Porsha Williams Files Emergency Order Asking Permission to Film 'RHOA' in Ex Simon's Mansion

In new legal docs, the 42-year-old Bravolebrity says not being able to film inside the marital home 'impedes' her ability 'to fulfill her duties as a Real Housewives cast member.'

AceShowbiz - Porsha Williams won't let go of her marital residence with Simon Guobadia easily. Despite divorcing the businessman, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star reportedly filed an emergency order asking permission to film the reality show inside the mansion.

In legal docs obtained by RadarOnline.com, the 42-year-old said having the ability to film her day-to-day life, including inside the property, is "vital to her ability to sustain her income and employment." She claimed she was awarded possession and "sole, exclusive use" of the mansion last month.

Porsha additionally claimed that she was being told to be "free to use the marital residence as she pleases, including for filming and production purposes." However, Simon's legal team allegedly demanded the court stay silent on the issue of filming in the house, causing issues for "RHOA" production.

"There is no logical or rational reason as to why Husband now seeks to prohibit Wife from filming at the marital residence," the Bravolebrity charged in her emergency order dated May 20, "other than in an attempt to retaliate against Wife and intentionally restrict her ability to earn a living and expand her career."

Porsha went on to argue that "RHOA" and Truly Original Production, the production company behind the show, have advised her "they will not proceed with filming" her due to Simon's "aggressively litigious behavior" towards them. This, unfortunately, "impacts and impedes ability to make a successful return to Real Housewives of Atlanta."

Porsha said the prohibition to film inside the property is "to shield one party from disclosing sensitive, private, or personal information about the other party." Meanwhile, the TV personality has made it clear that "she would not film in areas that are personal to Husband, or areas that may contain information personal to Husband, including his bathroom, closet, office, etc."

Porsha said not being able to film inside the marital home "impedes" her ability "to fulfill her duties as a Real Housewives cast member." She's now demanding the court allow her to "film or produce television, film or social media or other visual content in or around the marital residence" and STAT.

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