RHOD Season 4: New Season, Same Old Cheating Allegations
The new season of Real Housewives of Dallas premiered this week, and despite Brandi Redmond’s attempt at a “friendervention” for LeeAnne Locken and D’Andra Simmons, new cheating allegations have crushed any chance of a reconciliation. The former friends went their separate ways after the Season 3 reunion, and when they were finally face-to-face during the Season 4 premiere, it was clear that their friendship was beyond repair.
Simmons revealed that when she got back to her hotel after the reunion, Locken’s soon-to-be husband Rich Emberlin started sending nasty text messages to Simmons’ husband, Jeremy Lock.
In her confessional, Simmons read one of the text messages Emberlin sent to Lock. In his text, Emberlin threatened to tell Simmons about a woman named Jessica, who he claimed was Lock’s mistress. Emberlin said that he didn’t want to say anything because he usually has discretion, but he was tired of Simmons spewing “baseless B.S.” about him.
“There is no way in God’s green earth that my husband would be having an affair with anyone named Jessica, Mary, Susie, Julie — whatever. It doesn’t matter who it is. It’s not happening. Move on,” said Simmons.
In her own confessional, Locken says that Emberlin was aware that Lock was cheating on Simmons with “Jessica,” and then she complained about Lock calling her a “snake” on social media.
Back at the friendervention, Locken brought up the fact that Simmon insinuated during Season 3 that Emberlin was cheating, to which Simmons replied, “I didn’t accuse him. I asked a question.”
This is when Locken started to lose her temper and she told Simmons that she wants to be very clear with her. She shouted that if anyone has ever told Simmons that Emberlin has cheated, “they’re a f**ing liar.”
But, Simmons wasn’t having it. She fired back at Locken, reminding her that she accused Cary Deuber’s husband Mark of cheating with men during Season 2. Locken said that the difference was that she still feels guilty about her actions, but Simmons doesn’t feel bad at all.
New episodes of The Real Housewives of Dallas air Wednesday nights on Bravo.