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Porsha and Kordell Stewart’s (pictured) divorce apparently gets uglier by the day. Earlier this week, Porsha, the reality show starlet of the Bravo hit “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” claimed that Kordell changed the locks of their 12,500-sq.-ft. mansion and locked her out. Now Kordell is firing back at Porsha’s accusations, stating that he did indeed change the locks of their home because his wife “abandoned the marital home on April 2, 2013,” according to HipHollywood.

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In the filed court document, which was obtained by HipHollywood, the former NFL Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback reportedly contends:

“[Porsha] established a routine of leaving (the) pre-marital residence without explanation and without consideration of the detrimental effects such behavior would have on the parties’ marriage and [Kordell’s] 9-year-old son.”

Kordell also claims, that he did in fact forewarn his soon-to-be-ex missus via a text message that he had made the move to change the locks of their home. The following text was also included in the court filing:

Hey reaching out not knowing who may or may not have keys to the house at this point, I was concerned for our safety so I changed the locks on the house. If and when you need to get in give me a heads up so you can get in.

The 40-year-old former gridiron-star-turned-sports-analyst even goes in on Porsha with regards to her claims of having to move in with her mother after she was locked out of the marital property. Kordell states that his wife, whom he says is now a “celebrity,” has managed to generate more than enough lucrative income via endorsements, public appearances, and her Bravo hit reality series.

Watch Kordell and Porsha Stewart get married here:

Kordell also say that Porsha is more than able to put a roof over her own head without a problem, and if she can’t, it would be the “result of her own financial negligence.”

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