Cheers To That! 'RHOC' Stars Vicki Gunvalson & Brooks Ayers 'Very Pleased' With Outcome In Messy Lawsuit Over Failed Vodka Line -- 'Great To See Justice Done'

Vicki Gunvalson Vodka Lawsuit

Jul. 9 2015, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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The lawsuit brought against Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson and her boyfriend Brooks Ayers is almost over — and they couldn't be happier!

As previously reported, a Nevada judge recently dismissed the case against Ayers by Gunvalson's former Vicki's Vodka business partne. And now, a representative for Gunvalson tells Radar exclusively that the couple "are very pleased with the outcome."

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"Robert Williamson's claims against them were so frivolous and it is great to see justice done in this case," Gunvalson's representative tells Radar. "Brooks has been through a lot and he is really glad that he can finally move on from this."

As Radar previously reported, professional poker player Robert Williamson III sued Gunvalson in 2013 over claims she failed to promote the line.

The following month, he filed another suit against Ayers, alleging breach of contract, breach of convenient of good faith and fair dealing, misrepresentations, fraud, and omissions, unjust enrichment, civil conspiracy and promissory estoppel.

But according to court documents obtained by Radar, the judge decided that there was sufficient "evidence that he in no way breached the contract."

Gunvalson's suit is still pending, but sources close to her are confident that in light of the recent ruling, it is likely she will get off the hook as well.

Do you think that Vicki Gunvalson and Brooks Ayers should start a new company now that the case is almost over? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.


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