Most “Actual Housewives” have gotten used to somewhat trash speak on set, however Vicki Gunvalson of “Actual Housewives of Orange County” isn’t going to take it anymore.
The veteran forged member, 57, has filed a lawsuit towards co-star Kelly Dodd, 44, over three statements she made on digital camera, believing they might impact her private and enterprise relationships if aired, TMZ reviews.
The statements in query embody “you prey on older folks,” “you’re a con girl” and “you engaged in fraud.”
Gunvalson claims she defined to Bravo producers that each one three of those statements are false and will have destructive results on her livelihood.
Beneath the pseudonym “Jane Roe,” Vicki additionally identified that she’s by no means been sued in 31 years of enterprise and has an A+ score with the Higher Enterprise Bureau.
It’s unclear if Bravo has plans to air the scene in the course of the 14th season. Nevertheless, they included the “con girl” line within the present’s new trailer. Vicki is hoping to discourage them, initially naming the community and present producers within the lawsuit as nicely. She’s since dropped her claims towards them whereas persevering with to pursue authorized motion towards Dodd.
Vicki is suing to get the unique edit of the present blocked from airing and for damages.