Shannon Beador Is Done with Heather Dubrow: “I Can Forgive, But I Will Never Forget”
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Shannon Beador Is Done with Heather Dubrow: “I Can Forgive, But I Will Never Forget”

Heather Dubrow may have jumped to her husband Terry’s defense following the season finale of The Real Housewives of Orange County, but not everyone is so accepting of his behavior. Less happy with his dinner party etiquette is none other than Shannon Beador, whose husband David was on the receiving end of Terry’s ire at Vicki Gunvalson’s dinner party. Shannon, bless her heart, took to her BravoTV blog to complain about the Dubrows.

“On our last night in Bali,” Shannon contextualized, “I was informed that David made the inappropriate comment for Heather to ‘spread her legs’ when she was getting on the bull at her hoedown three months earlier. I was surprised to hear that he would say such a thing, but I knew he consumed many drinks that day.” Apparently, Shannon didn’t think this was a super inappropriate thing to yell at his wife’s friend. “In his tequila mind, he thought it was funny,” she wrote. “If I were Heather and my guests had been drinking all day, I would have laughed at that comment and moved on — but that’s the difference between us.” Well, isn’t that big of her!

Of course, Terry’s anger at the finale dinner party was much less forgivable. “Perhaps the most offensive comments were the ones Terry made to David about being a ‘construction guy,’” Shannon wrote, “My husband started his company on his own and works very hard. He has multiple degrees. The fact that Terry called him stupid and insulted him as a construction worker is unacceptable.”

As a result, Shannon’s decided that she’s done trying to be friends with the Dubrows. “I truly thought Heather and I were on a path to potential friendship, and I was completely shocked at she and Terry’s air of superiority at the dinner table,” she said. “The pot stirring and arguing that some of these women are doing is ridiculous. I have no time or need for it. I can forgive, but I will never forget. With time, you never know what will happen, but for now my husband and I are keeping our distance.” Sounds pretty finite to us!

Is Shannon is right to be angry? Were David’s comments inappropriate? Tell us what you think in the comments!