Porsha Williams Accuses Simon Guobadia of “Threatening” RHOA Career by Dragging Show Into Messy Divorce, Plus Simon is Ordered to Pay 6 Figures in Unpaid Private Jet Bill, Details Revealed

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Porsha Williams Fires Back at Simon Guobadia, Accuses Him of "Threatening" Her Career by Dragging RHOA Into Messy Divorce, Plus Simon is Ordered to Pay 6 Figures in Alleged Unpaid Private Jet Bill, Details Revealed

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Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williamsdivorce from Simon Guobadia is one of the biggest topics in reality TV this year. Unfortunately, it seems like it won’t be smooth sailing until the papers are actually signed. Recently, Porsha responded to Simon dragging the RHOA production team into the drama. 

Fans will recall that Simon is requesting the production company behind the show sit for a deposition as well as hand over all forms of communication between them and Porsha that have anything to do with him. 

According to Radar Online, Porsha is fighting back. Porsha is saying that Simon is trying to “overburden, annoy, harass, and oppress” with his request for Truly Original, which is the production company behind RHOA, to be involved with their divorce. The same is true for him wanting information about her income from RHOA for 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025. 

Porsha goes on to say that his request to depose her employers was “not issued in good faith.”

According to court documents filed by her legal team, “The Subpoena broadly requests contracts, amendments, memos of understanding, financial documents, all communications, photographs, videos, recordings, tapings, footage or filming, none of which is relevant to do with divorce, or at least no basis has been shown thus far why such an invasive inquiry into would be appropriate or reasonable.”

Porsha also says that Simon’s request for income information is “not relevant whatsoever,” and that he is trying to sidestep their prenup. 

The court docs say, “The Subpoena for Deposition issued in this matter by Respondent to True Entertainment, LLC was not issued in good faith, and is yet another deliberate and desperate attempt by Respondent to undermine the parties’ Prenuptial Agreement, overexpand the case, and delay enforcement of the parties’ Prenuptial Agreement and resolution of this matter as a whole.”

Porsha also feels that Simon is “attempting to intimidate, harass, and threaten her reputation, career, and ability to earn income by intimidating and harassing her employer.”

Radar Online is also reporting that Simon and his company, which is called Simcol, now have a default judgment against them for failure to respond to being sued over a bill for a private jet. According to court documents, he has been ordered to pay $887,000. The company, NetJets, sued Simon back in January. 

Simon has said that the issue will be taken care of