From Trophy Wife To Ex-Wife? Kordell Stewart Files For Divorce! #PassionateSpot


The reality TV marriage curse is real. Another “Real Housewives of Atlanta” marriage has come to an end, according to TMZ. The site is reporting that cast newcomer Porsha Stewart’s husband has — gasp! — filed for divorce from the self-proclaimed stay-at-home “trophy” wife. According to the site:

Kordell Stewart – the former Pittsburgh Steelers star — has filed for divorce from his reality star wife Porsha Williams … TMZ has learned.

According to Fulton County Superior Court in Georgia, the 40-year-old NFL alum — who went by the nickname “Slash” during his playing days — filed for divorce on March 22.

Stewart and Williams were married on May 21, 2011 — they have no children together. Stewart has a son from a previous relationship.

Williams currently stars on “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

The issue of children came up often on the reality show — Porsha wanted to have kids AND a career in charity work … but Kordell told her she had to choose.

Despite some of the disagreements the pair had regarding their discussions around starting a family, I don’t think most fans of RHOA saw this coming — although a broken reality TV marriage isn’t exactly novel these days. Still, it’s sad to see a marriage crumble after only two years. Perhaps their union wasn’t solid enough to withstand the pressure of ’round the clock cameras, or maybe Porsha made the wrong choice in Kordell’s eyes and decided she didn’t want to stop her charity work just to become a mother.

Whatever the reason, I hope the pair has at least given it their all before deciding to walk away. They haven’t even made it to the two-year mark!

Are you as shocked by this news as we are?

Courtesy of Madame Noire


  1. Chris Arnett says:

    Mr. Stewart, seemed to be a Control Freak, who overestimated his own importance! She should be able to build a career without him, and with his, “ALIMONY”, isn’t this the way the story goes?

  2. Cut the camera – stay focus and make it work – both of you guys should work it out

  3. Another reason to look deep before you leap. Discussing all the details before marriage is important. You should always discuss dreams are they in agreement, financial goals short/long term, religion and prayer life, children, family, friends, social life, bank accounts, church, likes and dislikes, communication in bad times and stress, careers. These will make a difference in the longevity of your marriage

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