Production sources attest that Tamra did share the photo with cast and crew, also making a slew of rude comments about Vicki. That in itself is mean, but where it potentially gets illegal is in the hands of a minor! Tamra is also accused of sharing the nude photo with guests at a party and allegedly asking a 15-year-old girl to post it on social media.
Being that it’s Tamra and Kelly, they can’t control their itchy social media fingers anymore than they can control their mouths. Kelly was the WWHL guest after the finale. Several callers lied to get through moderators, then live and on-air accused Kelly of having an affair with “Frank.” Andy was not happy. Following the show, Kelly posted incriminating screenshots showing Tamra communicating with the callers and supporting their efforts.
You can view our recap with original screenshots here.
Tamra, is of course in spin mode, back-pedaling and blaming a rogue Facebook group and insisting she was just as much an innocent victim of their actions. Because she’s a good Christian, it’s never her fault!
Vicki does reprehensible things and doesn’t understand that they’re reprehensible. She also can’t apologize for hurting people’s feelings. Briana is right about that. Yet, for all Briana’s parenting of her mother, Vicki refuses to see the reality that people don’t forget things you’ve said or done because you give them a good whoop it up or two. Vicki’s version of friendships are as deep as one night stands. Although I honestly don’t know that I would be offering sincere apologies to any of these biatches either. Do any of them really deserve one? Truly?
I imagine that Tamra Judge, Heather Dubrow, and Shannon Beador see themselves as victorious after last night’s episode – they have triumphed in the face of evil, stood in solidarity, and exorcised the devil. Yeah, except, not cause the devil is inside.
Kelly Dodd‘s motto is, “If you’re not first, you’re last.” Well, there ya go. Poor Meghan only lost by association. I cannot believe four so-called adult women were behaving so Jerry Springer and then jumping through hoops trying to deny, deflect, and justify their actions. It was nonstop sifting through everyone lying while pointing fingers at other people’s lies. Yep, I’m looking at you TamraJudge, ShannonBeador, and ESPECIALLY Vicki Gunvalson!
Last night’s Real Housewives of Orange County episode was a horribly edited mess, to say the least. It was choppy and you can tell we missed a LOT of what really happened. Thankfully Heather Dubrow videoed some of it or we would’ve only heard the many different versions of the story later.
Tamra Judge took to her blog to try to expand on a few of the situations and give her side of things. In her blog she blasts Kelly Dodd for her crazy behavior, claims that classless booby flasher Vicki Gunvalson loves to throw people under the bus, stands firm in her innocence regarding attempts to get Kelly wasted, and so much more.
What a strange episode! So Kelly Dodd is a rampant liability who needs to be exposed, so suddenly the ladies are all BFF with Vicki again. Yes, even Shannon. Tequila Shots became the Trojan Horse of RHOC last night, and it was well, awful.
These women know Vicki’s love tank, all cylinders of it, are running on “E” and her yearning to be their friend is so palpable you could drink it in a shot glass. Yet, who is Kelly’s only conceivable ally on RHOC? Vicki – the other ostracized one. And how do you get Kelly defenseless when she’s indefensible? Capture Vicki, leaving her bogged down in the conflict between what is right and what is right for her right now.
Kelly went on a pub crawl that almost ended in a brawl because she says that Tamra hit her (hard) in the department store. “I was shocked, disappointed and concerned about Tamra’s aggressiveness to say the least.”
“When I signed up to be a Housewife, I knew that my life, my personality, my family, my marriage would be on public display. My life has been an open book through my friendships and social media long before I joined the Housewives,” says Kelly. “Obviously, the scale of exposure is completely different now. I am okay with that because I am who I am, an open, honest person.”