Brooks Ayers' Medical Records Questioned By 'Real Housewives' Co-Stars Heather Dubrow And Meghan King Edmonds, Were They 'Forged?'

Brooks Ayers may have aired his medical records on last night's episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, but unfortunately, the speculation into his cancer diagnosis has continued.

For nearly the entirety of the 10th season of the Bravo reality series, Brooks Ayers' cancer has been a hot topic for his co-stars. According to many, Brooks Ayers doesn't seem to be sick, and what he's said about his diagnosis and treatment plan doesn't add up.

During last night's show, after months of speculation into Brooks Ayers' stage 3 Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma diagnosis, the ex-boyfriend of Vicki Gunvalson finally showed documentation of his illness. Speaking to Tamra Barney, Brooks Ayers revealed he had finally decided to air his private documents in an effort to silent his critics once and for all. But sadly, as Radar Online revealed on September 29, Brooks Ayers' critics weren't silenced, and Barney said she wasn't aware that a blood cancer could lead to masses. Then, in a later scene of last night's The Real Housewives of Orange County, Brooks Ayers' newest co-star, Meghan King Edmonds, claimed his PET-CT scan may have been "forged."

While chatting with some of her co-stars, Edmonds revealed she had called his doctor's office, and was informed by staff that they no longer do the procedure Brooks Ayers claimed to have had. In response, Shannon Beador, who was once a close friend of Gunvalson, said she was blown away, and Barney wondered if Brooks Ayers could really be lying about his illness.

Barney also said she felt like she was getting "played" by Brooks Ayers.

Then, after the episode aired, Andy Cohen's late night show was seen, and during the episode, Dubrow discussed the latest events surrounding Brooks Ayers' cancer and diagnosis. And as a separate Radar Online report on September 29 revealed, she also questioned Brooks Ayers' choices during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live.

"I will say that I'm married to a doctor … Shannon [Beador] goes to lots of doctors, Meghan [Edmonds] has been in the medical field... I mean, choosing Tamra was an odd choice, or a specific choice," Dubrow told Cohen of Brooks Ayers' decision to reveal his cancer documents to Barney.

Then, when Dubrow was asked if Brooks Ayers' doctor visit, in which he received an IV, proved his cancer to her, she explained, "The doctor was a general physician, he wasn't an oncologist. I think what the doctor said was, 'I have this scan and unless it's faked, you have [cancer.]"

During the scene in which Brooks Ayers finally revealed his medical records, Barney, who was the only housewife aside from Gunvalson to be presented with them, was left confused. As the Daily Mail Online explained, Barney simply didn't understand what she was reading in the pages provided to her.

Also during last night's episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Brooks Ayers revealed his cancer had gotten larger, and said it was the third time he's dealt with a health battle.

Brooks Ayers explained earlier in the season that he had decided to stop chemotherapy treatments in lieu of an alternative method. Since then, on Twitter, he has revealed he's been doing better. However, at this point, he still claims to be suffering from cancer, and continues to fight back against the deadly illness in Florida, where he moved after splitting from Gunvalson last month.

For more Brooks Ayers, tune into The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 10 on Monday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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