Brooks Ayers Forged Medical Records To Ear $12,000; Vicki Gunvalson Trying To Backtrack Cancer Lies For Career
Brooks Ayers’s “fabrication of medical documents” isn’t any more hidden. It is well known he was lying about this cancer diagnosis, certainly the “sick man” has been doing it monetary profit, and now his legal team is also backfiring at him. Read on.
“The Real Housewives of Orange Country” star Vicki Gunvalson’s ex-boyfriend Brooks Ayers, without the acknowledgement of his legal team, sold out his cancer treatment medical document for profit.
“Brooks went to his attorney and publicist a few weeks ago, telling them that he wanted to profit from his cancer story,” a source exclusively tells Life & Style.
Ayers claimed that he was diagnosed with stage three Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, which eventually turned out to be a lie and that he was never treated at City of Hope hospital, hence to preserve his claim Ayers sold his fake medical documents.
Radar Online, confirms Ayers sold this medical reports and made a profit of $12,000. For this fakery, he ended up being fired by his attorney while rep and lawyer wanted to know the truth about the illness. The insider revealed, “They were totally blindsided, so they demanded real proof.”
Although Ayers has admitted the truth about fabricated his medical papers, the 47-year-old man hasn’t accepted or deny the fact that if he ever had cancer or not. Sources also claim that Vicki Gunvalson has been trying to reconsider from the cancer controversy by saying she never believe Ayers to have cancer, but then she carried on with the lies since her career as a reality television personality was in peril.
“She was about to be booted from the show and then suddenly Brooks got diagnosed and everything changed. Vicki knew her ratings were better with him,” explained an insider.
Meanwhile, all the controversy about Brooks Ayers’ cancer, Inquisitr also pointed out that Gunvalson took to her Twitter to share a post about her daughter Briana Culberson’s biopsy result which had no traces of cancer after was operate because of an enlarged lymph node.
Image Source: Facebook|Vicki Gunvalson