Real Housewives Of Potomac’s Candiace Dillard Accuses Monique Samuels Of Having Her Booted From Singing National Anthem 

Candiace Dillard, Monique Samuels

Real Housewives Of Potomac’s Candiace Dillard Accuses Monique Samuels Of Having Her Booted From Singing National Anthem

The drama between former besties Candiace Dillard and Monique Samuels will be plenty on the upcoming season of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Potomac. 

Just days after it was reported that Dillard pressed charges against Samuels after a recent hair-pulling brawl, Dillard is name-dropping Samuels for stopping her from singing the national anthem for a Washington Fusion game.

She wrote,

“When your lackey’s have nothing better to do than to crawl around on their hands and knees behind closed doors; attempting to throw dirt on my name, fighting a losing war alongside their harrowing employer…”

And if anyone had a question of who she was referring to. She made that clear in her post.

“For my beautiful followers who were prepared to celebrate with me at the @washingtonfusion game as I performed the #NationalAnthem, I regret that I must inform you all: I will not be able to perform on Saturday. This turn of events and my removal from the program by @sweetcookie100 by way of #moniquesamuels is for the fulfillment of a personal vendetta over ones own indiscretions. I look forward your next hat trick, saints.”


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And it didn’t take long for Samuels to clap back and deny having any part of getting Dillard off the program. She also threatened to get her lawyers involved for a defamation lawsuit.

Interestingly enough, Samuels’s legal team is already busy. While Dillard pressed charges against Samuel for the incident that included Samuels allegedly grabbing Dillard’s hair and pushing her face on the table, Dillard has been charged in the incident as well.

Samuels filed criminal charges against Dillard in relation to the Oct. 16 incident as Dillard allegedly threw a drink in Samuels’s face.

Dillard will now have to go to court on Dec. 23, the same day as Samuels, for her second-degree assault charges.

Do you think Monique Samuels had Candiace Dillard pulled from singing at the game? Tell us in the comments.

Authored by: Char Patterson