Porsha Williams’ Activism Will Be Featured On ‘RHOA’
Written by BET on August 27, 2020
Porsha Williams has been making information past Actual Housewives of Atlanta, and her new pursuits will reportedly make it into the upcoming season.
The 39-year-old has been protesting towards police violence and has even landed her behind bars. Fortunately, Actual Housewives of Atlanta is not going to draw back from this storyline. TMZ experiences her activism shall be “closely featured.” There have been no Bravo digicam crews when Williams was arrested so the present will depend on uncooked cellphone footage.
Williams was arrested in July for protesting on the house of Kentucky Lawyer Common Daniel Cameron over the shortage of justice for Breonna Taylor. She reportedly would have confronted as much as five years in prison (costs had been dropped July 17).
Williams spoke to MSNBC on July 16 in regards to the incident, “For me, love is an motion phrase. I can not simply sit at house, put up on Instagram, and so on, and really feel like I am doing one thing to assist this push ahead.”
She continued, “This whole scenario must be escalated to the subsequent stage and for me no matter it takes to make that occur, I’ll fortunately be part of that. I fortunately sacrifice myself and my freedom in that second to boost consciousness for Breonna Taylor.”
Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT employee, was killed by Louisville cops on March 13 because of a mistaken drug raid at her condo. Taylor was shot eight occasions whereas she was sleeping. Since Taylor’s capturing, the Metropolis of Louisville has banned “no-knock” warrants.
Solely Brett Hankison, one of many three officers concerned in her loss of life, have been fired. Jon Mattingly and Myles Cosgroveto are nonetheless employed by the Louisville Police Division.
None have been formally charged in her killing.
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