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Yolanda Confronts 'RHOBH' Ladies Who Say She's Faking Lyme Disease

olanda Foster Confronts Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Cast Regarding Allegations Faking Lyme Disease
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Nov. 6 2015, Published 7:03 a.m. ET

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Yolanda Foster got into a heated confrontation during Kyle Richards' RHOBH finale party, has learned, after the blonde beauty learned her pals were actually questioning the Lyme disease diagnosis.

As reported, the party was hosted at Richards' Coachella Valley vacation home and "Yolanda came with a mission to make a scene," an insider claimed. "She learned that the women had been questioning her Lyme disease diagnosis, with Lisa Rinna and Taylor Armstrong leading the charge. Taylor wasn't at the party but that didn't stop Yolanda from lighting into Lisa Rinna, Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle."

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"The ladies seemed to think Yolanda had become a hypochondriac, or was making herself sick from undergoing so many alternative treatments," the source explained. "Yolanda was very, very upset and did indeed yell at them."

As has reported, Brooks Ayers faced similar skepticism over his cancer diagnosis in the last season of RHOC.

But unlike Ayers, who has kept his cancer battle mainly off screen, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has been open about her illness as she checked in and out of hospitals and even travelled abroad in search of a cure over the past three years.

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In fact, with medical bills mounting Yolanda and her husband, David Foster, recently sold their Malibu mansion, and are temporarily living in a condo.

The insider said, "Yolanda is obviously very sensitive to anyone accusing her of faking the illness. These women aren't true friends and Yolanda wishes she had never done the show."



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