Brooks Ayers continues to claim that he has cancer, even though The Real Housewives of Orange County has come to an end. Brooks told Andy Cohen after their interview in New York that he wouldn’t be seeing him again, because he wanted nothing to do with the franchise anymore. Brooks had broken up with Vicki and he was ready to move on. And yet, Ayers continues to do interviews about his illness.
When Brooks Ayers sat down with E! News correspondent Melanie Bromley, Ayers handed her a medical bill that outlined everything he had gone through. This was him attempt at proving that he did, indeed, have cancer. Many have asked Ayers for his medical records to see if he does indeed have cancer, but he has kept those records to himself. Now, he is sharing a medical bill, but that bill is now being heavily criticized.
According to a new Radar Online report, Brooks Ayers may have faked his medical bill by finding a picture on Google Images and printing it as his own. Many internet gurus went on the hunt to see if Brooks could have possibly found a medical bill online and passed it on to Melanie as his own.
“These are the three bills that reference the days I got my treatment,” Ayers told Melanie during the interview when he gave her the medical bills, adding, “I’m not going to say I’m in remission. That’s not going to be the case until my numbers have normalized and that’s the word that was used to me.”
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Two websites, including All Things Real Housewives and Reality Tea, the medical bill from City of Hope is identical to another bill found online. In fact, the paperwork looks the same — line by line — even though Ayers’ bill is dated for January, 2015. The charges are the exact same on Ayers’ medical bill as the bill found online. The image shows up when users search “chemotherapy bill.” If Brooks did indeed fake the bill, he didn’t make much of an effort to get a fake copy.
Brooks Ayers has yet to comment on the accusations that he faked the medical document that he presented during an interview. Plus, he has tried to pass the blame on to Vicki Gunvalson. He didn’t expect that he would get such a backlash for sharing his story, and he is now blaming Vicki for how things have turned out.
“She said no, she didn’t feel like she’s been duped and secondly, she does now believe that I have cancer,” Brooks revealed, telling the world that they would have to ask Vicki as to why she changed her mind about him, adding, “You have to ask her. I don’t know why. I don’t know why somebody would change their mind as many times as she does.”
Many Real Housewives of Orange County viewers have been very critical of Brooks Ayers, including all of his stories he has told. He has been caught in several compromising situations, and this medical bill is just another controversy. According to Bravo, Ayers also revealed that he had gone down a stage in his cancer journey — something that doctors say that they don’t do. He is now revealing that he misspoke, but it is yet another questionable action.
“I totally misspoke. I was trying to communicate that my numbers were improving, as a layperson trying to communicate, and I’m not a physician,” Ayers revealed during the same interview with Melanie, adding, “As soon as that interview aired, one of my PAs from a doctor’s office said, ‘Brooks, we never told you it went from stage 3 to stage 2. It doesn’t decline in stage.’ So I totally misspoke about that.”
What do you think of Brooks Ayers’ medical bill drama? Do you think he faked his medical bill by going online to get a fake copy?
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