Thursday, October 17, 2019

Tamra Judge Says She Would ‘Absolutely’ Quit RHOC For Her Estranged Daughter Sidney Barney!

This week, Tamra Judge appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen where she revealed that she would remove herself from The Real Housewives of Orange County if it meant she could repair her relationship with her daughter Sidney Barney.

“If your daughter asked you to quit the show to have a relationship with her would you do it?” Cohen asked Judge.

Without hesitation, she responded, “Yes. Yeah, absolutely.”

If you recall, Judge and and her eldest daughter's relationship changed when Judge split from husband Simon Barney in 2011. Sidney ended up moving in with her father shortly after Judge divorced Simon and got married with her now-husband Eddie Judge.

However, the drama between the mother/daughter duo exploded in the summer of 2017 when Sidney went on a long rant about Tamra on Facebook. Sidney expressed her disinterest in the Bravo reality show and set the record straight on the status of their relationship.

Sidney revealed in her post that she chose to leave because she “realized what [Tamra] was doing along with other things that were toxic,” calling Judge “the true parent alienator.”

“I want to start by clearing some things up as my mother continues to talk about me despite me requesting her to stop speaking of me publically [sic] as I don’t want to be associated with her or the show,” Sidney began her post.

“The reasons I left my mother's house are that she was neglectful (leaving us at home with no food or simply ignoring us entirely), she constantly put herself first and the biggest reason was that she was mentally and emotionally abusive. She was no mother to me,” Sidney detailed.

One specific account that made Sidney want to separate herself from her mother was regarding photos taken during her high school graduation, which Judge shared on her Instagram account, reports PEOPLE.

“[My father] forced me to let [Tamra] come to my graduation because it was a milestone. When I told my mother that she could come I gave her a few conditions. All I asked was that she remains cordial with my father and my stepmom and to not post anything about my graduation, anywhere,” Sidney recalled.

“Not even two weeks after I graduated she posted a photo of me and shared it with her one million followers knowing that it would get picked up by the press. The one thing I asked and have been asking for 4 years now has been to not talk about me because I don’t want to be in the spotlight,” the teenager continued. “But Again breaking her promises as per usual, she puts herself, her fame, her reputation, and her bank account before me. If she really wanted a relationship she would keep her promises and recognize that it is no one elses fault but hers that I do not want her in my life.”

Photo Credit: Getty/Google Images, Bravo

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