Vicki Gunvalson and ex-husband Don Gunvalson ended their 15 year marriage and split up their assets after a bitter divorce. Vicki was awarded the marital home and one of the marital assets Don Gunvalson received was a joint checking account, from which Vicki withdrew $95,000.
The courts have ordered “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star to return the money to her ex-husband according to a report published on July 8. California court documents state that “RHOOC” star Vicki Gunvalson must pay back the money that was an “inadvertent or mistaken” withdrawal from the account Donn Gunvalson was awarded as part of the couple’s divorce settlement.
According to the court documents Vicki Gunvalson, who runs a highly successful insurance agency in Orange County, will not have to pay Donn Gunvalson spousal support. The documents stipulate that each of them waive the right to receive spousal support from the other, permanently. This is an amendment to the Gunvalson’s previous divorce settlement.
Another amendment in the court papers filed on June 16 is that Donn Gunvalson will receive the double-wide mobile home located at an Arizona resort. The court documents also stipulate that Vicki is solely responsible for any judgment in an ongoing federal lawsuit involving her former vodka company, Vicki’s Vodka. Vicki will assume all financial, civil and criminal liabilities in the case against her. Vicki’s Vodka was established after the couple split in 2010.
This season on “The Real Housewives of Orange County” fans have seen Vicki spending more time with boyfriend Brooks Ayers. The couple went took a long weekend with new “Real Housewives of Orange County” cast member Shannon Beador and her husband David. Vicki is also dating attorney John Pankauski.
Gunvalson became a grandmother for the second time recently. “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star posted on her Facebook page that she was headed to Oklahoma, where her daughter lives, because her second grandchild was on the way.