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Former Atlanta radio personality Porsche Foxx called a press conference late yesterday afternoon to address news coverage of her being called a “person of interest” in an arson investigation in Union City. The conference yielded no new answers and law enforcement are still searching for Tony Matthews. Check out the news coverage of her press conference below:
“I absolutely, positively without a question know anything about this, nor did I have anything to do with it”
During the conference, Foxx (real name Stephanie Calhoun) claimed she had no knowledge of the fire or the location and even denied knowing the man witnesses called her boyfriend, Tony Mathis.
One, Tony Matthews, lived in the townhouse with the injured woman. The other, Foxx, was visiting when the fire broke out, according to Padgett.
Foxx’s attorney, Leron Rogers, said she did not know Matthews, whom investigators also are looking for.
Three years ago, Foxx’s home in the upscale Regency neighborhood off Campbellton Road in south Fulton was destroyed by a fire that investigators determined may have been caused by an unattended candle. (Source)