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Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at some of Bravo TV’s biggest scandals… starting with this baby drama. In the second season of “Below Deck Sailing Yacht” – which was made up of a group of quite enamored adults – love (and lust!) Began to air. Rumors speculating that the baby’s father could be deckhand Jean-Luc Cerza-Lanaux have been circulating on several Bravo blogs as the pregnancy buzz increased. During the first part of the “Below Deck Sailing Yacht” reunion which aired in June 2021, Dani said Jean-Luc – who claimed he was unable to participate in the recording with his teammates and has instead chose to call separately to speak to host Andy Cohen – was the only guy she had been physically involved with during the conception of her daughter, Lilly (born May). During the second part of the meeting, Jean-Luc told Andy: “I asked for a paternity test and basically it turned into a lot of reactions and she didn’t want to hear from me and basically didn’t. [wanting to have] anything [to do] with me… I told her that if this is my child, I want to be a part of this child’s life every day as much as I can. ”Dani, who has never renounced the paternity of her baby, has stated that she had accepted a DNA test but wanted Jean-Luc to pay and organize it… but he hadn’t done so at the time.
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Erika Jayne became known for her luxury-filled life on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” but in 2020 shocking news broke to Bravo fans – Erika’s wealth may have been a front total. In November 2020, following news of Erika’s divorce from her lawyer husband, Tom Girardi, after 21 years of marriage, the couple faced a lawsuit accusing them of embezzling the settlement money. intended for victims of a plane crash in one of Tom’s cases. Then things got even worse …
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Who would have thought that a Bravo star would find herself embroiled in an infidelity scandal with one of Hollywood’s most powerful couples? In early 2021, “Southern Charm” star Madison LeCroy (right) sparked rumors during the show’s reunion when one of her co-stars claimed she was romantically involved with a “ex-married MLB player”. The player would later be identified as none other than Alex Rodriguez, who was engaged to Jennifer Lopez at the time. Madison denied ever having physical contact with A-Rod, but admitted that he contacted her, that they made a DM and that they spoke on the phone. A-Rod and J.Lo decided to quit less than two months later.
In March 2021, “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Jen Shah was arrested alongside her aide, Stuart Smith, on federal charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and conspiracy. to commit money laundering for allegedly carrying out a telemarketing scam from 2012 to 2021. “Shah and Smith have flaunted their lavish lifestyles to the public as a symbol of their ‘success’,” the special agent said in charges Peter Fitzhugh of Homeland Security Investigations in a press release. “In reality, they would have built their opulent lifestyles at the expense of vulnerable, often elderly, working class people.” During Jen’s first court appearance, a judge laid out a series of rules regarding what she was and was not allowed to do because she was released on bail.
Don’t mess with Lisa! In an incredibly dramatic finger-pointing argument about a dog, Lisa Vanderpump, cast member of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” announced that she would not be returning to the show after a falling out over the course of the ninth season of the series. The drama began when Dorit Kemsley adopted dog Lucy Lucy Apple Juice from Lisa’s rescue organization, Vanderpump Dogs. She then gave the dog to someone else after biting one of her children. The new owner then gave Lucy a safe house to kill in the Los Angeles area.
It’s a known fact that since joining the cast of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” in its fifth season, Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams didn’t like each other. Their underlying feud surfaced when Kenya denigrated Porsha’s difficult marriage to former NFL player Kordell Stewart, accusing him of being his beard to give positive publicity. During the meeting, their feud escalated – Kenya brandished a megaphone with a dazzled scepter to make sure Porsha couldn’t speak to her as she accused him of cheating and looking for pity in the midst of her divorce. Porsha didn’t handle this well – she ended up lashing out and getting into an altercation with Kenya, which led to her being arrested for assault.
