After being sued for $100K, NeNe Leakes claims she was ‘husband-stealing’ on Instagram Live

NeNe Leakes claimed that she was not a husband stealer on Instagram Live Thursday, after she was sued by her ex-husband for $100,000.

The 54-year old former star of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta said, “I’m already out there a husband stealer. This is too much,”

“And ain’t nobody out there stealing husbands,” NeNe said, answering questions from viewers during the live broadcast.

No stealing: NeNe Leakes denied being a 'husband stealer' on Instagram Live on Thursday after being sued by the estranged wife of her current boyfriend for $100,000 in damages

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No stealing: NeNe Leekes denied being a “husband stealer” on Instagram Live on Thursday. She was sued by her ex-husband’s wife for $100,000 in damages

NeNe casually dismissed the allegations with a touch of humor.

She said, “Nobody wants to steal anyone else’s problems honey,” and laughed.

Malomine Tehmeh–Sioh sued NeNe, claiming that NeNe started a relationship with Nyonisela Sioh when he was still married.

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According to legal documents, Malomine asserts that Nyonisela and NeNe’s relationship caused her emotional distress, mental anguish, and loss of affection.

Live broadcast: 'Nobody want to steal nobody else's problems, honey,' NeNe, 54, said during the live broadcast

Live broadcast: ‘Nobody want to steal nobody else’s problems, honey,’ NeNe, 54, said during the live broadcast

Got sued: NeNe is being sued by her boyfriend's ex-wife for alienation of affection over her alleged role in breaking up their marriage. Pictured NY November 2019

NeNe was sued for alienation by affection by her ex-wife. She claims that she played a role in the breakup of their marriage. Photo NY November 2019.

Adultery is a crime under North Carolina criminal law. This is where the suit was filed. It is when a man or woman who is not married to another is ‘lewdly, lasciviously associated, bed and cohabit with each other’.

The law of alienation of affection is based upon 18th-century English common law, in which a husband can sue another man to lose his wife’s affection.

At the time, women could not sue because they were considered property of their husbands. However, either sex can sue now under the statute.

Official:  The First Wives Club actress and her new beau were first spotted together in December 2021, three months after NeNe's husband, Gregg, died of colon cancer at age 66

Official:  The First Wives Club actress and her new beau were first spotted together in December 2021, three months after NeNe’s husband, Gregg, died of colon cancer at age 66

Legal: The Dynasty star is being sued under an 18th century statute which allows injured spouses to sue a new love for the breakup of a marriage. Pictured Atlanta June 1, 2022

Legal: A Dynasty star is being sued pursuant to an 18th century statute that allows spouses who are hurt to sue a new lover for the dissolution of a marriage. Pictured Atlanta, June 1, 2022

According to the suit, Malomine seeks damages of around $100,000

The men’s fashion designer and NeNe were first seen together in Miami in December 2021, three months after Gregg Leakes, NeNe’s husband died from colon cancer.

The Dynasty actress shared some photos from her December 15 birthday, and some shots included her new beau.

The couple has been together since then and have attended various events together.

Suing: The former RHOA cast member is suing the creators of the Real Housewives franchise, claiming they ignored her complaints about allegedly racist remarks from Kim Zolciak.  Pictured Atlanta  November 2009

Suing: A former RHOA cast member is now suing the Real Housewives franchise creators, alleging that they ignored her complaints regarding allegedly racist comments made by Kim Zolciak. Pictured Atlanta, November 2009.

The RHOA alum filed a lawsuit in April against the companies producing the Real Housewives shows. She claimed they created a hostile work environment.

According to the suit, NBC, Bravo, and True promote a culture of corporate and workplace tolerance for racially insensitive behavior, if not encouraged.

NeNe claims that she was subject to racial comments from Kim Zolciak over many years, and that producers ignored her complaints.

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