‘RHOA’ Star Sheree Whitfield Claims her Neighbors Are Racist For Calling the Police on her October Housewarming Party After she Didn’t Get the Proper Permits

Whitfield returned to ‘RHOA’ full-time in Season 9. [Image by Bravo]
Whitfield returned to ‘RHOA’ full-time in Season 9. [Image by Bravo]
Sheree Whitfield knows how to throw a party. Unfortunately, her recent Chateau Sheree celebration landed her in court and on probation. What did the Real Housewives of Atlanta star have to say about her day in court?

During an interview on The Domenick Nati Show, Whitfield dished on her recent court appearance and believes the entire incident was “blown out of proportion.” Whitfield threw the housewarming party after her new mansion was completed and made sure camera crews were on hand to catch all the drama.

“I feel like it was definitely blown out of proportion,” she said about the whole ordeal.

Whitfield explained how there was a media frenzy in the courtroom and that people were actually taking her picture and recording while she walked up to see the judge.

“They gave me probation as well, for something that’s not even a… this is a code violation, is what they are calling it, so why would I have probation?” she explained. “They had people in the courtroom who were driving with no license. They did not get probation.”

Whitfield claims she was fined for not obtaining a permit to film for a party she hosted at her home. According to Reality Tea, Whitfield was also fined because she wasn’t supposed to live inside the mansion until she filed a Certificate of Occupancy.

However, during her interview on The Domenick Nati Show, Whitfield blamed her snooty neighbors for the fine and called them racist. Her neighbors apparently complained that people were parking on lawns and there were bright lights for the production. She received a $1,000 fine for the violation.

“I don’t know if they are pissed off at a little black girl that gonna move into their neighborhood and build a home that’s bigger than some of theirs and they’re just pissed off for whatever reason. I totally don’t think it was fair… I was really not happy with my city that I live in,” Whitfield concluded.

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SOURCE: The Inquisitr – Perry Carpenter