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'RHOC' Crisis! Kelly Demands Vicki Be Fired Like Phaedra For Spreading Drug Rumor

Nov. 26 2018, Updated 11:03 p.m. ET

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Kelly Dodd is holding Vicki Gunvalson to the same standards as fired former The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks when it comes to spreading disturbing drug rumors, has exclusively learned.

Nearly a month after The Real Housewives of Orange County three-part reunion was filmed, Dodd, 43, is demanding that the 56-year-old O.G. from the O.C. be fired for accusing her of doing cocaine on national TV.

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"This is a nightmare for producers, because Kelly is very important to the show and has a such a large fan base," an RHOC insider told Radar.

"They are hoping to fix this and have the two ladies mediate, but Kelly has made up her mind: Vicki goes or she walks."

"Kelly believes if Phaedra was fired, then Vicki should be, too."

As Radar reported, Parks, 44, was axed last year after she was caught lying about Kandi Burruss attempting to rape and drug their co-star, Porsha Williams.

The entire debacle turned into an all-out war when the ladies came face-to-face in a four-part RHOA reunion.

After all was said and done, Parks was fired over the fact that she was the source of the drug rumor, mirroring the current situation fanning the flames of tension between Gunvalson and Dodd.

On last night's drama-packed reunion episode, Gunvalson tried to blame the situation on Dodd's ex-husband, Michael, 59, telling the entire cast that he was the one who started the rumor.

Following the pair's explosive fight, Dodd phoned her ex, who denied ever saying anything to Gunvalson.

In addition to accusing her former friend of doing drugs, Gunvalson also said she never spends time with her young daughter Jolie, which Dodd vehemently denied.

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