The cast of Real Housewives of Orange County needs a timeout! RadarOnline.com has learned that the cast has gotten so NASTY towards each other in recent weeks that production staff fired off a shocking letter to all of them, commanding their social media silence!
RadarOnline.com exclusively obtained a copy of that letter, which lays down the law.
It reads, in part, "...the social media viciousness has gone too far and you need to cool it. Specifically we’re asking you to stop attacking each other. The network is upset and so are we in production."
"The constant, ugly fighting is a bad look for you, and bad for the show," it reads. "You may not like each other, may not trust each other and often wish you weren’t on the show together – but taking shots at each other on social media isn’t the answer. Save it for the show… for the reunion… and please stop fighting so dirty."
The letter begged the ladies to stop "negative mentions about the other cast members," and urged the ladies to focus on their own lives and projects instead.
We’re asking you to stop any negative mentions about the other cast members on social media. Talk about your lives, your kids, your grandchildren, your jobs, products…. Or whatever…. But please stop aggressively hitting each other below the belt.”
So what started it?
The back-and-forth social media war between this season’s cast members – Vicki Gunvalson, 54, Shannon Beador, 52, Tamra Judge, 49, Heather Dubrow, 47, Meghan King-Edmonds, 32, and – has gotten way out of hand lately, with team Gunvalson and Dodd up against team Beador, Judge and Dubrow.
After being called the C-word recently by Dodd Gunvalson got her sweet revenge on Beador during last night’s episode when she hinted that Bedor’s cheating husband David was happier with the mistress than he was with her!
But, as fans know, Shannon does not take well to people discussing David’s affair – especially if it’s the other cast mates.
“The letter was sent a direct result of Shannon complaining to the network about what was happening on social media,” the network insider told RadarOnline.com.
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