Karlie Redd Quietly Splits From Mo Fayne In Quicky Divorce: Report

Karlie Redd and Mo Fayne were together for a short while and were able to finalize an amicable split.

BYErika Marie
Karlie Redd Quietly Splits From Mo Fayne In Quicky Divorce: Report

There was a time when Karlie Redd and Mo Fayne's relationship would be classified as a whirlwind romance. For a brief moment, Mo was even featured on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta alongside Karlie, but the short-lived relationship was over in the blink of an eye. There were reports that they'd called off their engagement, but gossip also spread that they'd married. Rumors of the pair tying the knot were apparently true because it's recently been reported that Karlie Redd received a quicky divorce from her former beau.

According to The Shade Room, Mo Fayne and Karlie Redd came to an amicable agreement in their split. No one will receive alimony and he will turn over a BMW to his ex-wife. "There was no property, debts or children from the marriage,” the settlement reportedly states. This news comes just a month after Mo Fayne, also known as Arkansas Mo, was arrested on fraud charges. He stands accused of receiving a $2 million small business Paycheck Protection loan and instead of using it to help his business during the COVID-19 crisis, federal authorities claim he spent it on luxury gifts for himself and his family.

Mo hasn't spoken about his recent charges, understandably, as the case is ongoing. We're sure that this divorce will be quite the talking point on the next season of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.


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