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Lisa Oldfield Is Feuding With Her Real Housewives Of Sydney Co-Star Victoria Rees — Find Out Why!

Filming hasn't even begun yet on The Real Housewives of Sydney and drama is already kicking off between two cast members. The very outspoken Lisa Oldfield recently threw her co-star under the bus and pretty much threw a few major digs towards her co-star Victoria Rees.

 "She's already slagging off at me," Oldfield told New Idea Magazine. "Apparently I'm annoying. I'll give her annoying! I'm going to pull that ponytail so tight that it will be like another facelift for her!"

However, Rees fired back at the 41-year old politician wife. Branding Lisa as 'the troublemaker' out of the cast, Victoria had a few shady things to say about Oldfield. "It's unbelievable. She's 41 - she doesn't look so good for 41!"

Rees is not the only housewife that Lisa is feuding with. Last month, Oldfield got into a feud with Gamble Breaux from The Real Housewives of Melbourne, after Oldfield slammed the Melbourne cast, saying: "I wouldn’t compare myself to any of those girls. The benchmark is so low. The best thing that came out of Melbourne is probably Underbelly so really we are starting very low," she told Pedestrian TV.

Oldfield's comments caused an enraged Gamble to fire back via Facebook writing the following: "Anne Winters wannabe can eat my p***y lips! Good luck riding off our ratings you stupid old cow. Blood sucking ticks like you wouldn't survive in Melbourne."

She added: "I have a better looking mop at home that I clean my floor with."

Gamble also claimed that she'd 'never heard' of Mrs. Oldfield, causing Lisa to hit back.

"I'm not surprised she hasn't heard of me. I made my name in the boardroom, she made hers in the bedroom," the wife of One-Nation founder David Oldfield told the Daily Telegraph. "This is just a desperate grab to remain relevant."

I have a feeling that Lisa Oldfield will be getting the villain edit of the upcoming series.

The Real Housewives of Sydney will begin shooting in September and is set to premiere sometime in 2017. The series will be produced by the same production company behind The Real Housewives of Melbourne and The Real Housewives of Auckland, Matchbox Pictures.

Oldfield and Rees will be joined by Melissa Tkautz, Athena Levendi, Nicole Gazal O’Neil, Matty Samaei and Krissy Marsh.

The Real Housewives of Melbourne Season 3 is currently airing Friday nights at 9pm on Bravo. While the first season of RHOMelbourne is set to premiere for the first time in Canada on Tuesday, August 30 at 9pm ET on Slice. For more #RealHousewives international TV Listings click here!

Source/Photo Credit: The Daily Mail