Remember DESHAWN From Season 1 Of The ATL Housewives . . . She's Been AGING Backwards!!! - MTO News

Remember DESHAWN From Season 1 Of The ATL Housewives . . . She's Been AGING Backwards!!!

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Deshawn Snow starred on the first season of the Atlanta Housewives, and she was fired after that first season. At the time, DeShawn - wo was married to former NBA player Eric Snow - was the richest of the housewives.

DeShawn eventually DIVORCED her hisband Eric, after she caught him cheating, and retreated from living her life in the public eye.

The lovely DeShawn has spent the last decade raising her three children, attending church, and living her best life. And it all seems to be working out. She looks even better now than she did a decade ago.

Here are some recent pics of the LOVELY lady:

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Many fans were sad to see DeShawn leave after the first season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. She often provided a calm balance to the fireworks that went down. But just two years after her departure, things got dramatic in her off-screen life.

"Since then, I've had a lot of drama in my life, but I'm thankful that the cameras weren't there!" she told AttaGirl in 2012.

She's not kidding. In 2010, DeShawn went through a divorce from her husband of 12 years, former NBA player Eric Snow. DeShawn, who has three sons with him—Eric, Darius and Jarren—told AttaGirl that the split was not easy but she was doing her best to move on: "I'm great. I'm excited to make things happen. I'm definitely moving forward, I'm growing through this. Since I've been on the show, I've been doing a lot of reflecting, a lot of writing, a lot of healing."

She reinvented herself as a children's book author in 2013, penning the Lil Shawnee book series for tween girls. DeShawn also revamped her whole look during her devastating split and lost a whopping 30 lbs. "I felt everything was out of my control," she told UsMagazine.com. "I had no control over anything that was happening in my life and the weight and working out was something I could control."