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Peggy Sulahian Fires Back At Tamra Judge For Saying “Anyone You Have To Subtitle Should Not Be On” RHOC!

Peggy Sulahian is firing back at Tamra Judge for saying that she shouldn't have been cast on The Real Housewives of Orange County. The former reality star released a statement following Judge’s comments.

“It certainly does take a ‘certain’ personality to provoke discord. As an immigrant to this country, I learned the language, graduated university, raised a family, and have contributed to my community,” she told Reality Blurb.

“I don’t believe her inability to understand me has anything to do with my accent, which I am proud of. Tamra, if you have a problem, pick up your phone and call me. Let’s discuss,” she added.

Last month, Tamra appeared on David Yontef’s podcast, Behind the Velvet Rope, where she slammed production over their past casting choices, where she mentioned Sulahian.

“Anyone you have to subtitle should not be on the show. That’s what I feel,” Tamra said when she was asked about former castmate Peggy. “If you can’t understand what they’re saying, that’s difficult. I think she was nice, but I just don’t think she was good TV. It does not mean you’re a horrible person, it just takes a certain personality.”

Peggy appeared on the show's twelfth season. She was born in Kuwait to Armenian parents and left the series in 2018 after just one season.

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