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Peter Thomas And Kenya Moore’s Ex-Boyfriend Matt Jordan Sued By Limo Driver — Find Out Why!

Kenya Moore's ex-boyfriend Matt Jordan accusing of punching a Charlotte limousine driver so hard that he suffered a concussion, the driver said in a lawsuit filed in Mecklenburg County Civil Superior Court, according to The Charlotte Observer.

Anthony Greene, a driver for Skyline Car Service of Charlotte, said in the lawsuit that he was assaulted after driving to Club One on North Carolina Music Factory Boulevard with Jordan and Moore in the backseat.

According to the lawsuit, Moore attended the club’s 2016 grand opening gala at the AvidXchange Music Factory complex, when former boyfriend Matt Jordan appeared.

As Jordan approached the car, Greene claims he became concerned for his safety and began to roll up the driver’s side window. Jordan “opened the door, and with his fist, struck plaintiff in the face with a hard punch,” according to the lawsuit.

The lawsuit states that the representatives of Club One and True Entertainment LLC, the production company who produces the Bravo hit reality tried to discourage him from pressing charges against Jordan, reports The Charlotte Observer.

“Not understanding exactly what had just happened, being somewhat in shock, and still being scheduled to work, (Greene) complied with their wishes and drove Ms. Moore back to her hotel from the nightclub,” according to the lawsuit.

Greene said in the lawsuit that he’d never watched “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and he didn’t know any of the actors or actresses. He said he was unaware of Moore’s “tumultuous relationship” with Jordan.

At a hospital emergency room the next day, doctors diagnosed Greene with “post-concussive syndrome” and released him, according to the lawsuit.

The lawsuit seeks a jury trial and at least $75,000 in damages from Jordan, True Entertainment LLC, and Club One and its owner, Charlotte entertainment mogul Peter Thomas.

Jordan, Thomas and True Entertainment LLC representatives have yet to formally reply in court to the lawsuit, reports The Charlotte Observer.

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