'Real Housewives' star and NFL wide receiver among 87 arrested at Breonna Taylor protest

"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Porsha Williams posted this photo after being released from detention.

(CNN)A "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star and an NFL wide receiver were among 87 protesters arrested outside a home owned by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

Porsha Williams, who has been on 'Real Housewives' since 2012, and Kenny Stills, a wide receiver for the NFL's Houston Texans, joined protesters on Tuesday as they occupied the front yard of the home and chanted support for Breonna Taylor.
Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT, was killed when she was shot eight times by police after officers broke down the door to her Louisville apartment while executing a no-knock warrant in a narcotics investigation on March 13.
Protestors raise their fist outside the home of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron on Tuesday afternoon in Graymoor-Devondale.
Police confirmed to CNN that Williams and Stills were among those arrested.
    Williams had posted an Instagram photo earlier Tuesday that said, "It's a beautiful day to arrest the cops that murdered Breonna Taylor," and the caption, "We're in Louisville and our bottom line is there MUST be JUSTICE for #BREONNATAYLOR."
    Stills shared the same photo on his Instagram Story, and on Wednesday, added a selfie showing the NFL star wearing a mask printed with Taylor's name.
    CNN reached out to Stills for further comment. His agent, Ryan Williams, posted on Twitter Stills has now "has officially spent more time in jail fighting for justice than the known killers who killed Breonna Taylor."
    Officers followed a large group of protesters, many of whom were wearing face masks that said 'Breonna Taylor,' from Ballard High School in Louisville to the front yard of a home owned by Cameron around 4:30 p.m., a Louisville Metro Police Department release said.
    A group then occupied the front yard of the attorney general's home and chanted, police said. They were told that remaining on the property would be unlawful and arrests were then made, police said.
    Protesters were charged with intimidating a participant in a legal process, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, the police release said.
    On Wednesday morning Williams posted a photo alongside Tamika Palmer, Taylor's mother, saying she had been released.