Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Gamble Breaux Slams Body Shamers For Calling Her Too Thin And Claims Venus Behbahani-Clark Was The One Who Told Pettifleur Berenger That She Met Her Husband On Sugardaddy Dot Com!

Gamble Breaux has revealed a shocking claim. The Real Housewives of Melbourne star says that her nemesis and co-star Venus Behbahani-Clark was the one who told Pettifleur Berenger that shehad met her husband Rick Wolfe on sugardaddy.com.

"Well, here's the real story. Pettifleur [Berenger, former Real Housewives of Melbourne star] called me and told me Venus went over to her place and said, "Gamble met her husband on sugardaddy.com," she told NW Magazine.

"And I went ballistic, thinking, "I'm gonna sue your ass" because I met my husband on eHarmony! Looking for love is different from looking for old man d**k!"

Breaux feels like .

"Absolutely. And then she teamed up with Gina, the woman who officiated my marriage. It took me a long time to find a decent guy. I was 39 when I met Rick," Breaux said when asked if she felt like Behbahani-Clark came in to the show 'gunning' for her. "We had a break, I moved away, and then we brought our relationship back from the ashes."

Gamble then fires back at her co-stars for body shamming her, calling her too skinny. "You know, I've only lost about four or five kilos," says Gamble. "If I put the weight back on, I have no doubt the ladies will stop hassling me… but either way there's a line that shouldn't be crossed."

"I don't have an eating disorder. I can't stand the thought of throwing up – putting my fingers down my throat was never going to work! I'm just drinking less these days," she explained. "I still drink, just not as much as I used to. I drink Coronas now – I gave up wine!"

"The problem is people see you at a certain weight, and if you lose it, they tend to get worried and then you're like, "S**t, I've got to eat! Gina honestly believes I'm not at a healthy weight, but the point is she has been unwell in the past and she's susceptible to not just eight different types of cancer, but 10 if you're overweight!," she continues.

Gamble explains why she finds the topic surrounding her weight "irritating."

"I'm healthy. You can go to a government website, put in my height and weight and it will tell you that! Your family and friends may try to keep you at the same weight but it's not always the right weight! You know, I might live longer than you!"

"Yeah. People say my teeth are brittle, but what are they implying by that? It's pretty sad," she told NW Magazine. "People like to comment about my weight and body and I find it really irritating because I would have loved to have had a baby, but you know... I was a much bigger girl when I was 20, so I decided to stop eating cakes!"

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