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Vicki Gunvalson: Behind Lauri Peterson’s Closed Doors, ‘There Is A Lot Of Bad Stuff Going On’

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The gloves are off for Vicki Gunvalson when it comes to Lauri Peterson, who she calls “very manipulative, condescending, and downright mean,” adding that behind the Peterson family doors, “there is a lot of bad stuff going on.”

Vicki’s vicious side unfurls itself in a new Bravo blog, ripping her Real Housewives colleague after last week’s episode.

As you’ll recall, Lauri humiliated Vicki during a group get-together for Tamra Barney‘s wedding dress fitting by dropping the bomb that Vicki’s former beau, businessman Brooks Ayers, had a side fling with a 21-year-old porn star.

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“It’s wrong, filled with lies, unjustifiable, and just plain mean what Lauri has been saying about me,” Vicki said in the blog, noting that Lauri HAD to resort to an attention-grabbing, salacious revelation to get any airtime whatsoever. “It is very strange to have her appear. She sure couldn’t appear as BORING LAURI as obviously that wouldn’t be fun to watch now would it. Hence — her motive.

“She obviously wanted to try and break me by saying what she did about Brooks in front of everyone the way that she did. If she really was a class act and really had compassion, she would have taken me aside, one-on-one and told me what she heard.”

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Vicki said after she spoke with Brooks, he clarified what happened, and she’s chosen to believe him.

“In closing I hope all of you had a great Fourth of July weekend,” she wrote. “I’m praying for the survivors and those that perished in the San Francisco plane crash. It makes me realize in times like this when there is a tragedy, that some of these catty girl fights just don’t matter anymore.”

The Real Housewives of Orange County airs on Bravo Monday at 9/8c.

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