Divorce by Bravo? That’s what Mike Shay’s bandmate is claiming about the failed marriage between Vanderpump Rules stars Scheana and Mike Shay.
According to Nicole Arbour, Scheana was encouraged to create drama in her marriage or risk being fired because “she wasn’t interesting enough.”
“Scheana and Shay were told if they didn’t cause more drama that she would be fired because she wasn’t interesting enough,” the bandmate told RadarOnline. “They needed more drama from her. And that’s what started causing so many problems in their marriage.”
The problem, Mike “wasn’t into it” and didn’t want to participate.
“Mike wasn’t into it and Scheana was like ‘well, this is my job and you have to support me and cause more drama with me,’” explained Arbour. “She’s really mean to him and it’s just like, they don’t even communicate. They can’t speak. She’s yelling at him and telling him he’s doing things wrong or they’re not making noise.”
Arbour admits not knowing the couple that well, but claims Mike and Scheana were not in love.
“He always spoke so highly of her like, ‘I love my wife. My wife is amazing. I love her so much.’ We never saw them being in love, but I didn’t know them that long.”
Even more shocking, Arbour accuses Scheana of being “full of sh*t” on a Watch What Happens Live episode about Mike having gone missing.
“One time he accidentally locked himself out of the studio and he wasn’t actually missing,” Arbour revealed. “He locked himself out and had to walk home. He was missing for a couple of hours because he didn’t call her back.”
“It’s sad that this is what these people have to do,” Arbour said about the Vanderpump Rules cast. “They have to make up lies and try to run with them so they have a career next year because they’re desperate for storylines.”
Tell us what you think. Was this marriage doomed from the start or did Bravo producers have a hand in the demise?
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