeper thing going on here, it's bullying. Bullying can happen as an adult, it can happen as a child, in college, or your work place, everywhere."
Do you agree that she was bullied? And does it justify her actions in any way that she was provoked, even if we don't condone violence and snapping the way she did?
Whose side are you on? Vote below ...