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'RHOC' Star Tamra Barney's Family Shame — Future Daughter-In-Law's Closet Is Full Of Hidden Skeletons!

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Jul. 10 2014, Published 4:29 p.m. ET

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As if Tamra Barney Judge doesn't have enough drama in her life already.

The Real Housewives of Orange County star is gearing up for her son Ryan Vieth's impending wedding to fiancée Sarah Rodriguez but her future daughter-in-law's closet is full of enough skeletons for her own spin-off show!

According to a new report from The National ENQUIRER, the 31-year-old's father was a convicted felon who committed suicide, she has a restraining order against the father of her youngest child, and he claimed she's been hospitalized herself in the past for attempting suicide.

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"This woman has a lot of skeletons in her closet," a source told The ENQUIRER.

"Tamra would be mortified if she knew all the gritty details, and her TV co-stars would love to know all about them!"

Rodriguez's father Dennis was arrested in 2012 for embezzlement, burglary and theft of a firearm and then shot another man leaving him for dead in 2013 before taking his own life.

In 2010 Rodriguez filed for a restraining order against the father of her youngest daughter, Alejandro Bouchez, but he claimed in court documents that she was "periodically volatile and suicidal" and was hospitalized "on at least one or two occasions for attempted suicide."

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Tamra also tried to take her own life in her 20s by overdosing on prescription pills, admitting that "my mom found me. They admitted me into a mental hospital."

"It's positively eerie how many similarities there are between Tamra and Sarah," the source said.

"They've both led tumultuous lives, and Sarah's secrets would make a scandalous episode of the Real Housewives of Orange County!"

To find out what else Tamra and Sarah have in common, pick up the latest issue of The National ENQUIRER, on newsstands everywhere Thursday.



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