Tamra Judge Breaks Down On 'WWHL' Over Broken Relationship With Daughter Sidney: 'It's Still A Struggle'

WWHL Tamra Judge Custody Battle Daughter Sydney

Jul. 14 2015, Published 9:20 a.m. ET

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She may be a new grandma, but Tamra Judge was more concerned about her children when she stopped by Watch What Happens Live on Monday.

The Real Housewives of Orange County star became emotional as she updated Andy Cohen on her current relationship with teenage daughter, Sidney.

"My oldest daughter met Ava her new granddaughter for the first time last week," she reluctantly shares before commenting on her custody battle with ex husband Simon Barney.

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"It's not good. Last year when I was filming, I was accused of abusing my kids, not feeding my kids, not bathing my kids and that was all false. I mean, I was called 'monster' mom on tabloids," she scoffed before adding, "And we went it and it got thrown out at court, it was all a lie."

"It's hard to recover," she tells Andy. "It's hard to forgive somebody for that."

But when it comes to daughter Sidney, Tamra believes the 16-year-old got trapped in the line of fire of her divorce.

"My daughter has chosen to live with Simon because she got caught up in the middle of the custody battle. It's a bad case of parental alienation."

Then, getting emotional, she added: "It's hard and it's still a struggle and I love her more than anything."

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Luckily, Andy consoles Tamra warmly before moving on with the interview.

Do you think Tamra will patch up her relationship with daughter Sidney? Let us know in the comments below!


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