LeeAnne Locken was one of the memorable housewives on the first season of The Real Housewives of Dallas last year. While each housewife had a memorable storyline that included shattered friendships, marital problems, trust issues, and busy careers, LeeAnne shocked everyone with her lack of control over her feelings. As it turns out, Locken clearly had some anger issues, and she completely flipped out on her co-stars.
During one argument during a night away, LeeAnne Locken threatened to kill one of the ladies, and sadly, the wife took it very seriously. Locken revealed that she would never actually kill someone, but given her anger issues, it was hard to believe her. This turned off some of the viewers, who felt that she was being too desperate for the show and was too eager to be a famous housewife.
According to a new tweet, LeeAnne Locken revealed that people are still writing to her about her behavior during the show’s first season. Bravo has filmed The Real Housewives of Dallas Season 2, and the network has revealed that the show is returning. Although they have yet to confirm the cast or the return date, LeeAnne has teased the return of the show several times.
The part about being on the show that can be difficult. To each- his/her/shadow own opinion! But you know what that say about OPINIONS ???????????????? pic.twitter.com/a8xN8om78N— LeeAnne Locken (@LeeAnneLocken) June 14, 2017
On Twitter, LeeAnne Locken keeps defending herself as people reach out to her about her behavior. Last year, her good friend Tiffany Hendra announced that she would not be returning to The Real Housewives of Dallas. Tiffany admitted that she had seen sides of LeeAnne that she didn’t know existed, but it sounds like they have remained friends.
As for her co-stars, LeeAnne Locken may need to apologize for her threats and her aggressive behavior if she wants to remain close to them. It can be hard to film with women who don’t want anything to do with her. However, Locken has teased that this upcoming season will be very dramatic.
What do you think of LeeAnne Locken’s tweet defending herself? Do you think she has every right to defend herself and her behavior, given she’s on a national television show? Or do you think she took things too far when she was filming and should be recast by someone else?
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