It looks like Porsha Williams came up empty-handed in her divorce settlement with Kordell Stewart, reports TMZ.
According to legal documents, the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star gets zero alimony, no house, none of Stewart's NFL retirement money, no cash, and no health insurance. She does, however, get to keep her Mercedes, her engagement ring, and all her personal possessions.
Kordell, on the other hand, gets two houses, two plots of land, a 2013 Mercedes and a 2010 Porsche, as well as his full retirement benefits. He also maintains full control of his companies.
Stewart filed for divorce from Williams last March after two years of marriage. In the filing he stated that the marriage was broken and the two had been separated for he while. He asserted that Porsha should receive no support nor any assets due to the conditions of their prenup.
Tragedy has struck Manhattan's East Harlem neighborhood on 116th and Park Avenue today, March 12th, after an explosion caused two buildings to collapse and sadly took at the lives of at least two women, and left at least 18 more with various injuries. According to the New York Daily News, the number of people injured has been raised to 22, and approximately 9 to 12 more are reported missing.
The explosion which occurred at 9:31 a.m., came with little to no warning. It has been reported that it was caused by a gas leak, which was called in at 9:13 a.m., however there was no indication of foul play or that the reported gas leak was in anywhere near as threatening as this explosion turned out to be. According to witness statements, the blast sent people "flying out the window" and caused two five story buildings to crumble completely to the ground. Mayor de Blasio reported that one building held six apartments and the other held nine. Beneath the apartments rested a piano store and Spanish Christian Church, which were also destroyed.
The 18 minutes between the time that the gas leak was reported and the actual explosion was not enough time for help to arrive, for Con Edison managed to get to the tragic scene "just after the explosion occurred," stated Con Edison spokeswoman Elizabeth Matthews. Fire Commissioner Sal Cassano believes that the fact that Con Ed nor firefighters made it to the building before the explosion occurred actually may have saved lives.
"If we were here five minutes earlier we may have had some fatalities among fire fighters. Not being here may have saved some lives."
Out of the victims who made it out alive, one child was left in critical condition and taken to Harlem Hospital. According to CNN Mount Sinai Hospital took in 14 patients including two children, one person with a brain injury and three others in life-threatening condition. The school behind the fallen buildings was swiftly evacuated after the explosion occurred. The sound from the blast and vibrations it sent through the ground were so intense that it made some people believe that a train had fallen off of the tracks and crashed down onto the city streets. Mayor de Blasio considers this to be, "a tragedy of the worst kind because there was no indication."
Since news of the explosion became public, many have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts and prayers on the tragic incident. Check out the public cries for hope in response to the unfortunate East Harlem explosion, above.