“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Williams was hot and heavy with her former fiancé Dennis McKinley, only months after they broke up.
The reality star posted a series of photos from Las Vegas looking hot in a leopard print bikini. Williams was at the Wynn Hotel with several gorgeous friends, along with McKinley.
In the photos she is dancing on McKinley and broke it down on the dance floor. McKinley and Williams were clearly comfortable with each other, with him placing his arm around her tightly. She captioned the post, "Adults only Viva Las Vegas Bikini: @gsaintsgirls#ParentsNightOut #PoolParty#LoversLane
The two hanging out is interesting given Williams reportedly ended their engagement back in June. At the time they had been dating for a year.
Williams first revealed she was dating McKinley back in June 2018. A couple months after they announced they were together, Porsha revealed she was pregnant with her first child. She and Dennis would eventually get engaged in September and welcomed daughter, Pilar, in March.
Rumors started to swirl when the “RHOA” recently unfollowed McKinley on social media ... only to refollow later.
She also raised eyebrows when she captioned a vacation photo, "Finally got to take a much needed vacation with my family ... Perfect relaxing, destination for families or couples."
Looks like the two were able to work out their issues.
Williams is having a good couple weeks with her dropping $28,000 to settle a tax debt.
Last month, The Georgia Department of Revenue released the tax lien they filed against Williams.
The release means the reality star finally paid the outstanding bill over state taxes.The lien was originally filed back on April 29 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. The Department of Revenue accused Williams of owing a total of $27,846.34 for the year 2017.
Williams’ original tax bill for the year was only $19,935, but it grew with interest and penalties. They warned the “RHOA” star at the time if she didn’t pay up, they would begin the process of seizing her property and assets.
Sounds like Williams won't have a shortage of story lines for next season.