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Tamra Judge And Kelly Dodd Reignite Feud, Tamra Threatens Legal Action After Kelly Disses Her Business!

Tamra Judge slammed Kelly Dodd over the comments she made about Braunwyn Windham-Burke's sobriety.

“Who believes anything she says!!!!! Coming from the same person that’s mocking covid,” Tamra wrote in the comments section of TV Deet's Instagram post on Thursday, December 3. “Just another stupid comment out of this ignorant chicks mouth. #STFU.”

Kelly, however, fired back at Judge, telling her to “shut up.”

She wrote, “You got fired because you are a liar!! Stop obsessing about the show you are acting like Gretchen [Rossi]. … You don’t even have cable and will work on the show for half price you told [Jeff Lewis] … concentrate on your pyramid scheme CBD line … you are washing up!!”

Kelly added the hashtags, “#fired,” “#attentionseeker,” “#desperado,” “liar” and “#loser.”

Meanwhile, Tamra shared a screenshot of her former costar’s reply and asked fans to forward her “anything else she says about my business.”

Tamra wrote, “Well, the only thing she got correct is I don’t have cable, I have app TV. The rest is a total lie! I’d be very careful spreading lies about our business … #Attorneynotified.”

Kelly made headlines after appearing on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, where she accused Braunwyn of faking her alcoholism. 

“I think that her whole sobriety thing is contrived and I think it’s fake,” she told Cohen. “I don’t think that she had seven kids so she could ‘not drink’ and I know her well enough that this was a pre-plotted thing that she wanted to do to get her own show. … She wanted to get her own show, her talent agent told her to stop drinking. It’s all contrived. I don’t believe that she is a real alcoholic, no. You’ll see it after on at the end of the show, what happens. It’s really good.”

Kelly also apologized for her past controversial COVID-19 comments. “Of course I regret saying [coronavirus was God’s way of thinning the herd]. I mean at the time, it was a question, like, ‘Why are all these people dying?’” Dodd said about her first controversial comment. “It was a stupid thing for me to say. It was insensitive and I apologize if I hurt or offended anybody because that wasn’t really my intention. I got, like, freaked out about in hindsight it was the stupidest thing I’ve ever said.”

Cohen went on to read a viewer question about Dodd’s refusal to wear a mask. While claiming she was “misinformed” for saying that “no one is dying” of COVID-19 in Orange County “back in January,” she actually made headlines for the comment in May.

“I hate [wearing a mask]. I’m claustrophobic. I can’t stand wearing a mask,” she said. “Now I understand the science behind it and I’m really, willing and able to wear a mask and I know that it’s important because I don’t want to get sick and I want to get others sick.”

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