Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson has been defending her boyfriend Brooks Ayers since she began dating him, but according to a bombshell new report, Ayers has admitted to cheating on Vicki, “screwing around,” and sleeping with hookers. And he has confessed it all on tape.
Brooks’ admissions were made on an audio recording and obtained by The National ENQUIRER. And what he says is shocking to say the least.
“I’ve been known to cheat,” Ayers says on the tapes, which were recorded in a Las Vegas hotel while he voluntarily met with a business associate in an attempt to settle a lawsuit.
“Did I mark on my calendar if we were off today or on today?” he says of Gunvalson. “I’ve been known to cheat… Bottom line, it hurt Vicki to know even if we weren’t together that I f*cked somebody else. That hurt her.”
Among the many women he was with, was a prostitute, named Katrina, he admitted. The two allegedly met during a private high-stakes poker game, and then decided to continue the party in “rooms upstairs [for] guys to have their way” with the hired talent. Brooks had sex with the woman, he admits on the tape, and paid her around $300 to $400 for the encounter.
He allegedly ran into the woman again months later while visiting friend Robert Williamson III in Las Vegas, and the woman was there, calling herself Maya.
“I’m on and off with Vicki,” he insisted. “I’m not living with her. I am not engaged to her. She’s still legally married. Bottom line is, it’s a double standard in my opinion.”
Williamson was fed up with Brooks’ philandering ways and decided to include him in a lawsuit he filed against Gunvalson for failure to promote their business, Vicki’s Vodka.
“I recorded [Brooks] out of an abundance of caution, specifically at the request of Vicki Gunvalson,” the business man who made the tapes told The ENQUIRER. “She asked me to help Brooks. Given his background, I did not want this guy walking away making false claims about our time. Who knows what he would have said.”
But Ayers claims all of this is for publicity. In a statement, he told RadarOnline, “This is a desperate attempt to seek publicity in a case that is nearing trial.”
He continued, “The case is about business partners choosing not to be in business together. The case has nothing to do with my personal life.”
“I remain in high hopes that the legal process will reveal the truth,” Ayers continued, “and justice will be served.”
Listen to Brooks’ confessions below.