Porsha Williams was arrested again on Tuesday during a protest over the murder of Breonna Taylor at the hands of police in Louisville, Ky.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star and her pal, “Love and Hip Hop” star Yandy Smith, were participating in a “Day of Action” march organized by the social justice group Until Freedom.
The reality stars were part of 64 people who were taken into custody, according to a local NBC-affiliate.
This is the second time in less than two months both women have been arrested for protesting the death of Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT worker who was shot by Louisville Metro Police Department officers in her home.
Prior to their arrest, Williams, 39, shared a photo of herself and Smith, 40, in what appeared to be a peaceful protest.
Attendees sat, holding their fists up, in front of a line of officers who were wearing protective gear and carrying weapons. Several protestors, including Williams and Yandy, were seen wearing face masks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Until Freedom’s Instagram account, protestors were asked to meet at South Central Park to walk toward the Louisville Metro Police Department training academy.
“Be there. Stand up for #BreonnaTaylor,” a post on Instagram said. “Stand up for justice. Let them know we have not forgotten. We will not be silent. We will not go away until our sister gets justice.”
Tiffany Hicks, Yandy Smith, Porsha Williams
Smith shared on her Instagram the moment in which she was arrested in by police officers as the crowd shouted, “We love you, Yandy.”
The VH1 star also managed to sneak her cell phone following the arrest and showed in the footage that protestors were transported from police vans into the cages, where they appeared to be handcuffed by one hand to the metal cages.
In one of the clips, Smith pans the camera over and calls out to Williams, who was in a separate cage. “I’m hiding the phone, but y’all already know,” she added. “I guess I’ll be here for the night.”
According to Smith’s Instagram, the protestors were released about eight hours ago.
Page Six has reached out to Williams and Smith’s reps for comment.