Real Housewives of Orange County


Brooks Ayers and Vicki Gunvalson may have broken up, but his impact is still being felt on The Real Housewives of Orange County. During part two of the RHOC reunion, Vicki's daughter Briana Wolfsmith-Culberson joined the ladies and Andy Cohen on the couches and told some pretty icky stories about Brooks' behavior.

According to Briana, Brooks hit on her, while she was pregnant, at her mom's birthday party. "And I told her that he did and she called me a liar and said that he would never want me," Briana said.

Tamra Judge revealed Briana called her after the incident because it was a "big deal to her" and it "hurt her so bad."

"He just consumes her," Briana said of her mom and Brooks. Vicki finally admitted to believing her daughter when asked by Andy. The host pressed the reality star about the incident, suggesting hearing your daughter say your boyfriend hit on her was enough to end things with Brooks. "It does, doesn't it?" she said.

Heather Dubrow asked why Vicki believed Brooks then as opposed to Briana. "Welcome to my last four years of my life," Briana said.

"I didn't want to believe it was even truth," Vicki said.

But wait, it gets worse. Tamra and Briana said Brooks wanted to show Briana his private parts and said it was really big and that his nickname was "Girth Brooks." Yep, that happened.

Andy sat down with Brooks for a separate interview before the reunion and he said he blames the women and Briana for his relationship with Vicki ending. According to Brooks, Briana leans on Vicki financially and is lying about him. Why's she lying?

"Well, I guess hearsay, manipulation, the very things they're accusing me of, quite frankly, of trying to take advantage of Vicki. I think it's simply projecting their own personal issues onto Vicki's relationship," Brooks told Andy.

"This guy's a piece of s—t," Briana said.

The Real Housewives of Orange County reunion concludes on Sunday at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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