Vicki Gunvalson has reportedly tested positive for Coronavirus.
A source tells Daily Mail, the 59-year-old Real Housewives of Orange County album received a positive test, but she seems to be in denial.
Speaking to the outlet over the phone, Gunvalson allegedly tried to pull her sickness off as an "unknown cold."
"You're not writing a story about an unknown cold I have," she allegedly said over the phone. My medical information is not public. Whatever happened to privacy? Do you want your medical records all over the internet?"
Gunvalson's alleged Covid-19 contraction comes just weeks after her son, Mike Wolfsmith, put his mom on blast for being an anti-vaxxer.
"I have underlying issues, I cannot get the vaccine. I've got blood clots, I have a health exemption," she reportedly told Daily Mail.
Last month, Mike took to Instagram to show his followers he got the vaccine.
When someone commented on his post by asking, "What does your mom think about you getting the vaccine? I’ve heard she’s an anti-vaxxer," Mike didn't hold back.
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“She said ‘it broke her heart’ lol," he responded. Mike continued to unleash on his mom's anti-vax stance after another commenter suggested she was “smart” for her view on the matter.
“No, she has terrible sources of information," he wrote back, adding her stance was "Guns, American flags, and invisible sky fairies."
Gunvalson isn't the only one in her household who is an anti-vaxxer.
Her fiancé Steve Lodge unloaded on Lisa Vanderpump after the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star announced TomTom, her bar and restaurant in West Hollywood, would require patrons to show proof of vaccine or provide a negative test for entry.
Mirroring Gunvalson's stance, Lodge asked, "Whatever happened to the right of privacy of your health records?"
"I guess someone forgot to tell them that vaccinated people can also spread and get COVID," he added."
Gunvalson's anti-vax stance isn't the only reason she's been in the headlines lately.