Kenya Moore attends the Universal, NBC, Focus Features, E! Entertainment Golden Globes after party sponsored by Chrysler on January 8, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

Kenya Moore attends the Universal, NBC, Focus Features, E! Entertainment Golden Globes after party sponsored by Chrysler on January 8, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

*Before Kenya Moore finally set up shop in Moore Manor, she was caught up in a nasty legal battle with her former landlord, whom she accused of evicting her “erroneously.”

A judge ordered Moore’s landlord, Conya Weems Dillon, to return the $6,000 security deposit Moore previously paid to her, according to RadarOnline.com. Dillon was also ordered to compensate the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star for $4,531 in attorneys’ fees.

The former Miss USA was famously evicted from her $3,999 per month home back in 2013. The landlord claimed that she failed to pay May rent, but Moore said in court that the accusations were “erroneous.”

After the two faced off in court, Moore agreed to leave the property while the landlord was ordered to pay up.

“Today’s victory proves that celebrities can fight back and not be victimized by people who wish to lie about them and use their name for the sake of publicity,” stated Moore at the time.