Just when we thought Brooks Ayers would stay out of the media, it looks like he is coming right back-in his own words! Ayers exclusively told Page Six that he is in the process of writing a tell-all book that will reveal truth behind the reputation damaging storylines due to producers.
â€œThey basically pitched me as this poor guy from Mississippi preying on a vulnerable, successful, self-made woman. Iâ€™m not bound contractually by anything to not share the intel about what transpires behind production, Bravo, what they try to do, etc.â€
During this past season he was under fire about his cancer diagnosis of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, which cast members thought he fabricated.Â â€œI didnâ€™t fake cancer,â€ he said.â€œWho in their right mind would fake cancer?â€
Ayers shared that he has done “quite a bit of writing in preparationâ€ with he attention he has been getting from publishers is “pretty overwhelming.â€
While it was his relationship with Vicki Gunvalson of the Real Housewives of Orange County that made him a reality TV personality, he blamed his poor reputation on he daughter Briana Culberson.
â€œ[She] hates my guts â€¦ and got paid handsomely the past three seasons to do nothing but bring drama into her own momâ€™s life regarding me. Iâ€™m going to expose all of that.”
Fans may expect bad blood between the exes, but when speaking about her, he wished nothing but the best.
â€œI want nothing but the best for her and she wants the best for me. Iâ€™m not doing this because she did it to me, but sheâ€™s a grown woman and sheâ€™s making business decisions to continue earning money. Iâ€™m a grown man and I want to do what I can do to rehab my reputation â€¦ and you canâ€™t do it on reality TV.â€
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