For a guy who claims he wants to live a private life away from the spotlight, Brooks Ayers sure spends a lot of time talking to the press. The former Real Housewives of Orange County cast member is now giving statements about wanting to be left out of future conversations, especially those regarding his cancer storyline.
Just when we had almost forgotten him, Brooks pops back up by giving yet another statement, with his version of the past five years of his life with Vicki Gunvalson. And begging to be left alone to live a quiet and private life battling his disease and working on his career.
Debra asks Kathryn why she told Lisa Vanderpump what Erika Girardi said. “I’m an honest person,” says Kathryn. “I get thrown under the bus if I don’t say something cause we all know the truth comes to the surface. I met them both at the same time. I’m not shady. I’ll say it to your face.”
Brooks? Brooks WHO? That’s what Vicki Gunvalson seems to be projecting with her latest post to Instagram showcasing new man Jack Losey. Is she hoping we see a new love interest and forget all about HE WHO FAKES MEDICAL RECORDS? Or perhaps her love tank was just sputtering on “E” for one month too long.
Whatever the case, Vicki seems to have moved on for publicity’s sake to new romantic pastures. “Last night in Scottsdale. Thanks Jack for dinner and dancing at our favorite place. #tripisending,#allworknoplayisboring,” the Real Housewives of Orange County star captioned her photo, alluding to the couples’ romantic weekend spent in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Another day, another former reality TV star announces a tell-all book about the show they previously starred on. This week it’s Danielle Staub’s turn. The former Real Housewives of New Jerseystar took to Twitter to announce that she’s writing a tell-all about RHONJ.
Danielle Tweeted, “I’m breaking my silence And writing my tell all including the “Reality of #RHONJ” the impact on mine and my family’s life’s @Andy @bravotv.”
In a last ditch effort to convince Real Housewives of Orange County fans that he’s not a liarface, Brooks Ayers is writing a tell-all book, in which he calls out producers for fabricating the “cancer gate” storyline for ratings.
Brooks continues to insist that he did not lie about having cancer. “I didn’t fake cancer,” he tells Page Six. “Who in their right mind would fake cancer?”