Kenya Moore Was Reportedly Caught Crying In The Bathroom At Her Baby Shower

Her guests are to blame.

Kenya Moore recently threw an over-the-top royalty-themed baby shower with a slew of guests, and while the occasion was expected to be a momentous one, it is reported that she "hated every minute of it."

According to Radar Online, the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star broke down in tears and hid in the bathroom during the soiree because she "felt her ungrateful guests only came for free food and booze."

"Kenya and her baby shower were a mess," a guest told the site. "She tried to be more regal than the Queen of England but the sad reality is that she was pissed because she didn't get half of what she asked for on the registry."

Speaking more on her hysterical nature during the shower, another source added that her husband had to get involved, claimed "she was crying in the bathroom and Marc [Daly] had to secretly go inside and calm her down."

The site went on to add that Moore, who threw the shower at the Academy of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia, desperately wanted as many people to attend the event as she possibly could have. She even reportedly scolded her guests for not RSVPing in a timely fashion. At the top of her list of demands was the mandate that her guests purchase expensive gifts that were listed on her registry.

"She felt like people attended just to be looky-loos and to take pictures with her and her other celebrity friends," the insider continued. "She spent about $100,000 on the event and feels like everybody came just to eat and drink on her dime. She felt used and was mad the entire night."

As fans of the RHOA know, Moore was fired from the hit Bravo series after secretly marrying her now husband, Marc Daly, and refusing to film scenes with him for the show.

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