'Real Housewives' star Brooks Ayers finally admits to faking cancer documents

Brooks Ayers Admits He Faked Documents
Brooks Ayers Admits He Faked Documents


If you watched this season of the "Real Housewives of Orange County," you were most likely obsessed with the Brooks Ayers cancer plotline. Well folks, the truth has come out...sort of.

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Vicki Gunvalson's on-again off-again boyfriend, who appeared regularly on the latest seasons of the "OC Housewives" franchise, revealed that he, in fact, fabricated documents in a statement to E! News Wednesday. While he still maintains that he does have cancer, he admits to faking documents that described treatment.

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In the exclusive E! News statement, he starts: "Words cannot express the deep regret that I have in fabricating documents to 'prove' to the world that I, in fact, have cancer. What I did was wrong and inexcusable."

Ayers proceeds to admit he acted alone without Gunvalson's knowledge, in order to put cancer doubters "to rest."

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Gunvalson took to Twitter to respond to a fan, regarding Ayer's statement:

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Gunvalson's fellow Housewives co-star, Meghan King Edmonds, was intensely adamant all season about Ayer's lie. After the truth finally came out, she tweeted a very poignant statement.

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Talk about a throwback! See what all the former "Housewives" stars are up to now:

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