'Real Housewives' Brooks Ayers Throws Vicki's Daughter Under The Bus As Having 'Daddy Issues'

Gosh, the guy accused of lying about having cancer just won't go away from Real Housewives of Orange County. Brooks Ayers said he was "too busy with work" to appear on the #RHOC reunion show, but found the time to fly to Los Angeles to do a paid interview, which airs tomorrow night with E!. No word on whether or not he is splitting the money with his co-conspirator Vicki Gunvalson. A big part of the interview will be things he learned about Gunvalson's daughter, Briana Culbertson, in therapy. He will now share that information with the world.

According to the Inquisitr, on the RHOC reunion, Gunvalson finally admits that she lied during the season of the show. But rather than being apologetic, she continued to blame others for how and why she lied. At the point that she realized that her boyfriend, Ayers, was dishonest, she continued covering for him, upsetting her daughter and friends. She seemed more concerned with keeping a man who didn't pay child support and who hired prostitutes than maintaining healthy relationships.

It seems that E! is giving Brooks Ayers a forum for his versions of the truth, according to People Magazine. He was saying that despite having alleged he has cancer, it was an incredible relief to break it off with Vicki Gunvalson of Real Housewives.

"We began seeing, of all things, a reality TV couple's counselor," Ayers said in a sneak peek of the sit-down. "We made the decision that we probably weren't going to be for forever. … It was like the piano was lifted off of my back, if you will."

Seeing as he was also being paid to be on Real Housewives, he still wanted to get away, despite a loss of income. But Ayers' main complaints are about Gunvalson's daughter Briana, who sadly for Ayers, is a nurse, and smelled a rat long before all of the questions came to light.

"I think that Briana had some significant issues as a child growing up, some quote unquote 'daddy issues,' and that's become quite evident through a lot of things that transpired."
Eonline reports that the interview will air tomorrow night at 7 p.m., and Ayers will discuss the reasons he thinks the relationship hit a dead end, and none of the reasons were him, or his alleged cancer.
"I said, 'Listen, we need some third-party help. I'm not gonna be influenced by you,'" he told us. "So we began seeing, of all things, a reality TV couples counselor."
At Heavy, Brooks Ayers also discussed his interview with Andy Cohen, executive producer of Real Housewives. He reportedly told Cohen that Briana Culbertson is a s**t stirrer, a liar, and a manipulator, which sounds more like the Vicki Gunvalson fans saw this season than Briana. Tamra Judge came to Briana's defense, and the defense of the other women who have been accused of everything and anything by Ayers and Gunvalson.
"As far as I am concerned I am not the backstabber or the bad friend Vicki, YOU ARE! There is nothing worse than covering for a man that is lying about something as serious as cancer and especially to the extent it was taken too."
Gunvalson has also been telling the press that she is leaving RHOC and getting her own show, but it's hard to imagine a show about a woman with no friends would be very interesting.

Will you be watching Real Housewives reunion tonight? What are you expecting?

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