Kelly Dodd and her husband have put their east coast vacation home on the market, after she was axed from an endorsement deal.
The reality star was reportedly cut loose over her controversial comments about Covid-19.
The Bravo star took to Instagram to share the real estate news, linking the listing to her post. The beach house is a special place to Kelly Dodd and her husband, Fox News correspondent, Rick Leventhal, as it marks the spot where the couple met, at one of Rick’s backyard barbecues.
The property is on the market for almost $1.4 million, and boasts four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
“Looking to escape from New York City? We ARE selling OUR HOME in Westhampton. Our Oasis could be yours,” Kelly captioned the property snaps on Instagram.
The house comes decked out with an “enormous heated pool, tiki bar, multiple decks complete with a rooftop deck overlooking the bay” according to the listing. The listing describes the property as “perfect for entertaining or relaxing in your personal island getaway.”
The house has an updated chef’s kitchen and the master suite and guest bedrooms are all on one level.
The recently wed duo reportedly moved into a California property together, and seemingly spend most of their time on the west coast. It remains unclear why the couple decided to list the sprawling vacation property at this time, but the timing aligns with Positive Beverage cutting ties with the reality star.
As reported, the beverage company posted a statement on their Instagram Story, announcing that they had cut ties with the reality star due to her “controversial views and opinions.”
“Our core values of wellness, community, diversity and inclusion should be reflected by our brand and anyone associated with it,” adding … “it has become clear over the past few months that Kelly’s controversial views and opinions have distracted from our primary objectives, so effective today, we are no longer affiliated with Kelly Dodd-Leventhal,” the statement read.
“I’m glad I could help put Positive Beverage on the map and wish them well. I’m also really excited about my next venture in the beauty industry, which is my real passion. Stay tuned!” Kelly said in response.
The RHOC star was also called out after she posted a video from inside a Newport Beach, CA eatery, where she and a group of friends jokingly labeled themselves “super spreaders” while mocking Covid-19.
As reported, the reality star later took to her Instagram stories over the weekend to call for action against the beverage brand, only months after publicly slamming the concept of “cancel culture.”
Kelly Dodd used a re-post to slam Positive Beverage as a “business to ban,” before defending her visit to the crowded restaurant.
“Hey [TMZ] my goal [Saturday] was to promote the reopening of a local [business] closed since March. The crowd was celebrating finally enjoying food [and] drink in a bar [and] I don’t know the person who yelled ‘super spreader,’” Kelly responded on Twitter. “There was never an intent to harm, only to appreciate a slice of normal.”
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