Orange County’s Meghan Edmonds On Brooks Ayers’ Cancer & Vicki Gunvalson’s Mother’s Death

Meghan Edmonds, Heather Dubrow

The Real Housewives of Orange County star Meghan Edmonds and her co-stars, Vicki Gunvalson and Brooks Ayers, were featured in one of the most dramatic episodes of the season on Monday night. During the Orange County-based reality show’s latest episode, Gunvalson dealt not only with her longtime boyfriend’s cancer diagnosis, but also with the devastating news of her mother’s passing.

In her Real Housewives of Orange County blog on July 6, Edmonds opened up about the hard-hitting issues of the episode, starting with Ayers’ unconventional way of treating his “aggressive” cancer.

“Coffee enemas? Do those really work? It sounds hokey to me especially when referencing it in the same sentence as cancer. I understand the urge to battle cancer with all means necessary (holistic, strange, alternative, whatever) but Brooks has stage 3 aggressive Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, so why aren’t they talking about the chemo and what it does? Am I missing something??”

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Edmonds has questioned her Orange County co-star’s cancer diagnosis multiple times, claiming something feels odd about his alleged illness. Since her husband’s ex-wife, the mother of her step-daughter, is also suffering from cancer, Edmonds feels she knows what the disease looks like, and Ayers’ health appears to be in a much different place.

In a Real Housewives of Orange County blog last month, Edmonds addressed Ayers’ health, telling fans she didn’t understand how Ayers could just up and leave town. Speaking to fans, Edmonds wondered how Ayers had the strength to vacation.

Also in her July 6 blog, the Orange County reality star looked back on her co-star Gunvalson’s heartbreaking reaction to her mother’s unexpected death.

“I heard screams or crying. I walked back into the party and I couldn’t hear it anymore. And then the screams came on stronger. When I saw Vicki it was devastating. Just a few seconds earlier her world was fine, and then it was destroyed. It was awful and my heart went out for her then and it goes out for her now. Like I said, fate doesn’t give a s**t. And there is nothing fair or consoling about that statement. I thought the flashbacks with Vicki and her mother were very sweet and I was crying throughout the entire scene. May her soul rest in peace.”

For more of Meghan Edmonds, tune into The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 10, every Monday night at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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