During the first part of the reunion of season 14 of the Real Housewives of Orange County, Tamra Judge and Kelly Dodd embarked on this adventure when Judge laughed at the drink company Dodd’s Positive, claiming that the products were in discount stores. This prompted Dodd to sue Judge’s “lost” Cut Fitness gymnasium, claiming that she uses Groupon to get clients.
“We don’t do Groupon,” said the judge. “We don’t have Groupon.”
We’ll just leave it here… pic.twitter.com/tUBzJWL6Bd
– Groupon (@Groupon) December 19, 2019
However, when Dodd asked his Twitter followers what they thought of the first part of the RHOC meeting, Groupon called the judge with evidence that Cut Fitness had used the discount service in the past.
“We are just going to leave that here …,” replied Groupon’s Twitter account, as well as a screenshot of a Cut Fitness Groupon offer for 77% off courses.
The judge immediately joined the thread, asking how old the ad was. She added that she will be contacting the offices of Groupon soon. Dodd also rang the phone, telling the judge to leave Groupon alone because it’s holiday season. Then the newly hired Dodd decided to cast a shadow over the judge.
“Is backpedaling a training routine that they offer at Cut Fitness? When you stop lying so often in situations where it is easy to expose the truth, you will not have to struggle to change your story…. must be exhausting. ???? happy holidays to you and your family ♥ ️ ”, tweeted Dodd.
The judge then ranted on Twitter, posting more than 20 tweets about her business, and thanked Groupon for the free advertising because she claimed that Cut Fitness had not used Groupon for “many years”.
The judge also insisted that she was not lying about Groupon, explaining that they had used the service years ago when they first opened. She said the ad was not active and that it was “very unprofessional” for Groupon to tweet otherwise. She also asked at one point if the Groupon tweet was legal, but that’s absolutely because the Groupon ads are public information.
The judge also responded to Dodd’s attacks, saying that Dodd did not understand even if she had explained it. The judge stuck to her arms, saying they hadn’t used Groupon for years. She also threatened Dodd with a lawsuit if she did not stop attacking her business.
Emily Simpson also got involved in the thread and congratulated Groupon, writing that her respect and admiration for the company had just skyrocketed.
The second part of the reunion of season 14 of the Real Housewives of Orange County will be broadcast Monday, December 23 on Bravo.