'Hammered' Kelly Dodd Calls Shannon Beador 'F**king Ugly' During EXPLOSIVE Fight

Kelly Dodd isn't making many friends in the O.C.! On this week's The Real Housewives of Orange County, the new housewife slammed her co-star Shannon Beador during a booze-filled party.

During Beador's 1970s-themed bash, a guest brought up Dodd's ex-boyfriend in front of her husband Michael.

"That was a b***h move," Dodd said of Beador's friend.

After Dodd downed jello shots, Beador became the victim of her tirade by saying Shannon looked like Mrs. Roper from the show Three's Company.

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"Bye bye, leave my party right now," Beador responded to the dig, as Dodd fired back, "It's the worst party I've ever been to!"

When Beador accused her of being "f**king hammered," Dodd fired back, "You are so f**king dumb… You're disguising. I would not be friends with you because you're so f**king ugly."

But before Dodd left, she delivered the biggest blow of all.

"No wonder you cheated on your wife," Dodd told David Beador.

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But the outburst doesn't come as a surprise, as exclusively reported Dodd has a history of explosive altercations.

The mother-of-one's then-estranged husband Michael filed a restraining order against Dodd in July 2014 after a domestic violence arrest.

The protective order was terminated on February 2015 and Dodd was forced to complete 10 alcoholics anonymous meetings and six months of therapy.

In January 2014, Dodd was hit with another restraining order when her ex-boyfriend's estranged wife sent her "inappropriate messages." The order was later dismissed.

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