Kenya Moore's Relationship Drama Is a Publicity Stunt, Says Ex's Wife

ATLANTA, GA - FEBRUARY 22:  Television personality Kenya Moore attends Bronner Bros. 2015 Mid-Winter International Beauty Show at Georgia World Congress Center on February 22, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Bronner Bros.)

Kenya Moore's Relationship Drama Is a Publicity Stunt, Says Ex's Wife

RHOA star claims to be "heartbroken" over getting dumped.

Published May 14, 2015

We know reality stars will do just about anything to remain relevant, but deliberately humiliate themselves in public? That's hard to believe. Still, it's what Jaimi Gregory, wife of the man Kenya Moore claims dumped her after they met on Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker, says she's doing.

A day after Moore told the world via Instagram that she was devastated to learn her man James Freeman went off and got married to Gregory while they were still together, Gregory says Moore is spinning the story for publicity.


"James was on Millionaire Matchmaker in September [2014] and I met him in December. We met on and three months later we were engaged,” Gregory tells “Then on Good Friday, April 3, 2015, we got married. We just knew right away that we were in love.”

Gregory adds that Freeman “totally forgot he even did the show and so when the commercials started airing he told me all about it.”

“He said he went on two or three dates after the show aired with Kenya,” she claims. “He told me they just kissed and nothing else. He said she just wasn’t the right person for him, but he wished her the best.”

However, in the past two weeks, Moore allegedly started reaching out to her husband again. “Kenya wrote to him saying that they should celebrate since their ratings were so high,” she said. “But he told her that he had met someone and fell in love so it wasn’t appropriate for him to talk with her anymore.”

Allegedly, Miss Moore didn't take the rejection very well and accused Freeman of hurting her brand. Next thing Gregory knew, her husband was in the center of a Real Housewives of Atlanta plotline. Well, if it makes the newlyweds feel any better, plenty of people are clowning on Kenya for her failed relationship — whether real or fictitious. We have a feeling this will go away soon, and the Freemans will continue their lives together.

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Written by Evelyn Diaz


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