Thursday, August 17, 2017

RHOC Newbie Peggy Sulahian Addresses Homophobic Accusations: “The Accusations Against Me Are False And My Actions Have Been Grossly Mischaracterized”

Peggy Sulahian is talking to her Bravo Blog to shut down recent allegations made by her gay brother Pol' Atteu and his friends, who accused The Real Housewives of Orange County newbie of being homophobic after she allegedly banned her brother and his partner Patrik Simpson from attending their father's funeral for being gay.

"As I deal with the loss of my father and my health battle, I am choosing to focus on my family and on my own recovery and not on personal attacks against me," she continued. "I will not further engage in a public exchange with anyone, but it must be stated that the accusations against me are false and my actions have been grossly mischaracterized."

She added: "Please know how much my family and I appreciate all of those who have stood by me and supported me. Your support is extremely appreciated, and my family and I are very grateful."

A few weeks back, Peggy addressed the accusations via Twitter. When Sulahian's religion was accused of being homophobic, Peggy replied: "I'm Christina. Armenians were the first to accept Christianity."


Then, Peggy addressed recent reports about her banning her brother from their father's funeral for being gay.


When many fans wanted more details surrounding the accusations of her being homophobic, Peggy responded: "These articles are far from being true. My family and I support love of all kind. Don't believe this crazy nonsense people create."


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