Vicki Gunvalson Leaves ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’? Tired Of Cast’s Continuous Lies

By Subhro Prakash Ghosh | 1 year ago
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Vicki Gunvalson has confronted a lot of drama in the last ten seasons of “Real Housewives of Orange County” (RHOC) with her castmates. Now she is reportedly “fed up and not going to take any more of the lies.” Read below to know more in details.


Gunvalson is said to be in the process of her engagement with beau Brooks Ayers who is suffering from cancer. According to Celebrity Auction, she is all set to give answers to the rumors that her fellow housewives have done something at her and her beau.

“Vicki Gunvalson has worked extremely hard in her life and is not going to stand down to anyone, especially other co-stars who are so full of b*llshit,” a source close to the RHOC star informed.

Ayer’s cancer, as reported by Lalate News, is no doubt a core wedge between Gunvalson and Meghan King Edmonds. However, the fans are yet to see in the upcoming RHOC episode if Ayer has any decision to stop chemotherapy after undergoing three rounds of it and opt for any alternative treatment.

Gunvalson, who is the owner of Coto Insurance and Financial Services, was honored recently with the prestigious Entrepreneur of Orange County award. According to an insider, she is constantly engaged with her works for her multi-million dollar company and she only works for the show at her free time.

Despite being honored with the esteemed award, Gunvalson was claimed last week to be a failure in the business world. However, the business tycoon used the Twitter podium to silence her opponents who tried to defame her.

“Time to set the record straight. Fact #1 Wines By Wives was never owned by me or Tamra, we only endorsed it. #2 Vicki’s Vodka never launched as has been closed for 2 years,” Gunvalson tweeted.

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Photo Source: Instagram/Vicki Gunvalson


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