Cynthia Bailey’s Sister Malorie Massie Slams Bravo’s Editing For Making Her Look Bad, Says She NEVER Hid Marriage License


Cynthia Bailey’s sister Malorie Massie has been a controversial figure on The Real Housewives of Atlanta since Cynthia married Peter Thomas. Now, Mal is speaking to RadarOnline and says that her actions were taken out of context and that Bravo edited the footage to make her look bad. Speaking of Cynthia’s wedding day, Malorie insists, “I want to clear something up. I NEVER hid the marriage license.”

“My mother and I didn’t wake up that morning and decide to hide it. That’s not the case at all. I knew who had it, but I didn’t come forward with the information right away,” she said, claiming one of Cynthia’s close friends had the license. “I’ve apologized a hundred times for not saying anything, but I never hid it, despite what Bravo showed.”

“It makes me look like the over-protective sister. Don’t get me wrong, I love my sister and will protect her, but I’m not all up in her business like that. There were a lot of things Cynthia confided to me before the wedding that no one saw,” she revealed.

“I did say that I thought maybe the lost certificate was perhaps a sign that maybe they should wait to get married,” Mal continued. “Honestly, I still wasn’t sure even as she walked down the aisle that this is what she wanted to do. I know they love each other, but there were issues that needed to be worked out. Even Cynthia will admit to that, but Bravo made me look heartless, and all I want is the best for both of them.”

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