Our favorite reality TV stars, such as Kathryn Dennis, Chelsea Houska, and Kyle Richards, love to show off their adorable kids and family pics on social media. It’s tough to narrow down, but here’s our pick for the cutest photos from the past few weeks.
About Brooks‘ subsequent statement, Heather adds, “This is what is so crazy about it, he doesn’t admit to faking cancer, he admits to fabricating documents. So, the way he worded his statement was basically saying, ‘I didn’t intend to show my own medical records, so for the story and television purposes, I made up documents. I doctored these documents, to show on the show, because I did not want to show my own medical records.’ Which makes no sense to me at all.”
Another day, another story about the morally corruptBrooks Ayers! At the center of a firestorm of controversy, Brooks is finding himself without many allies these days – even the formerly loyal Dubrows.
Terry, Real Housewives of Orange County husband of Heather Dubrow, isn’t definitively saying whether he believes Brooks has cancer or not. But he does think he’s sick – in the head. Having “always been a supporter of Brooks,” Terry says he doesn’t “love” what’s going down recently with Brooks’ admission that he falsified medical documents.
Terry argues, “If he doesn’t have cancer, he’s sick on another level. Sick on a psychological level, and he needs help.”
Before we get to the assery of Brooks (and later Terry) we must first confront the assery of David. Did you know – he had an affair! During the last reunion Shannon Beador pretended her marriage was amazing and wonderful and more perfect than ever. Except, haha – 3 weeks prior she had learned David was cheating, then he left her, then he came home with his dick tail between his legs, and then he whisked her away on a 17-day romantic vacation. So she wasn’t lying! Sadly when the cameras started rolling again, “reality” set-in.
Really – honestly – I don’t care what’s happening with Shannon, her vagina, her affair, her husband, her colon, her rectum, because her voice is sounding more like my 90-year-old great aunt’s by the day and that’s scary.
Having lost her fiance, Jeff Beitzel, to leukemia in 2008, Gretchen says she is “appalled and disgusted that anyone would lie or makeup false documents about a very serious disease that millions are fighting against for their lives everyday.”
Vicki starts off, “I’m completely shocked. I’ve seen the bills, I went to City Of Hope. He was there all morning so how do you think anything other than ‘he’s getting chemo’, you go to City Of Hope because you have cancer, not because you have nothing else to do during the day.”