Chauffer Sues 'RHOA' Production Company for Alleged Assault by Kenya Moore's Ex Matt Jordan

Anthony T. Greene is reportedly seeking 'at least $25,000' from True Entertainment, Kenya Moore's ex Matt Jordan, whom he accused of assaulting him, and Cynthia Bailey's ex-husband Peter Thomas.

AceShowbiz - A North Carolina limo chauffer is filing a lawsuit against '"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" production company, True Entertainment, and two former accosiates of cast members for an alleged physical assault. Those are Kenya Moore's ex Matt Jordan and Cynthia Bailey's ex-husband Peter Thomas.

According to Bossip, Anthony T. Greene is seeking "at least $25,000" from all three parties for failing to intervene when Jordan reportedly assaulted him at Thomas' nightclub opening. He is suing for assault and battery and gross negligence.

He also claimed that show honchos should have protected him from Jordan's attack because they knew he was "dangerous."

In the court documents, Greene detailed the incident, stating that he was hired back in 2016 to drive the "RHOA" star and her then-boyfriend around Charlotte, North Carolina, where she prepared to host the grand opening of Thomas' Club One. Things went smoothly until Jordan made Moore upset, prompting her to persuade Thomas to cancel Jordan's ticket to travel to the event at the last minute.

Jordan was unaware of it, and just learned about it until he arrived at the airport. Furious, Jordan allegedly got to Charlotte by driving from Atlanta to confront Moore. Greene went on saying that Jordan came when he and Moore waited inside the car at the Club One parking lot.

It was said that he blocked his vehicle from leaving before reaching inside and opening the door to "struck him in the face." Greene claimed he was "shocked and hurt," but the show's producers talked him out of calling the cops and he reluctantly agreed to go back to work.

When he went to the hospital the next day, he was diagnosed with a concussion. Additionally, he stated in his complaint that he suffered mental anguish, humiliation and emotional distress so severe he had to seek psychiatric treatment.

He is suing to the sum of $25,000 as well as demands additional exemplary damages and funds to pay his attorney's fees. None of the parties involved have responded to Greene's suit.

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