Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Shereé Whitfield Alleges Her Neighbors Are Racists For Calling The Police On Her Over Chateau Shereé Housewarming Party!

According to a new report, Real Housewives of Atlanta star Shereé Whitfield is alleging her neighbors are racist after she was fined $1,000 for not getting the proper permits to throw her October housewarming party, which was filmed for the Bravo hi reality series.

Last month Whitfield appeared in court and was fined $1,000 by Sandy Springs, Georgia and put on unsupervised probation for 18 months over her October 28 'Chateau Sheree' housewarming bash, which was filmed for the hit Bravo show. The production company was also fined $1,000.

According to AJC, she told IHeartRadio this week that her neighbors "are p***ed off that a little black girl was able to move into the neighborhood."

Attendees to the party included fellow co-stars Kenya Moore, Kandi Burruss, former castmember Kim Zolciak Biermann and husband Kroy, and Peter Thomas, the estranged husband of co-star Cynthia Bailey, as well as massive film production crews and crowded streets of double parked cars.

Kim Zolciak Biermann and her husband Kroy arriving
Photo Credit: The Daily Mail 

Multiple large trucks were at the home before the party, 
and cars were already parked on the sidewalks before the party started
Photo Credit: The Daily Mail 

Whitfield said the situation was "blown out of proportion," saying "I am not happy with the city I live in. I pay taxes like everybody else."

She said other people in her neighborhood threw parties and no one complained.

The neighbors, she said, "are p***ed off that a little black girl was able to move into the neighborhood and build a home that's bigger than some of theirs. They are p***ed for whatever reason. I totally don't think it was fair."

Sheree's neighbor David Good called the cops the night of the party about all the cars parked on his street. He also claimed producers had put up a big spotlight that wasn't allowed either, reports The Daily Mail.

"It was an invasion," he said at last month's hearing, which he attended. "An absolute invasion."

When she claimed she was a 'good neighbor,' he responded:  "Ridiculous. Absolute bunk."

"You had commercial vehicles showing up. You had people showing up, spotlights showing up. A little later, hundreds and hundreds of cars," Good said in court.

Kim and Kroy Biermann filmed arriving to Sheree's party
Photo Credit: The Daily Mail 

Photos also showed the cars double parked on sidewalks 
during the event (Photo Credit: The Daily Mail )

He also claimed she had been given leniency by the city during her prolonged construction, despite the property's code violations.

Sheree also claimed she had gotten shuttle buses for the event, however many guests were photographed coming and going in their own cars.

Photo Credit: Bravo

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