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Tamra Judge Explains Why She Believes Kelly Dodd Is A ‘Huge Liability’ For Bravo; Says “There’s No Limits With That Girl”

Tamra Judge recently appeared on David Yontef's podcast, Behind the Velvet Rope, where the former Real Housewives of Orange County star did not hold back when she was asked about her former co-star, Kelly Dodd.

“You know what? I don’t know. I follow some of the stuff that’s happened recently, and her comments on COVID are so insensitive,” said Judge, according to Us Weekly. “Even if she did think that way, you shouldn’t publicly say that because there are a lot of people that are missing their father and their grandfather and their uncle and their aunts and their mothers because they have passed away. It’s such an insensitive thing to say, especially with Andy [Cohen] having [had] coronavirus. You think you’d be a little bit smarter than that.”

Dodd faced backlash in April for controversially stating that the coronavirus pandemic was “God’s way of thinning the herd.” After apologizing for her comments, she came under fire - again - after claiming that “no one is dying” in Orange County from the disease as restaurants in the region began reopening. However, Judge explains why she believes that Bravo forced her to issues an apology over her insensitive comments.

“It’s bad I can't imagine Bravo is happy about that. I am sure PR for Bravo made her issue an apology, I’m sure Bravo made her do that,” Tamra said. “There is no way she did that on her own - no way.”

She continued, “It is mind-blowing to me she's the only Housewife in history that I know that's edited better than she is. They make her look better than she really is. The rest of us, if you do something they are gonna make it and drag it out and make it look worse than it is. But with her its the opposite. I feel she's a huge liability to the network.”

Judge also shared her experience working with Dodd on RHOC. She claimed that Dodd “puts s–t out there that’s not true” and that is “devastating” to one’s character.

“I know a lot of people watching will just take it with a grain of salt and just go, ‘Oh, it’s just TV.’ But then it’s heavy for us to deal with,” Judge said on Yontef’s podcast. “There’s just certain things that you just don’t do. Like, you don’t go after someone’s kids. You don’t go after someone’s livelihood. There’s no limits with that girl and it’s just really hard to [deal] with someone like that, because nobody on the show can be authentic because everybody’s afraid of her.”

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