Vicki Gunvalson Gets Some Charges In Vicki’s Vodka Lawsuit Dismissed


Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson scored a victory (kind of) in her lawsuit against her former business partner Robert Williamson III over her former business Vicki’s Vodka, a new report reveals.

On August 28, Gunvalson filed papers with the court asking the judge in the case to make a summary judgment ending the suit. “If any party was injured, it was the company Vicki’s Vodka, not Williamson personally,” she argued, according to court documents.

The judge agreed with Vicki on some points, some of the charges still stand.

“I grant summary judgment against Williamson with regard to unjust enrichment (Coutn IV), civil conspiracy (Count VI), and intentional infliction of emotional distress (Count IX),” the judge wrote in the court documents, explaining that Williamson did not provide enough evidence to substantiate those claims.

However, the judge wrote, “I deny it with respect to Williamson’s claims for breach of contract (Count I), breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing (Count II), misrepresentations, fraud, and omissions (Count III); and promissory espoppel (Count V),” the docs, obtained by RadarOnline state, and these charges will be battled out in court.

The judge wrote that Gunvalson has “not demonstrated” that “Williamson lacks standing” to bring his claims against her.

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2 Replies to “Vicki Gunvalson Gets Some Charges In Vicki’s Vodka Lawsuit Dismissed”

  1. Vicky will be distraught at this! She always thinks she is right! I made my feelings clear yesterday about Vicky and Brooks so I’m not doing it again!

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