It is one thing to get into a feud over social media, but it is another to take things a little too far. That is what the producers saw from the cast of The Real Housewives of Orange County and banned them from using Twitter.
As told by RadarOnline, during the recent weeks of filming, the production staff witnessed the cast taking things a little too far with their feud. It brought them to send in a letter asking them to stay away from social media, particularly on Twitter.
It stated that “…the social media viciousness has gone too far and you need to cool it. Specifically we’re asking you to stop attacking each other. The network is upset and so are we in production.” Shannon had complained to the network about the feuds which brought them to write this letter.
The letter also stated that the constant heated arguments is a bad look for all of them and that they should save it for the show or the reunion. That last statement could only mean that they should only argue when the cameras are rolling. It is not surprising as reality shows are, more often than not, scripted in order to boost the ratings.
As told by The Hollywood Gossip, Vicki laid a low blow on Shannon in a recent episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County. She said that Shannon’s husband cheated on her and that he supposedly had a better time with the mistress. This resulted in Shannon complaining to the network.
With all the tension occurring between the cast members both on-screen and off paired with dropping ratings, it is only a matter of time before the producers decide to shut down the show.
The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Mondays on Bravo.
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