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The Other Woman? LeeAnne Locken Rips Cary Deuber For Breaking Up A Marriage On ‘RHOD’

May. 24 2016, Updated 5:52 p.m. ET

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Forget Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber is LeeAnne Locken’s new target! On this week’s The Real Housewives of Dallas, Locken slammed Deuber for stealing her husband away from his ex-wife.

During a charity event hosted by Tiffany Hendra, Deuber met Locken’s good friend Heidi.

“My first impression of Heidi… It was too much honey,” Deuber said in her confessional of Heidi’s over-the-top appearance. “Tone it down.”

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When Heidi revealed she has multiple professions, Deuber quipped, “You’re 60 and you can roll with it, that’s the best. Alright well I’m going to work on that girl.”

Locken was offended by Deuber's comment, as she said in her confessional, “I think Cary sometimes can’t distinguish between funny and insulting.”

But Deuber continued to take jabs at Heidi while at her dinner party, as she talked to another guest for 10 minutes before greeting the host and refused to eat Heidi’s Frito pie.

“Heidi made that chili herself from scratch and you’re going to look down your nose at it?” Locken said in her confessional, “Move over Gisele, there is a new supermodel in town.”

Hendra agreed, adding, “Carrie is being a snob, rude because that’s her defense mechanism.”

Heidi jabbed back at Deuber’s behavior by asking her to “give a demonstration on the corndog.”

“I don’t do corndogs down my throat,” an offended Deuber responded, as she added in her confessional “Deep throat a corndog? Way to make a guest feel completely uncomfortable.”

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Locken then revealed how Heidi and other women are not accepting of Deuber because there is a rumor she broke up a marriage.

“Heidi is friends with Mark’s ex wife and I think enough people are still friends with her and will never accept Cary because of how she and Mark got together,” Locken explained.

Although Deuber and her husband both left their spouses at the same time, she insisted throughout the episode that they didn’t cheat with each other while married.

“If LeAnne has a problem with me that’s her problem not my problem,” Deuber said. “I think LeeAnne is jealous I’ve been married three times and she can’t quite get there.”

Also on the episode, Redmond revealed her brother Michael, who served in the army, tried to commit suicide amid a battle with PTSD.

“He tried to overdose,” Redmond cried to her friend Stephanie Hollman. “He literally sat on the floor and cried over the holidays that there was no God. I got angry with him… I had no idea it was this bad. I just wish there was more I could do.”

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When Hollman told her friend to support and love him through his difficult time, she responded, “He expressed how low he felt when he was on tour and how it's hard when you’re struggling when there is no one there. I feel like I can compare myself to that. I’m always alone.”

Redmond was referring to her husband Bryan, who walked out on her when she explained how she feels alone because he works so much.

Later on in the episode, Bryan apologized for his behavior.

“I recognize it’s hard on you when I’m gone a lot and not able to be there,” he told his wife. “I know it’s hard and you feel so alone. I need to be better about finding time for you and I without the girls to rekindle the relationship.”

But Redmond wasn’t the only one who received an apology, as Locken made amends with Hollman after she threw a glass at her for sticking up for Redmond during a fight.

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“I can’t begin to tell you how bad I feel about how I spoke to you,” Locken told her. “When I lashed out at you, that came from a place of pain for me. It wasn’t a peaceful childhood. There are people I wouldn’t wish my childhood on because they wouldn’t survive it.”

Although Hollman accepted her apology, she didn’t buy it.

“LeeAnne is all about herself," she said. "She is the most self-absorbed, narcissistic person I’ve ever met. It’s beyond exhausting.”

The Real Housewives of Dallas airs Mondays at 10/9c on Bravo.

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