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Rumors are par for the course on Real Housewives — but could some of the women's husbands be hiding secrets this scandalous? Find out which guys have had their sexualities scrutinized in RadarOnline.com's gallery.
On the very sloppy last episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Kelly Dodd revealed that Vicki Gunvalson had told her Tamra Judge's husband, Eddie, was gay. A drunken Judge flipped out on camera, but later calmly addressed the rumors to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live. "Why is it that a hot guy can't be straight," she sighed. Her angry husband went on to call Gunvalson a "liar."
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams' ex-husband, Kordell Stewart, has faced gay rumors for nearly 20 years. While playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers, gossip spread that the quarterback had been arrested for hooking up with a "transvestite." "I knew they were wondering if I was gay or straight," he wrote in his new memoir, Truth.
Stewart vehemently denied the arrest and hookup, but skirted the gay question in his book. "To clarify, I have no issues with people's sexuality, gay or straight, and I wouldn't have a problem with having a gay teammate," he attempted to explain in his book. "To each their own."
Another gay husband rumor in Atlanta! According to All About The Tea, Williams' friend, Johnnie D, accused former cast member Kim Fields' husband, Christopher Morgan, of having an affair with a male hairstylist in Houston, Texas.
And, of course, the entire cast fought about the rumors first brought to light by Kenya Moore on the season eight reunion in April. "I was surprised that she lied so blatantly," Morgan seethed. "I dismissed whatever crap had come up like anyone does when someone says something about them that is so untrue."
Way back in 2009, former The Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin accused Alex McCord's husband Simon van Kempen of secretly having sex with men. "If I was gay, I would be gay, but I'm not!" van Kempen clapped back to Us Weekly.
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