vicki gunvalson brooks eye drops fake cancer
How low can you go?
Well, you don’t get much lower that orchestrating an elaborate cancer ruse in order to try and worm your way firmly in to the life of your girlfriend when you suspect she’s about to dump your sorry ass (oh, and ensure maximum time in front of TV cameras too, all at the same time).
That’s exactly what that creepy Brooks Ayers dude from Real Housewives of Orange County did—and, not surprisingly, Vicki Gunvalson, the girlfriend in question, is completely, utterly, disgusted by his actions.
The 53-year-old is opening up about the depth of Ayer’s deception, in an interview with Andy Cohen, that runs on tonight’s episode of Watch What Happens Live—and you can watch sneak peek video right here on Popdust.
Gunvalson—who insists she was totally duped by Brooks, and definitely wasn’t in on the scam—says she is still struggling to comprehend the lengths that she suspects he went to, in order to fake his supposed cancer battle….for over a year!
Like, actually poisoning himself in order to appear sick, in an attempt to imitate the grueling side effects of chemotherapy treatments.
“He had to fabricate this lie all the way prior to filming. Because he got diagnosed in September/October of 2014,” Gunvalson says.
“We are now in November of 2015. So this lie had to be fabricated and thought out way before filming."
“I actually contacted a couple of people and they said you can actually take eye drops and it can make you violently ill,” she says, as way of possibly explaining Ayers’ supposed chemo side effects, which involved extended bouts of extreme vomiting.
“I don't know if he did that—that's pretty sick—but I witnessed him with fevers and night sweats and chills.”
As Popdust previously reported, Gunvalson was forced to eat humble pie after it transpired all the medical records that Ayers produced—purporting to be proof that he was undergoing chemotherapy treatment at LA’s City of Hope Hospital for non-Hodgkins lymphoma—were every bit as fake as the reality TV star’s smile.
“Words cannot express the deep regret that I have in fabricating documents to 'prove' to the world that I, in fact, have cancer. What I did was wrong and inexcusable,” Ayers was finally forced to admit, via a statement to the press, after months and months of lying about his treatment—at time of posting however, he still insists he does actually have cancer (cough, cough!)
In true Vicki Gunvalson style, the Real Housewife went full on nuclear in her attempt to defend her love interest—butting heads and engaging in insane screaming matches with her fellow reality
whores stars when they called bullshit on creepy dude’s cancer claims.
In very UN-true Vicki Gunvalson style, she admits to Cohen that she’s now going to have to apologize to her fellow reality
whores stars, for her verbal attacks and dramatic aural assaults.
Meanwhile, returning once again to true Vicki Gunvalson style—the Insurance Industry exec bemoans the amount of “time and money” that Ayers’ cancer hoax has cost her.
“I mean, the extent of what I did for this man, to cure him, is ... I can't even tell you,” she tearfully tells Cohen. “Time and money and time and money I spent on him.”
Indeed Vicki, indeed.... it's ALL about the time and money....
The Watch What Happens Live one-on-one with Vicki Gunvalson airs tonight on Bravo, at 8:30/7:30c.
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