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Kelly Busted Sending 'Vile' Texts To Ex's Son Despite Defending Behavior Around Kids

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Source: Bravo

Aug. 31 2016, Published 9:45 a.m. ET

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Kelly Dodd vowed on The Real Housewives of Orange County that she has never been "inappropriate" in front of children, but a past restraining order filing claims otherwise! Dodd was once accused of sending "vile" text messages to her ex-fiancé's 12-year-old son.

On this week's episode, Heather Dubrow feared having Dodd around her children because of her "screaming and vulgarity" during a fight with Shannon Beador at dinner.

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Dodd broke down in tears when she heard of Dubrow's concerns.

"I know that I have a problem with my anger, but I'm a mom and I'm a damn good mom and I've never been inappropriate around children, ever," Dodd said.

But "inappropriate" is exactly the word used by the estranged wife of Dodd's ex-fiancé in a 2014 restraining order filing.

According to the filing exclusively obtained by RadarOnline, Caldwell explained how Dodd sent "vile and inappropriate" text messages to her 12-year-old son.

"Tell your Dad and your mom to stop texting me," one of the alleged texts read. "I will never go back to him ever… he tried to kill me! And everyone witnessed it! Tell him to leave me alone his texts are pathetic!"

But Dodd denied the claims.

"I have no intention or desire to have any contact in writing or in person with Dana Caldwell and or her son. I have never made any threats or cause any physical harm to either Dana or her son.

The case was dismissed on February 18, 2014.

Do you think Dubrow should be worried? Is Dodd lying? Sound off in the comments!

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