Gina Kirschenheiter questioned just how real Heather Dubrow is when their relationship took a turn for the worse on Wednesday’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Orange County.”
Kirschenheiter was rescheduling a trip to Montana with her boyfriend, Travis Mullen, when she recalled that Dubrow had urged her not to tell Mullen that she was emotionally disturbed by her ex-husband’s infidelity.
“It went from feeling, like, anxious in the car before — to being a little bit more predictable,” Kirschenheiter told Mullen in describing the process.
Kirschenheiter, 39, and Dubrow, 54, previously had a heart-to-heart conversation in the car on a trip to Montana, but Kirschenheiter admitted he felt strange after Dubrow wouldn’t let him call Mullen and didn’t join him afterward. the truth.
“I didn’t want to call you because Heather made me feel like I shouldn’t call you, but Heather didn’t text me or call me or call me.” “He didn’t care at all,” Mullen said eloquently.
Kirschenheiter also explained to Mullen that he found Dubrow’s intentions “very upsetting” the next night at a group dinner.
The “RHOC” stars were discussing the trip when the topic of Kirschenheiter expressing her feelings for her ex-husband to her current boyfriend came up again.
“I want you to use this Gina, because you have someone with you right now, and I’m worried about how long…” Shannon Beador began before Dubrow cut her off.
Dubrow finished his sentence, saying, “[How much longer] he will endure it.”
“Don’t tell me how long he’ll last, Heather!” Kirschenheiter immediately burst into tears. “What is endurance? This is my opinion, endure it!
“I’m a real person, I don’t talk like that. That is painful.”
Kirschenheiter added by admitting that they were both “surprised and hurt” by Dubrow for not having a “concern” about her after an honest conversation.
Kirschenheiter said: “It’s like she’s looking at me through my issues and problems, and I’m questioning whether or not Heather is a real friend.
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The mother of three continued to weigh in on the situation upon returning home from the tour and revealed to her boyfriend that she was the most “annoyed” by Dubrow out of all of her co-stars.
“He started talking about you and ‘how can he get Travis’ or something like that, and I was f-king mad,” he said.
Kirschenheiter then began to cry as he recalled how “upsetting” things were because “[Heather’s] he deserves to be my friend.”
Mullen assured her that she “could” express her feelings and encouraged her to talk to Dubrow about how the relationship was making her feel.
Kirschenheiter seemed skeptical at first, but then took a breath before calling the whole thing “disturbing.”
Kirschenheiter previously teased to Page Six that she and Dubrow had a strong relationship while filming the season.
“I’m not going to lie, this season, Heather and I went through it. We really did,” he said on the May episode of Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast.
“It was really hard for me and Heather this season. It got real.”
Kirschenheiter commented on the disagreement saying that he felt Dubrow had “crossed a line.”
“And when you cross that line, it’s not okay with me,” Kirschenheiter said, adding that he “talks a lot when things bother him”.
Fortunately for the two friends, it seems they were able to get along well. Dubrow told us in April that he has a “strong” relationship with Kirschenheiter after “talking and working things out.”
“The Real Housewives of Orange County” airs Wednesdays at 8 pm ET on Bravo.