I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Robi Reed
Angela Stanton gained notoriety with her public feud and legal battle with Phaedra Parks, which she perceived as the ultimate betrayal by a friend.
Angela’s trials began at 15 when she had her first child and life led her to having her fifth child as she began to serve her prison term. Having overcome all that adversity Angela finds herself at a new bottom as she struggles with her children, their views of her as a mother and their inability to accept her new husband.
Her mistakes have come home to roost. Angela’s 16-year-old, openly gay son has become defiant and unaccepting of her ways.
Through trials and tribulations, she finds a way to heal her relationships with her children. Angela’s five children and new husband keep her hands full.
Her mentor is Dr. Alveda King, American activist, author, former state representative for the 28th District in the Georgia House of Representatives and officer in the Executive Branch of the United States.