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Divorce Drama: 'RHOC’ Star Vicki Gunvalson Ordered To Pay $95,000 For Withdrawing Cash From Ex Hubby’s Bank Account!

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Jul. 8 2014, Published 7:54 a.m. ET

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Vicki Gunvalson may have settled her divorce with ex Don in January— but like anything involving The Real Housewives of Orange County, the drama never ends. has exclusively learned the reality star, 52, was ordered to pay a whopping $95,735 for an “inadvertent or mistaken” withdrawal from a bank account awarded to ex Donn in the divorce, California court papers state.

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But in good news for the Bravolebrity, insurance agent and entrepreneur, she’ll never have to pay her former husband a dime in alimony.

“The parties now stipulate and agree that each party shall waive now and forever the right to receive spousal support from the other party,” read the June 16 documents, which are part of an amendment to their previous divorce settlement.

According to the amendment, Donn is also entitled to a double-wide mobile home located at an Arizona resort.


Lastly, the court documents state that Vicki is solely responsible for any judgment in an ongoing federal lawsuit involving her former vodka company, Vicki’s Vodka.

The star “will pay, assume indemnify, defend and hold respondent harmless from any and all liabilities associated with said lawsuit,” the papers say.

As previously reported. Vicki previously gave Donn a huge financial reward in their bitter divorce. The couple originally split in 2010.



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