In 2018, in the wake of the #MeToo movement, “Southern Charm” star Thomas Ravenel was accused of sexually assaulting two women: one he met on Tinder in 2015 and Nanny Dawn, the babysitter of his children. (Dawn’s allegations led to an investigation of Thomas for “first degree forced rape”). In 2019, he pleaded guilty to third degree assault and battery in this assault case and received a 30 day suspended sentence with a $ 500 fine and probation instead of jail time. . People the magazine reported. He and Dawn also reached a civil settlement in which he agreed to pay $ 45,000 for personal legal fees plus $ 80,000 to a non-profit organization that helps adult survivors of sexual assault.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, season 15 of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” has been strewn with scandals. Kelly Dodd has publicly doubted the severity of the coronavirus and made several front page remarks that have upset many people. Braunwyn Windham-Burke started 2020 by revealing her battle with alcoholism and renewed her vows with her husband Sean Burke before becoming a lesbian at the end of the year. She later insisted that she and Sean wanted to stay married even if they were dating other people, but in the summer of 2021, they began a trial separation.
During the 2020 season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” a major scandal took the series by storm amid claims that star Denise Richards had an affair with former actor Brandi Glanville. Denise has denied both the affair (despite a series of incriminating text messages with Brandi having been revealed) and ever having been in an open marriage to her husband Aaron Phypers (which Brandi kept saying was true). Sadly it looks like we’ll never know the real one reason Denise left the show.
After joining “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” for its third season, Phaedra Parks was struck in scandal after scandal. From making her fellow cast members suspicious of her baby’s due date (they believe she got pregnant during a conjugal visit with her former husband Apollo Nida while he was in prison) to the Kenya Moore co-star that Apollo had secretly contacted her about dating, Phèdre was no stranger to the drama! In 2014, she filed for divorce from Apollo (who was put behind bars for eight more years for identity theft with wire and mail fraud). Phaedra’s time on “RHOA” also came to an end – she was fired after her eighth season after confessing to spreading lies that co-star Kandi Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker, had attempted to date the rape actor Porsha Williams.
The cast of “Vanderpump Rules” has grown much smaller in the wake of a racism scandal. In June 2020, Bravo announced that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni got the boot. Faith Stowers, who appeared in the show’s fourth and sixth seasons and was the only black actor, shed light on past racist behavior by women, while men were fired after racist tweets reappeared. “There was this article in the Daily Mail where there was an African American woman,” Faith said on Instagram Live. “It was a weird photo, so she had very fair skin and had these different, weird tattoos. I guess that woman was stealing from people. And they called the cops and said it was me. C It’s like a true story. I heard that from, in fact, Stassi in an interview. ” Kristen apparently bragged on Twitter about calling the police while Stassi bragged about it on a podcast, stating that she and Kristen had solved a crime. Although they later issued a public apology, both women suffered damage in their careers – so Stassi was left behind by her publicist, agent and other brand partnerships.
In September 2018, Michael Darby, the husband of “The Real Housewives of the Potomac” star Ashley Darby, was charged with sexual assault for allegedly tampering with a crew member. In addition to giving it a “flirtatious look,” Michael reportedly grabbed cameraman Orville Palmer’s ass while filming the show. Orville reportedly told Michael to stop and let his supervisor know before bringing the situation to the authorities. As a result, Michael was charged with assault and a misdemeanor for inappropriate sexual contact. Michael was free to resume filming the Bravo series after the Montgomery County State Attorney’s Office decided not to prosecute him in October 2018.
When “The Real Housewives of New York City” star Luann de Lesseps debuted with Tom D’Agostino as the show’s eighth season new beau, cast members Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan revealed that they had already dated the businessman and were upset by Luann’s failure. follow the daughter code. Despite the women’s dismay, Luann got engaged to Tom in February 2016 after just nine months of dating. The drama didn’t end there: Co-star Bethenny Frankel ended up showing Luann photographic evidence of Tom’s cheating, but she continued their marriage anyway. Luann and Tom, however, decided to quit eight months later, and a few months later Luann was arrested for drunk and disorderly driving on Christmas Eve in Florida.
During the sixth season of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” Teresa Giudice and her then-husband Joe Giudice faced serious legal problems when they were accused of committing crimes. postal, banking, banking, bankruptcy and tax fraud. She and Joe were indicted in 2014 and then entered into a plea deal that saw them both hang out. She served one year while Joe served about three in federal prison before being returned to his native Italy. Their 20-year marriage ended a few months later, at the end of 2019.