Brooks Ayers confirms what many already suspected to be true. Real Housewives of Orange County (RHOC) thrives on “manufactured drama.” The series that spawned many other shows on Bravo has made itself a name by talking about controversial topics like cancer. Ayers was particularly irked by the fact that Meghan King Edmonds was bent on proving that he did not have cancer when he did. He has since called in an attorney and issued a cease and desist letter to Edmonds for the defamation. Read on.
Viewers of the Bravo series will recall that Meghan had launched an investigation into finding out if Brooks’ cancer diagnosis was merely a myth of his own making.
She had gone out of her way to find out if the man was, in fact, sufferring from non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. She had called his doctors – both the doctors who were taking care of him and had even called his ex-girlfriend. She had then announced that he was working out his illness with people who didn’t even treat cancer. She had also claimed that Brook’ s ex-girlfriend had told her that he had faked cancer once.
On Monday’s episode of the reality show, Brooks had presented his medical records to Tamra Barney. Tamra admitted to being confused by the medical records and said that she didn’t know that blood cancer could cause masses. Meghan had then gone on to scoff at him again and had declared that Brooks had falsified his documents.
Brooks was so overcome with the agony of being blamed a liar that he has since sought the help of an attorney. He has given Meghan a cease and desist letter via the attorney and has vowed to never show up for the show again. He is so pained with the whole drama that he has decided to not show up for the Season 10 reunion special either.
Brook Ayers believes thatMeghan King Edmonds is trying to get attention and stay relevant in the show.
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