RHOC Star Shannon Beador Drops Even More Weight As Her Divorce Court Battle With Cheater David Draws Near
Shannon Beador showed off her trim figure in Scottsdale over the weekend. The Real Housewives of Orange County star looked thinner than ever as she hung out with Bret Michaels at a charity event. As Beador faces down her cheating ex, David Beador, in court, sources say she’s at her lightest weight ever.
Beador showed up on the red carpet in Scottsdale in support of a local benefit, Gigis Playhouse. The RHOC star donned a LBD for the event and happily took some time to pose alongside Michaels.
Weight loss expert Charlene Ciardiello told Radar Online that Beador has lost a whopping 20 pounds over the past year. The reality star shed the extra weight through a combination of exercise and healthy eating, as well as undergoing coolscupting therapy.
“Shannon now weighs 125 pounds,” Ciardiello shared. “That means she has lost the 40 pounds she gained from her split – and a lot more!”
Apart from living healthier, Beador was motivated by how fast her ex-husband has moved on with his new girlfriend, Lesley Cook. Not only are they living together, but they are also reportedly in negotiations to start a reality show of their own.
While David plans his future with Cook, Beador is still fighting her ex-husband over the custody of their children. In the latest development, he requested that Beador should not be allowed to drink alcohol when her daughters are present. The reality star has since fired back and slammed David for trying to ruin her reputation .
Beador and David share three children: Sophie, Stella and Adeline. Beador filed for divorce in the winter of 2017 after he was allegedly caught cheating on her. They were married for 17 years before calling it quits.
Although Beador is looking her best, she has yet to start a serious relationship with anyone. But given how she looked in Scottsdale, her days as a single mother are not going to last long.
Shannon Beador and David Beador have not commented on their ongoing custody war.