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Brooks Ayers, Vicki Gunvalson

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Brooks Ayers is planning to release a tell-all book to help revamp his tarnished reputation after the controversy surrounding his cancer story. However, none of his story will include Vicki Gunvalson.

Due to a contract he signed with Gunvalson before they dove into their five-year romance, he is obligated to keep anything regarding her and her family out of the novel.

"Vicki is not at all concerned about her former boyfriend writing a book," Gunvalson's rep said in a statement to E! News. "He can write whatever he wants except he cannot write about Vicki, her career, family or anything else concerning her. Vicki long ago had the boyfriend sign a fiercely written and executed confidentiality agreement. He cannot write about her at all. That was signed in the very beginning [of their relationship]."

This conflicts with the plans Ayers revealed to Page Six last week about exposing Gunvalson's 28-year-old daughter, Briana Culberson, who he blames for much of his damaged reputation.

"[She] hates my guts," he told the publication. "And got paid handsomely the past three seasons to do nothing but bring drama into her own mom's life regarding me. I'm going to expose all of that."

Obviously, his contract with Gunvalson includes keeping her daughter out of the story as well.

Brooks Ayers, Vicki Gunvalson

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Meanwhile, despite the threats against her daughter, Ayers promises there are no hard feelings between him and his ex-girlfriend.

"I want nothing but the best for her and she wants the best for me," he declared in regards to Gunvalson. "I'm not doing this because she did it to me, but she's a grown woman and she's making business decisions to continue earning money. I'm a grown man and I want to do what I can do to rehab my reputation…and you can't do it on reality TV."

In fact, much of his tell-all will include behind-the-scenes information about filming the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, claiming producers fabricated many of the storylines (including his cancer story) for ratings.

"They basically pitched me as this poor guy from Mississippi preying on a vulnerable, successful, self-made woman," he told Page Six. "I'm not bound contractually by anything to not share the intel about what transpires behind production, Bravo, what they try to do, etc."