The friends-turned-enemies battled again on social media when Gunvalson, 56, said Dodd, 43, is "changing her mind" about quitting the show following Gunvalson's accusations Dodd used cocaine.
"She has NO job or career," Gunvalson claimed.
The always outspoken Dodd immediately clapped back to the cutting comment.
"This makes me very sad," she wrote, slamming the insurance saleswoman's career. "I am college educated, you are not."
"I worked in advertising after I graduated from college for 10 yrs. Bought real estate by myself... Married a smart successful man with whom, I had a child with which is a great father to his daughter. Where is your kids' father? I invested in stocks and real estate and start-ups very early therefore, I don't have to work as an insurance broker selling insurance for minimal margins (your words)."
"You also told me you make more money on the show than you do selling insurance. I have made better choices in my life than you…I'm sorry if you're jealous, I just work smarter."
As Radar previously reported, the onetime best friends began fighting when Gunvalson admitted to setting Dodd's ex-husband up on a date after their divorce.
After making up, the fight exploded again when Gunvalson accused Dodd of using cocaine and being a bad mom to her 12-year-old daughter, Jolie. Dodd has vehemently denied the drug allegations, and insists she's a present mom.
Dodd insisted she would quit the show if Gunvalson wasn't fired, but a source told Radar both women are staying on for next season.
"Kelly got super upset in the heat of the moment," the source explained. "But the higher-ups are coaxing Kelly into staying because they need the drama for next season."
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