A reality TV star pulled a gun on three intruders who broke into her home over the weekend, and what she had to say to them after the incident went internet viral.
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore posted details of the incident to her Instagram page, which included a video warning to anyone else who might consider breaking into her home.
“If you come over here, you come to my door, you can find out where I live please do, because if you come over here you gonna get a motherf***ing cap in your ass,” she warns in the first video clip. “No ‘who are you, what are you doing.’ you are gonna get a motherf***ing cap in your ass. I will f***ing shoot, and I will ask questions later. Try me.”
“I will be pulling a security footage and I will be getting a license plates and I will be prosecuting you for trespassing. You come over here, you gonna go to jail, and you might get an ass whipping on your way to getting shot,” she adds.
Moore followed up by posting a screenshots of security footage from her driveway and describing her intruders.
“I have a right to feel safe in my home and to protect myself,” she wrote in a long post with screenshots of the intruders escaping her driveway, offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who helps her identify them. “ I don’t care if I’m on TV. What if 3 strangers banged on your front door …2 of them being grown men wearing dark clothing knowing they could only get to you by jumping fences or trespassing onto other properties and mine? There are home invasions, robberies, rapist…What if your children or loved ones were threatened this way? Anyone who is bold enough to commit a crime, endanger themselves and others needs to be punished.”
Moore says the intruders had showed up in a white car and climbed over her brick walls in an attempt to evade her security cameras. Two of them were male and one was female.
The 1993 Miss USA pageant winner and former Celebrity Apprentice guest had been living in her new home for several months since purchasing and renovating it in 2015, The Blaze reports. On her relationship with President-Elect Donald Trump during her time on the Apprentice, Moore said Trump had never grabbed her and “was very fair to me.”
Trump has vowed he would “totally” protect the 2nd Amendment and has received emphatic endorsement from the National Rifle Association, but given his back-and-forth positions on gun control in the past, nothing seems guaranteed until his time in office.
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