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Headed For Divorce? Shannon & David Beador Trapped In ‘Miserable’ Marriage

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Real Housewives of Orange County star Shannon Beador and her longtime hubby David may be headed for a nasty split, as has exclusively learned that they are trapped in a failing marriage.

Shannon, who spoke about her extreme weight gain recently, "is just not happy with herself," an RHOC insider said. "She is miserable, and David is miserable."

“But it really is such a shame because Shannon has been doing all of this work on her appearance in hopes that David will be attracted to her again. But he hasn’t been for a long time.”

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In 2015, David admitted an eight-month affair with a president of an Orange County tech-firm, Nicole McMackin.

After Shannon coped with the affair last season, co-star Vicki Gunvalson brought it all back to the forefront when she made abuse claims against David, which the couple vehemently denied. And, as fans know, Shannon is blaming the change in her size on Gunvalson, 55!

“Last year after the island trip, I knew an allegation was put out there about my husband. That stress caused me to eat more, caused me to drink more and is a huge part of why I gained my weight,” Shannon said on the premiere.

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“David and I were in such a great place last year. He surprised me with a vow renewal. For my husband to be distant with me after that is pretty devastating.”

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