Gordon, 71, said to TMZ, "I know there's going to be a time when I probably won't be able to satisfy all of her needs."
He said, "What really gets to me about all of this is that even though I've given her permission, she still chooses to lie, sneak around, and keep changing her story about what's going on and why she's leaving me."
Page Six reports that Gordon and Mia, who were married for 11 years, parted ways in September. They each have one child from past relationships in addition to their two small children together.
"I told her that she might see someone, but not to tell anyone. Take caution and keep the children out of it. Gordon revealed his deal with Mia to TMZ. "Well, she's still sneaking around and thinking that I didn't know," Gordon said.
He told TMZ, "I really think that the reason she's leaving me right now is because I don't have access to assets and my money is tight right now."
Gordon claims that Mia and her purported new partner are "buying a house together" and intend to "grow businesses together."
But he thinks that her passion with the new guy is "motivated by financial gain from the partnership."
Gordon declared, "I really think that the reason she's leaving me is that she sees an upgrade."
"I want to never, ever, ever be connected to her outside of our co-parenting arrangement. In the event that we reconcile, it will only be for the benefit of the children. He said, "It wouldn't be out of love.
As reported by TheWrap, the cast of Season 7 of Real Housewives of Philadelphia has returned, including Gizelle Bryant, Robyn Dixon, Karen Huger, Ashley Darby, Wendy Osefo, Candiace Dillard-Bassett, and Mia. Nneka "Neco" Ihim, a Nigerian-American lawyer recently married to a plastic surgeon, has joined the cast. She is known as the "new Grand Dame" by Gizelle.
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The latest season of "The Real Housewives of Potomac," which debuted in 2016, will premiere on Peacock the next day and on Bravo on November 5 at 8 p.m. ET.