Vicki Gunvalson’s Bad Behavior On ‘RHOC’ Set Exposed: Is She Violent?

Vicki Gunvalson decided to sit down for an interview for the Real Housewives of Orange County special, which was an uncensored episode for the eighth season of the show. Even though the ladies are gearing up for the Season 11 premiere, plenty of drama happened during the season’s eighth season, which has yet to be resolved.

As such, producers thought it would be good to get all of the housewives to sit down to discuss the drama that played out and get some honest reactions. While Gunvalson didn’t say anything too damaging, a producer revealed that Vicki has quite the temper, which can get her into trouble.

According to a new tweet, Vicki Gunvalson is now responding to some of the tweets she received after a producer revealed that Vicki had pushed him up against a wall. During the season in question, Lauri Peterson had returned to The Real Housewives of Orange County, and she dropped a hint that Vicki may have engaged in a threesome with two other people. At least she said that she had walked in on Vicki and two other people in bed together.

When Gunvalson learned of this story, she was furious. She felt that Lauri was just returning to the show to spread lies and get back at Vicki. So, she decided to push an executive producer up against a wall and threaten him. She didn’t want this footage aired. But he calmed her down, telling her to share her side of the story.

“Pushing producers into wall? No wonder Don ran!” one person pointed out after watching the episode, where Vicki Gunvalson’s violent behavior was exposed, to which Gunvalson replied, “Someone is crabby. Cheer up and smile!”

But the fan wasn’t pleased with her reply, adding, “I am. Seeing your true character being outed on National TV #RHOC. R u going to claim cancer next?”

Of course, Vicki may like to be in control of what is aired on The Real Housewives of Orange County. Many of her co-stars on the show have said that she treats the producers like garbage on set, telling them what to do and when to do it. And fans were not pleased when they learned that she had also been violent with a producer on The Real Housewives of Orange County for the way her past was being exposed during the season.

Gunvalson does use the show to market her business and launch other business ventures, so it makes sense that she wants to protect her business and her name. But pushing a producer doesn’t seem to be the way to do it.

“Vicki is a C u next Tuesday to those producers. Not surprised,” another person tweeted to Vicki, to which Gunvalson wrote back, “Because calling someone a derogatory name is any better? #ByeFelicia.”

It’s no secret that Vicki is the longest-standing housewife, as she has filmed a total of 11 seasons for the show, which includes the season that’s set to premiere on Bravo on June 20. Vicki has been very vocal about The Real Housewives of Orange County being “her show” and that all new housewives have to go through her first, so one can imagine how frustrated she becomes when things don’t go her way. And this is exactly what happened when Lauri returned to the show and decided to spread rumors about Gunvalson’s sex life.

But it sounds like Gunvalson has the legal contracts on her side when it comes to Brooks Ayers. While he could probably ruin her reputation, he isn’t legally allowed to say much about the show or about Gunvalson. According to the Daily Mail, Brooks can’t say much about Gunvalson in his upcoming tell-all book.

What do you think of Vicki Gunvalson’s decision to push a producer? Do you think Gunvalson makes the show a success?

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