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The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Porsha Williams is apologizing to her co-stars and viewers for the fight that broke out on the show's reunion special two Sundays ago.

The reality star, who made headlines today by claiming ex-husband Kordell Stewart abused her, is opening up about a physical attack she committed.

"Throughout the season on Real Housewives I was manipulated and bullied and at the reunion taping when emotions were heightened," Williams says.

"I suffered severe bullying since I was a child, to the extent of contemplating suicide, and was physically and mentally abused during my marriage."

"I was pushed too far with objects waved in my face and my personal space was continuously violated, and I reacted in a way which I am not proud of."

On part one of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, Williams suddenly snapped after Kenya Moore waved a scepter and megaphone in her face.

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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.

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion special was back last night for part two of three ... and there were no fights this time. Just a great deal of tension.

In the immediate aftermath of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion fight, which we've had a week to process but took place just minutes ago here?

Porsha Williams was done. Left the building. Andy Cohen said Bravo does not condone violence. Kenya Moore defended herself and showed no regrets.

Cynthia Bailey didn’t feel Porsha was “under attack,” as Cohen put it, while NeNe Leakes and Phaedra Parks said that Kenya provoked her with her props.

Kenya insisted she was just having fun with her bullhorn, scepter and sex toys. Umm, no. “It is a violation to point anything in my face,” NeNe retorted.

Moore doesn’t think props were what caused Porsha's beatdown, rather her nemesis' issues. Kenya, meanwhile, proclaimed an anti-violence message.

All we know is that Kordell Stewart is very happy that she's going by Williams when she's beasting on "s--ts from the '90s." In other plot lines Sunday night:

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Cynthia Bailey is opening up about one of the most notorious Real Housewives brawls of all time, having enjoyed a front row seat for the epic melee.

As you're well aware if you saw The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, Kenya Moore needled Porsha Williams relentlessly on a number of topics.

Eventually, Porsha just snapped and beat down Kenya.

While NeNe Leakes was quick to defend Williams - or at least place equal blame on Kenya for baiting her - Cynthia is trying to remain more diplomatic.

“I don’t condone violence, period,” Bailey blogged. “As dramatic as the reunion can be, I always look at it as a time for closure, as well as new beginnings.”

Spoken like someone who's more on Team Kenya than some others we've heard from in recent days ... but also doesn't want to be quoted as such.

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TMZ cameras caught up with Kenya Moore at JFK airport today and she was surprisingly talkative on the subject of her recent fight with Porsha Williams.

What does the embattled housewife have to say about it?

Kenya described her throwdown with Porsha at the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion as "disgusting to watch," an opinion that's likely shared by many viewers.

Following the altercation Porsha, who beat down her rival substantially, Williams was reprimanded by reunion host Andy Cohen and asked to leave the set.

Sadly, Kenya declined to comment on Porsha's mugshot, which is a shame because it's really the most glamorous photo ever taken in a police station. 

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NeNe Leakes is coming to the defense of her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Porsha Williams in the aftermath of Sunday's melee and Williams' arrest.

“I’ve sat through many reunion shows, but this one takes the cake for me!” NeNe wrote on her official site in the unofficial understatement of the year.

While Kenya Moore might play the victim and chastise Porsha for using violence, Phaedra Parks says she's a bully, and NeNe is inclined to agree.

She had nothing to lose at The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, NeNe said, and provoked Williams the same way she's tried to provoke others before.

“When is it ‘okay’ to BULLY someone, then question retaliation?” NeNe asked, claiming the former Miss USA “taunted, pushed, provoked and lied” all season.

Leakes also RAILED against Moore on Twitter, writing:

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kenya Moore says in a new interview that she's considering leaving the Bravo reality show after her last weekend's brawl.

She wants to stop the violence, and is just too far above the fray to be victimized by someone on TV like that, or so she believes in her own head.

"We all agree that we don't condone violence," Moore told the AP. "We've become angry with each other, we've threatened each other and gone to the edge."

"But at the end of the day, we know there's a line," she adds of getting beat down by Porsha Williams. "If there are no consequences, where does it end?"

During part one of the hit Bravo series' always-combative reunion special, the two arch-nemeses were hurling insults at each other left and right.

As the beef escalated, Williams finally lost it, stood up and threw Moore down by her hair, dragging her across the floor before security broke it up.

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In the wake of Sunday's explosive reunion, The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Phaedra Parks is standing by her man, Apollo Nida, and her co-star, Porsha Williams.

Parks sounded off on the notorious Porsha Williams-Kenya Moore fight that broke out on set and left little doubt that to a degree, she's a Porsha apologist.

Apollo and Phaedra

"Truth be told, Porsha and I had talked about a lot before the reunion because we were in a very fragile state,” she said on Watch What Happens Live.

“I had warned her," Parks adds of Williams and what might occur.

"This year I wasn’t pregnant ... last year, Kenya had obviously threatened to snatch me up and I guess beat me [while I was] eight and a half months pregnant.”

“But she’s not violent now! Oh, no! Don’t say that, now," Phaedra said sarcastically, referring to Kenya Moore's statement urging an end to the violence.

"I stressed to [Porsha] the importance of just being calm and making sure you maintain the proper decorum. But Kenya has a way of provoking people."

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Hours after The Real Housewives of Atlanta fight heard 'round the world, Kenya Moore issued a statement and made one thing crystal clear:

She does not condone violence. No way, no how.

Sure, she might have antagonized Porsha Williams by insulting her intelligence and marriage, even bringing props to goad her co-star even more aggressively.

But there's just no excuse for violence, people.

After weeks of speculation surrounding their reported brawl on set, viewers finally saw Porsha Williams beat down Kenya Moore Sunday on Bravo.

As you can see if you re-watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online, Porsha may have thrown down, but Kenya was hardly an innocent bystander.

Moore sure makes it seem that way though, first with her eye-rolling 911 call and now with a statement she's released in the aftermath of the episode.

Williams faces battery charges following an investigation, though Moore is reportedly willing to drop the charges if she receives a sincere public apology.

Good luck with that. There's clearly no love lost between the two reality stars, who went at each other all season long, sparring (verbally) on the hit series.

Even Kenya's statement subtly digs at Porsha, touting Moore's own intelligence and casting herself above the fray - not that she couldn't take Williams.

She's been trained by Israeli special forces in self-defense, Kenya claims, and can take anyone down in three moves. She just chose not to here.

Mmm hmm. So whose side are you on in this epic celebrity feud?

Read her statement in its entirety after the jump and decide:

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Relations have thawed (sort of) between Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams following The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion fight we saw last night.

Following the duo's epic melee, Kenya called 911 and had Porsha investigated, with Atlanta police booking her on misdemeanor battery charges last week.

It's obviously much ado about nothing, and according to reports, Kenya may be willing to drop the charges now that the dust has settled ... on one condition:

"Kenya just might ask the charges be dropped," an insider said, if Kenya gets an apology from Porsha, and if she vows to take responsibility for her actions.

“[Only] if Porsha publicly came out and apologized to Kenya and genuinely said she’s sorry and meant it and said how she was wrong for putting her hands on Kenya."

“She wants Porsha to know that what she did was extremely unladylike and foul and pledge in public that she will never do such a thing again."

Don't hold your breath. If you watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online, you know the tensions were building up to this smackdown all season.

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Kenya Moore Quotes

[to Kenya Moore] You best hope nothing happens to me, because you might not have a job. I'm your storyline. I sustain your career . . . I built you, so stop playing games.

Apollo Nida

[to Kenya Moore] "You a sneaky, trifling slut."

Phaedra Parks
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