Tamra Judge posted a Facebook status taking co-star Vicki Gunvalson to task for a multitude of wrongs this season. Not only did Tamra point the finger at Gunvalson, but she also spoke out against Bravo, claiming that they manipulated her and edited scenes to make it look as if she waited until the last minute to cancel going to newest “RHOC” Lizzie Rovzek’s birthday party.
Then, just as quickly as the Facebook post went up, it seemed that Tamra Judge’s Facebook page itself disappeared. On July 31 a fan tweeted to Tamra and asked her what happened to her Facebook page. Judge’s reply was that she disabled it while on vacation because there were too many nasty comments posted to it. Obviously Tamra did not disable her Twitter account, only her Facebook page.
Not only did Tamra post a scathing post to Facebook, she also posted a text on social media that had been exchanged between her and Lizzie. The post contained Rovzek’s cell phone number and she received numerous calls following the post. Via Twitter Rovzek assured fans that many of the calls had been positive, that her husband and father were livid over the situation and that it had been reported to Bravo.
After all this took place reports began surfacing that Bravo had promptly fired Tamra Judge as a “RHOOC.” Nothing has been confirmed, but many fans feel this was the last straw. Tamra has been especially nasty to co-stars Heather Dubrow and newest “Real Housewives of Orange County” co-star Shannon Beador. Vicki Gunvalson, the only original “RHOOC” to remain on the show, has warned all the women that they need to watch their backs when it comes to Tamra. Gunvalson blames Judge for her estrangement with her daughter Brianna over Vicki’s boyfriend Brooks Ayers.
Fans will be on the look out to see if Tamra restores her Facebook page, but for now it comes up that the page is not available. Fans are also curious if Tamra will have further comment on the fallout from her actions or regarding Vicki Gunvalson or Bravo.