A Real Housewives Of Atlanta Star Got Locked Up At A Protest For Breonna Taylor

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Real Housewife Of Atlanta Porsha Williams Was Arrested In KY Along With 86 Others

Real Housewife of Atlanta, Porsha Williams, was arrested last night as she protested outside of the home of Daniel Cameron, Kentucky's Attorney General.

She was just one of the dozens who were protesting the death of Breonna Taylor, who was shot and killed by the Louisville police officers in March after they entered her home with a "no-knock" search warrant.

We are still sitting outside LMPD because we won’t leave until every single one of our protesters is released.

Porsha Williams

As reported by 11 Alive, Sgt. Lamont Washington spoke on behalf of Louisville Metro Police who said that protesters were given chances to leave the location and that their choice to stay would be deemed "unlawful." When they chose to stay, protesters were then arrested and charged with a felony and two misdemeanors.

Williams was released this morning but has been waiting outside the police department for the release of all 86 other protesters and asked her followers to call the LMPD as well, according to her Instagram post.

The Housewife also posted an emotional photo of herself along with Breonna Taylor's mother, thanking her for waiting outside of the police department for all protesters to be released.

Via Porcha Williams Instagram 

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