Ayers sat down with Andy Cohen for the Bravo special, Brooks Tells All
, where Ayers was grilled on his claims that he's got Stage 3 Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and the allegations of dishonestly leveled against him
by a number of The Real Housewives of Orange County
"I've been in treatment, and when I say treatment, I mean chemotherapy and a lot of holistic approaches," Ayers told Cohen in the pre-taped interview which aired Thursday.
The special was taped prior to City of Hope National Medical Center in Los Angeles confirming to ET on Wednesday that Ayers was never treated as a patient.
Brooks has subsequently admitted to fabricating medical documents. Cohen addressed these developments at the top of the show before the pre-recorded interview aired.
During the special, Ayers also had some final words for many of the RHOC cast members who have played a role in the controversy surrounding his alleged cancer, and seemed open to amiability -- for the most part.
Regarding Tamra Judge, who was one of the housewives that lead the charge against his cancer claims, Ayers shared, "I've forgiven her for all the hurt that she's caused but I haven't forgotten, nor can I."
Ayers thanked Heather Dubrow and her husband, Terry Dubrow, for their support, telling Cohen that they've "been amazing to me over the last three years."
As for Shannon Beador, Ayers said he'd like her to know, "It's not about you and your doctor visits and doing all of this research. It's about me being healthy."
"F**k off," Ayers responded, when asked if he had anything to say to Edmonds. "How about that?"
In the wake of news that he forged medical documents to support his story about having cancer, even Ayers' ex-girlfriend, Vicki Gunvalson, has turned against him.
On Wednesday, she tweeted that she will never speak to him again, writing, "That man is sick."