Kenya Moore's demotion from the Real Housewives of Atlanta isn't the only loss she's suffered recently. It is now being reported that she made the decision to shut down her business for good.
According to Radar Online, papers obtained from the Georgia Secretary of State Corporations Division confirm that the reality star's production company, Moore Vision Media, INC, has officially closed its doors.
The site reports that Moore "voluntarily terminated the business and it was dissolved on January 30, 2015."
"All known debts, liabilities and obligations of the limited liability company have been paid," the certificate of termination reads. "There are no actions pending against the limited liability in court."
This all comes after news that Moore has been downgraded on RHOA, with her allegedly no longer being a full-time cast member.
"Shooting starts in two weeks and Kenya will not hold a peach," an insider told the publication. "Execs aren't even sure if Kenya will be a 'friend' on the show. She's been fired as a full-time housewife. She just hasn't delivered anything that people want to watch. So she's out."
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