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Bravo stands by Tiffany Moon after Kameron Westcott’s social media attack

Bravo has formally come to Tiffany Moon’s protection after a Twitter squabble between her and “Actual Housewives of Dallas” co-star Kameron Westcott.

“Bravo strongly helps the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) neighborhood,” the community stated in an announcement Friday. “Anti-Racism is, the truth is, not a type of racism and the community stands by Dr. Tiffany Moon and her advocacy towards racism and violence.”

The drama started when Moon, 36, and Kameron, 38, obtained right into a typical “Housewives” spat on Twitter after the “RHOD” reunion aired on Tuesday. However, issues took an unprecedented flip when Kameron’s husband Courtroom Westcott and her brother-in-law Chart Westcott started attacking Moon on social media, calling her an “anti-racist.”

“’Anti-racism’ is racism. It discriminates by the colour of ones pores and skin. They tried that after in Germany, it didn’t work out effectively. I don’t perceive what number of of your sufferers could be snug with you treating them along with your open vile racism [sic],” Courtroom, who has since deleted his Twitter account wrote at one level.

Chart Westcott alleged in a single tweet after Moon blocked him, “I’ve spoken to her twice, as soon as when she was blackout drunk at my home however wanted to get house for early work. Surprise if she had a hangover whereas engaged on her sufferers?”

Moon’s lawyer, Andrew Brettler, informed Selection in an announcement on Friday, “The insinuations the Westcotts made in these tweets are reckless, defamatory and appalling. Dr. Moon is knowledgeable in each sense of the phrase and is deserving of the superb repute that she’s earned as a doctor and as a tough working mom. These assaults on her character is not going to be tolerated. The Westcotts could be effectively suggested to maintain mentions of Dr. Moon out of their social media feeds.”

Stephanie Hollman, Kameron Westcott, Tiffany Moon, D'Andra Simmons
Stephanie Hollman, Kameron Westcott, Tiffany Moon and D’Andra Simmons pose on the “RHOD” reunion.
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The strain between Westcott and Moon started earlier within the “RHOD” season. As the primary Asian “Housewife,” Moon took the ladies for dim sum and tried to get the ladies to attempt hen ft — a delicacy in her tradition. Westcott threw the meals on the ground and it turned a plot level all through the season.

In a “WWHL” look to advertise the present, Westcott referred to as Moon “bossy” and in contrast her to a Thai intercourse employee. She later denied that she meant to make the comparability.

It’s unclear which of the ladies will return to the present subsequent season, however Moon confused followers on Friday by altering her bios on social media to learn, “Earlier Solid Member #RHOD S5.” It was later modified again to “Solid member #RHOD @BravoTV.”

Bravo declined to remark.

A rep for Westcott didn’t instantly get again to us.

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