In an interview with “Access Hollywood Live,” slated to air on Tuesday, Williams admits she had “regrets immediately after” the hair-pulling fight, which resulted in her being arrested and charged with battery.
The reality star tells the show she felt “threatened” by Moore, who was brandishing a scepter like “a weapon.”
“I saw the hate. I saw the anger. I saw all of that in Kenya’s eye that moment. And I felt threatened,” she says.
Williams explains why she thinks she and the former Miss USA don’t see eye-to-eye.
“For Kenya, she looks at this as a job. It’s a show to her. It’s just entertainment,” notes Williams, adding, “So she doesn’t take anything seriously… Here I am living this real life and here she is portraying one. Mostly, Williams tells “Access Hollywood Live” that Moore’s behavior is “bullying,” and “bullying can happen as an adult, it can happen as a child, in college, in your work place everywhere.