Vicki Gunvalson appeared on Watch What Happens Live once again on Monday to slam ex Brooks Ayers for allegedly lying about his cancer battle.
"I never want to see him or speak of his name again," Gunvalson told host Andy Cohen. "I want him out of my life. My family is finally coming full circle."
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But not all of Gunvalson’s Real Housewives co-stars are supporting her as she continues to bash Ayers. RHOC star Shannon Beador took to Facebook to record a video rant after the show, calling Gunvalson’s appearance “completely ridiculous” and “30 minutes of lies.”
“Just watched the Vicki WWHL special and while I am so done talking about all these lies, can't just sit back when I hear more…” Beador captioned her 10-minute video rant, in which she slammed Gunvalson’s claims that she had been “duped” by Ayers, saying, "These lies are so blatant, and I get so frickin' irritated about it."
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"You guys can all hate me, you can say I'm bitter -- I'm not!” Beador said, sitting with husband David as she recorded her reaction video. “I have my own life and I'm done talking about her, but when I subject myself to 30 minutes of lies, you're going to hear from me.”
Beador claims that she has text messages from Gunvalson that proves her RHOC co-star knew more about Ayers’ deception than she is letting on now.
“She knew what was going on, and she knew what was going on way before filming started,” Beador claims. “I have all the texts to prove it, because I was the one who was drawn in earlier than anybody else.”
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The RHOC star says that Ayers and Gunvalson’s alleged timeline of events don't match up with her account or the show’s filming schedule, and that she was “drawn into the lie” by messages from Gunvalson intended to build up sympathy for the couple.
“It was calculated, it was premeditated,” Beador continued. “She wanted sympathy for her boyfriend ‘cause two, three… how many other seasons had he been on? Nobody liked him! So they were damn straight gonna make sure that they were liked this season, because who’s gonna not like someone with cancer?”
One thing’s for sure, all this drama will likely continue to play out on the next season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. “Bring it, season 11!” Beador concluded her chat.
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