The Real Housewives of every city seem to have a penchant for being the target of lawsuits and legal action. Just look at Joe and Teresa Giudice, who entered not guilty pleas Tuesday to a score of federal fraud charges. On the Real Housewives of Orange County, Vicki Gunvalson seems to be the name popping up most frequently of late when it comes to being sued.
Vicki Gunvalson was sued a while back by her partner in a vodka company for breach of contract after she allegedly failed to deliver on her end of the partnership — and helped her on-again, off-again boyfriend Brooks Ayers to skim a load of cash from the deal. The case was dismissed after Vicki came to un undisclosed agreement with her Vodkas by Vicki collaborator Robert Williamson, III.However, he is apparently pissed off at Vicki again and just about ready to drag her back into court.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer can breathe a little easier after reaching a financial divorce settlement with ex-husband Kelsey Grammer at last. Camille Grammer and Kelsey Grammer divorced early last year after 13 years of marriage. The former couple has two children together via surrogate, Mason Olivia, 11, and Jude Gordon, 8.
Camille Grammer and ex-husband Kelsey Grammer finally “hashed out a settlement within the last few days” to divide their mutual assets, a source reportedly told RadarOnline. “Even though their divorce was granted in February 2011, they had been unable to reach a financial agreement until this time,” the source said. “Camille and Kelsey had a very complicated settlement because of the properties they owned together and various investments.”