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The divorce battle between former NFL player Kordell Stewart and co-star of the hit reality series “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Porsha Williams, is turning butt ugly.

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Kordell is now making incendiary claims about Portia’s behavior, reports TMZ.

Reportedly, Williams filed a motion stating that her husband had locked her out of their Atlanta mansion and brought another woman into the home they share. Williams also reveals that she has had to call police twice so that she could enter her home, even though she has a key.

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But Kordell fired back, stating in court documents that his wife partied way too much and would often come home in the wee hours of the morning smelling like alcohol or wouldn’t return at all for several days straight. The former Pittsburgh Steeler’s retort to the “locking out” accusations is that he just makes sure his residence is secured against any possible intruders.

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Regarding Williams’ allegations about Kordell’s “other woman,” the 40-year-old sports analyst says that the female in question is his son’s nanny, whom he had to hire because he claims his wife was derelict in her duties as a stepmom to the 10-year-old child.  According to TMZ, Stewart’s filing states that Williams was “neglecting her responsibilities to her stepson.”

Stewart’s son is from a previous relationship.

Sources close to Williams says she is totally shocked by her husband’s most recent accusations as she was by his wanting a divorce in the first place. She claims she had no clue that her husband was unhappy to the point of actually wanting a divorce from her. Williams contends she found out about the impending divorce via tabloids and was under the impression that she and Stewart were on the same page in regards to working on their marriage.

Stewart filed divorce papers on March 22 citing irreconcilable differences. Stewart is also requesting that the courts deny his wife any spousal support because she is “an able-bodied person, earning income and is capable of supporting herself.”

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