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Tamra Intervenes In Son Ryan's Nasty Fight With Baby Mama Amid Eddie’s Health Crisis

The Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge is not standing for her son's bad behavior!

After revealing on Monday that her husband Eddie Judge was hospitalized for his fourth heart procedure in four months, Tamra, 50, was forced to intervene when her son Ryan Vieth slammed his ex-fiancée and baby mama Sarah Jane Rodriguez on social media, can exclusively report.

“Tamra and Ryan are very close, and she was very upset when she saw what had happened while she was away in Philadelphia with Shannon Beador,” a source close to Tamra told

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“Tamra is a very involved grandmother to Ava, and she cannot believe what is going on. Her main concern right now is the well-being of her granddaughter and her son.”

As was the first to report, the social media spat began when Ryan posted a photo on Instagram of his never-used wedding ring with the caption, “Anyone want to buy my old wedding ring, I have no need for this.”

Sarah then added fuel to the fire by reposting the photo, along with a caption that said, “I have been working my a** off to make things good for Ava. But this is not ok to publicly humiliate someone like this.”

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“Ryan wants to announce that he is looking for his next Instagram victim. As soon as he is done pretending he is something he is not and sucking you in, it will be too late. #beware,” she wrote about her baby daddy, who was arrested in 2015 on domestic violence charges that were later dropped.

After Ryan replied “sold” to a commenter who offered $5 for the ring, Sarah deleted the entire post.

According to the insider, Tamra might be the reason why.

“Tamra let them both know that it needed to stop. Ryan should have never started that fight, but Sarah isn’t that innocent, either!”

Do you think that Ryan Vieth was wrong for taking a dig at his ex? Sound off in the comments below.

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