Real Housewives of Atlanta' star going to Ga. Supreme Court

She wants her alimony, yo!

Sheree Whitfield, one of stars of the Bravo's televised clusterfuck "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," will appear in Georgia Supreme Court on Monday to argue a Fulton County court's refusal to grant her alimony and a new trial.

In court documents, Sheree's attorneys say the lower court erred when it didn't grant alimony to the reality-TV star. Her ex-husband, Bob, is a former Atlanta Falcons player who now operates several successful businesses, including a recording studio that earns him $50,000 annually.

His lawyer says Sheree has received more than enough compensation and is delaying a move out of the $2.6-million Sandy Springs residence awarded to her in the divorce.

“The trial court left no stone unturned in regard to determining the assets and incomes of the parties,” Bob Whitfield's lawyer argues in the briefs. From the divorce, she receives a total yearly income of $113,422. In addition, she gets a portion of three NFL retirement programs. His attorney argues she should be fined $2,500 for bringing a frivolous appeal solely for the purpose of delaying the time when she’ll have to vacate the Sandy Springs home.

Whitfield, as we've mentioned, is one of the four "real housewives" who've recently fallen on hard times, and in the process, become even more "real." The television show was recently picked up for a second season by Bravo and is sure to be another trainwreck of exurban charity dinners, awkward cocktail parties and montages of makeup-caked women getting pedicures. It will be a triumphant success.

Full summary of the Whitfields' case, including numbers, names and a smorgasbord of factoids, follows after the jump.