Kelly Dodd Calls Heather Dubrow’s Comments on Her a ‘BS’ in ‘Housewives’ Book

The ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ star, however, denies that she is ‘bitter,’ insisting that she just defends herself after Heather allegedly trash-talks her in ‘Not All Diamonds and Rose’.

AceShowbizKelly Dodd was not happy with what Heather Dubrow said about her in Dave Quinn’s explosive new “Housewives” book, “Not All Diamonds and Rose”. Taking to her Instagram account, Kelly called out her former “The Real Housewives of Orange County” co-star for “talking trash” about her.

“I have a real problem with Heather Dubrow commenting on seasons that, I didn’t film with her for four years, and she’s commenting on bull crap,” Kelly revealed said in an Instagram video. “I didn’t film [the seasons] with her for four years, and she’s commenting on bull crap.”

The 46-year-old went on to rant, “She claimed she never watched the show after she left so is she lying? Why would she be talking trash about me for things she says I did during seasons she wasn’t involved in and allegedly never saw?”

“They clearly try to make her look good and me look bad. Why are they letting her comment on seasons she was not even on?” Kelly complained. Kelly, however, denied that she was “bitter,” insisting that she just wanted to defend herself. The reality TV star also shared that she would be telling her side of the story in the newest episode of her “Rick and Kelly Unmasked” podcast.

It remains to be seen what made Kelly so mad about. However, it’s likely related to Heather’s comments on what Kelly talked about in previous seasons of the Bravo reality TV show. In the book, Heather said, “Kelly talks about Black people, she talks about ISIS, she talks about Jews — I don’t understand why she’s Teflon?”

Heather has yet to react to Kelly’s remarks.

Kelly, meanwhile, was fired from “RHOC” over her remarks about COVID-19, in which she said that the COVID-19 public health crisis was “God’s way of thinning the herd.” Of her exit, Kelly reflected, “Listen, ultimately I got fired because of myself. I’m the one who got myself fired. I was like Howard Stern with WNBC. I had the executives calling me, and Emily’s like, ‘Who are they?’ and I’m like, well, they know me! I know them! But I was causing them a lot of grief. I was causing them a lot of trouble. And, you know, I’m sorry about that. I feel bad.”

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