Bomb threat called into law firm of 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Phaedra Parks
A man was arrested after a bomb threat at the law firm owned by Phaedra Parks of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" reality TV show.
According to Atlanta Police, Terence Cook went to the Bader Law firm on the fifth floor of the Lenox Plaza office building on Peachtree Road and told employees he "was tired of being treated wrongly and that he had a bomb".
Cook was allegedly attempting to get to the Parks Group law firm, which is on the second floor of the building. That law firm is owned by Phaedra Parks, a cast member of the Bravo reality TV show.
Homeland Security, Atlanta Police SWAT and Airport K-9s responded to the scene and searched the area. No device was found.
Police said Cook had a FedEx envelope and a book in his possession when he was taken into custody.
Cook, who TMZ.com reports is a rapper named "Drama" as well as a former client of Parks, was charged with terroristic threats and creating a false public alarm.
According to the Fulton County Sheriff's Office, Cook has been arrested numerous times over the last 16 years, most recently in 2004 for robbery for force/intimidation and simple battery charges.
According to her website, Parks is an attorney, businesswoman, media personality, media personality, motivational speaker, author and social activist. She is also a licensed funeral director and has plans on opening a funeral home in the metro Atlanta area, according to the website.