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‘Real Housewives’ Drama: Brooks Ayers Shows Tamra Judge His Medical Records, But Vicki Gunvalson’s Friend Still Doesn’t Believe Him?

Real Housewives star Brooks Ayers has reportedly shown documentation of his medical records to Tamra Judge, but according to a Radar Online report on September 28, she still doesn’t believe Ayers, the former boyfriend of her Real Housewives of Orange County co-star, Vicki Gunvalson, is truly suffering from the deadly illness.

Below is what the source revealed to Radar regarding the doubts about Real Housewives star Ayers’ stage 3 Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis, and drama with Judge.

“Brooks and Vicki showed Tamra his medical records,” an insider told the site of the Real Housewives cast members.

According to the insider, the former Real Housewives couple, Ayers and Gunvalson, who split in August after four years of dating, hoped to silence Judge’s doubts about his diagnosis by doing so. Unfortunately, however, the source claimed it hasn’t worked — despite the former pair doing so while cameras rolled for The Real Housewives of Orange County.

“The cameras were rolling and it’s supposed to be shown as part of an upcoming episode of the show.”

In addition, Judge has reportedly gone on record, denying she’s seen the book of Ayers’ medical records. “I mean, I just want to see the medical book with all the tabs [Vicki] made,” she told Hollywood Today Live, according to Radar. “I just want to see that book.”

So, is Judge lying about what she’s seen, or does she believe Ayers’ medical records to be fake? While it is unclear at this point what exactly is going on with Judge and Ayers, the source claimed everyone will soon discover the truth. Throughout season 10, Ayers has been active on Twitter, insisting fans will eventually seen the truth on The Real Housewives of Orange County. However, despite his claims, his co-stars on the Real Housewives continue to raise questions about both his illness and his treatment plan.

During an early episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Ayers was seen revealing plans to stop chemotherapy treatments and begin an alternative approach. Right away, Meghan King Edmonds couldn’t see how he could do so. According to Edmonds, she felt it would likely be very dangerous for her Real Housewives co-star to cease chemo. Because Edmonds watched as her step-daughter’s mother, LeAnn, battled cancer, she believes she knows a lot about the illness, as well as its side effects and treatments. So, seeing Ayers not lose hair during chemo served as a red flag, as did his announcement about quitting chemo.

While Edmonds has certainly been the most vocal Real Housewives star when it comes to the doubts in Ayers’ illness, Judge and Heather Dubrow, as well as Shannon Beador, have also wondered if Ayers was being honest. Although they haven’t exactly come out and said they believe Ayers is faking cancer, the Real Housewives stars have pointed out that certain things he’s said don’t seem to add up.

At one point, Beador offered her assistance in Ayers’ battle against cancer, and set him up with a world-reknowned physical, who specialized in treatments. Ayers, however, didn’t make his appointment, and never rescheduled with the doctor in question.

Real Housewives couple Ayers and Gunvalson have been seen in a relationship for the last few seasons of The Real Housewives of Orange County, but next year, if Gunvalson chooses to return for her 11th season as a full-time housewife, she will be seen as a single woman.

After filming season 10 of the Real Housewives show, Ayers relocated from Southern California to Florida, where he remains.

For more of Brooks Ayers and the rest of the cast, tune into The Real Housewives of Orange County on Monday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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