RHOC: Heather Dubrow Quits The Show After Her $36K Party

RHOC star Heather Dubrow was forced to quit her $36K party during the latest episode. While this all happened when a juicy rumour about her friend reared its ugly head. Indeed, it was a sushi party!

The fancy party of Heather Dubrow cost her $36,000. This continued in the December 8 episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County. But before anyone even got to the main entrée portion of the night, which would have been served by the staff from Nobu. Things turned upside-down and took an ugly turn when she heated up in an argument. In fact, the drama got so bad that Heather stormed up the stairs of her mansion and told her husband, Terry Dubrow, that she was “leaving the show”.

RHOC: The Ugly fight Of Heather

The Heather drama -all started when Gina Kirschenheiter and Emily Simpson tried investigating a juicy rumour about Shannon Beador. Including Heather’s old friend, Nicole James. Shannon told Gina and Emily that Nicole once tried to sue Terry. And after Gina and Emily talked about Nicole, Shannon then asked them not to say anything to Heather. Shannon tried shutting down the rumour, but Gina felt compelled to reveal the truth to Heather, resulting in an explosive string of arguments that shuts down Heather’s party.

Fortunately, Terry must have talked Heather into continuing because just a few moments later, she and Terry reappeared and cornered Nicole. They asked her if she had previously tried suing him, and she said yes. 

About ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’

The Real Housewives of Orange County has been showing the reality since 2006. Whether good or bad of participants living in one of the most famous parts of Southern California. Who knew that this humble show would spawn an entire reality television empire. However, the success of ‘RHOC’ would spawn countless spin-offs: ‘Real Housewives’ in New York City, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Miami, the Potomac, and Dallas. 

Mashfak Qureshi is an entertainment journalist, who brings facts and knowledge in the simplest form and believes in questioning.

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