RHOC’s Kelly Dodd fights with fan over comment about ‘cult mom’ Lori Vallow’s missing kids – The Sun

RHOC’s Kelly Dodd fights with fan over comment about ‘cult mom’ Lori Vallow’s missing kids – The Sun


REAL Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd fought with a fan on her latest Instagram post about her perceived insensitive comment about Lori Vallow's missing children.

The real housewife was posting about how she was proud of her fiance who was reporting on the latest update about the story that's shaken the country.

Kelly recently posted a video of her fiance, Rick Leventhal, talking about Vallow, who was asking for a reduction in her bail.

Along with the video, she wrote: "I am beyond excited to have my Rick Leventhal working in LA! Dreams do happen! That mother is a disgrace."

However, her comments were misconstrued by some of her fans for saying "dreams come true" in a post about someone as vile as Vallow.

One fan wrote: "Your timing of saying 'Dreams do happen' isn't great considering those poor kids are still missing."

While another one slammed her and said: "Please try a good story to praise your man, not this all too common tragedy. I think Love runs deeper than his almost famous position on a biased 'news' channel."

That fan continued criticizing the housewife and said that she was "following the same path of the other overly competitive OC women" and she "need[ed] a reality check before she goes sour".

Kelly, shocked about this fan's criticism, replied and said: "Geez, you're really angry."

Understandably, some fans found it offensive that Kelly would choose this specific clip to show off how proud she was of Rick, who is based in New York City, while she's in California.

Lori Vallow took her children out of school in September 2019 before they were reported missing in November when family members asked police to make a welfare check.

Vallow is currently in jail after being charged with two felony counts of desertion and non-support of dependent children on a warrant issued from authorities in Idaho.

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