Vicki Gunvalson Reflects On The Worst Year of Her Life — Happy To Be Over Brooks! #RHOC

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Vicki Gunvalson’s first Bravo blog of Season 11 reflects back to Season 10, while looking forward to brighter days ahead.

Vicki is starting over with a cast still dug in over her decision to love and defend a scammer, Brooks Ayers, who hijacked last season with phony claims of cancer. Vicki begins by noting last year, as the worst one in her life. 

“A lot has happened in my life since you last saw me on the couch last season with Andy and hopefully you will be happy with how far I have come in my personal life. I have to say last year was probably the worst year of my life, and I’m glad it’s over and behind me.”

Vicki talks about moving on — but will the cast move on with her? Vicki is excited about the addition of newbie, Kelly Dodd.

“It was great to introduce our new cast member Kelly Dodd. She brings a whole new energy to this show which I think was really needed.”

“I learned a lot about myself and have finally realized that everything happens for a reason and much of it is a divine intervention. I’m finally at peace with it all, and this season you will see me trying to move on, after asking for forgiveness.  Some are willing to do accept it and move on, and some aren’t which I’m actually okay with now. I’m not going to be stuck in the past anymore.”  

Vicki admits that it is difficult watching the other women’s harsh opinions of her, and notes that there has been an inner-struggle that she has kept private.

“It was tough to first see the ladies this 1st episode and to hear about how they felt about me. There is so much that you the viewers and the cast members don’t know which was my personal struggle to make sense of everything.”

Vicki reminds her readers of the statement that Brooks Ayers issued to People — especially the part where he states that Vicki had no part in his game. It bothers her that others believe that she would involve herself in such a ruse.

“More importantly, towards the bottom of the statement, see what he disclosed which clearly states I was NOT in on any scam. It’s quite disturbing that anyone would ever think that of me”

Ayers closes the statement by defending Gunvalson.

Vicki was not ‘in on any cancer scam or created storyline.’ There is no scam,” Ayers says, adding , “Second, Vicki never has paid me to be quiet regarding this ‘supposed’ scam nor has paid me to release any statements.”

Here’s to a NEW season, and starting over. Woo-hoo!


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