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Cary Deuber Insists LeeAnne Locken Is Not Racist And Opens Up About Her ‘Crazy’ And ‘Tragic’ Feud With D’Andra Simmons; Calls Her A ‘Psychopath,’ ‘Nutty,’ And ‘Unstable’

Cary Deuber recently appeared on David Yontef's podcast, Behind the Velvet Rope. The former Real Housewives of Dallas star opened up about her feud with co-star D'Andra Simmons and reveals that the two had a fallout that didn't make the cut last season.

“She lost her mind. She went crazy on me this past season... you didn't see it. Cause it was just so tragic,” she said. “They couldn't put it on the show. She, I don't know.”

“You know, I've been friends with her before the show, but like I kind of, so we were friends, so kind of the breakdown we were friends.”

“And then at one point I kind of realized that she was a psychopath like that she was nutty and like, just unstable.”

Cary also came to LeeAnne Locken's defense and insisted that she is not racist despite the ‘chirpy Mexican’ comment.

“No. I think that she said some bad s**t she shouldn't have said. That’s what she does. Does she look at someone and because they're a certain, you know, whatever, think that bad of them,” she said on David Yontef's podcast, Behind the Velvet Rope.

“No, I don't, I don't, I don't believe that about her. I know her and she has, I don't know. That's not her, but I, I, I know her and she's got a mouth on her and she will go f**king nuts on you.”

She added, “And if you push her and that's what happened, you know, I don't think she's racist.”

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