'RHOC' Kelly Dodd Lays Down The Law With Bravo! Fire Vicki Gunvalson Or Else!
Kelly Dodd's time on the Real Housewives of Orange County may be over. After filming an explosive Season 13 reunion, Dodd revealed on social media that she will not return to Bravo's hit franchise if producers bring back the “OG of the OC” Vicki Gunvalson.
Bravo just released a teaser trailer for the reunion that shows Gunvalson and Dodd butting heads. At one point in their heated exchange, Gunvalson flatly accused Dodd of using cocaine .
Dodd took to Instagram shortly after the trailer aired and slammed Gunvalson for making false accusations against her.
"I can’t go back if that liar can just say sh*t without consequences. The money isn’t worth it to me!" Dodd told her Instagram followers.
The RHOC star added that her daughter is more important to her than the show and accused Gunvalson of trying to ruin her name. Dodd then said she will not return next season if Gunvalson is a part of the cast.
Dodd later commented about how Bravo should have silenced Gunvalson in the first place and never allowed her to make false accusations in front of the cameras. She also denied using cocaine and vowed to never film with Gunvalson ever again.
When a fan told Dodd that she should sue Gunvalson for the cocaine remarks, she revealed that her contract with Bravo makes that impossible. She also expressed regret for siding with Gunvalson in the past, a move that kept her co-star on the show.
This is not the first time Dodd has suggested that Bravo should fire Gunvalson. According to Reality Blurb , Dodd said Gunvalson had over-stayed her welcome and called her "spoiled milk" in an interview on The Talk .
Kelly Dodd then revealed that she thinks Heather Dubrow, who left in Season 11, should replace Gunvalson next year.
Bravo has not commented on Vicki Gunvalson's future on the show.
Season 13 of the Real Housewives of Orange County wrapped up this week. The show's three-part reunion is scheduled to kick off next Monday night on Bravo.