‘RHOC’: Gina Kirschenheiter Blasts Braunwyn Windham-Burke as ‘Insecure’

Gina Kirschenheiter of The Real Housewives of Orange County is living her best life. The Bravo star has been focused on herself and her children as viewers have been able to witness while watching the show. Kirschenheiter’s new home has become a topic of interest among her co-stars and was characterized as being “sad.” Now, the reality star is blasting Braunwyn Windham-Burke and calling her “insecure.”

Gina Kirschenheiter and Braunwyn Windham-Burke
Gina Kirschenheiter and Braunwyn Windham-Burke | Tommy Garcia/Bravo

Why are Gina Kirschenheiter and Braunwyn Windham-Burke at odds?

Kirschenheiter and Windham-Burke came at odds on RHOC after having started a nice friendship this season. The drama started when Windham-Burke claimed that Shannon Beador had shaded Kirschenheiter’s new home. Windham-Burke alleged that Beador said the house was “sad” and small.

Things got heated when Windham-Burke confronted Beador about her comments which the latter denied ever saying. Kirschenheiter was stuck in the middle, not knowing what was the truth in the whole predicament.

“I truly do not understand how if Shannon said that or not, somehow that absolves Braunwyn of everything she’s been saying,” Kirschenheiter told People TV’s Reality Check. “I get frustrated because even if Shannon said this one comment, which is obviously unkind if she said it, Braunwyn was going around trashing me to everyone and now she’s trying to act like she’s a hero because she’s telling the truth about something Shannon said.”

Braunwyin Windham-Burke and Gina Kirschenheiter
Braunwyin Windham-Burke and Gina Kirschenheiter | Casey Durkin/Bravo

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Gina Kirschenheiter makes sense of the comment

Although Windham-Burke was seemingly meddling into things, Kirschenheiter didn’t read too much into the actual comment. The latter said that Beador had gone to her home and was “genuinely supportive” of her.

“I think I took it at face value which is why I wasn’t getting worked up about it,” she also said. “To me, I’m confident in my home. I’m confident in my family and my life and I know that it’s good and great. And if it’s not good enough for these other women, that’s a Braunwyn problem, not a me problem.”

Kirschenheiter finds the ordeal “ridiculous” and suspects Windham-Burke tried to take a jab at her but ultimately missed.

“I think she tried to take a shot and take a go at me hoping that I’m as insecure as she is. But I’m just not,” she also said.

Gina Kirschenheiter with her fellow 'RHOC' co-stars
Gina Kirschenheiter with her fellow ‘RHOC’ co-stars | Casey Durkin/Bravo

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Emily Simpson also has a lot to say about Braunwyn Windham-Burke

Windham-Burke is not only having issues with Kirschenheiter, she is also being called out by Emily Simpson. After Windham-Burke suggested her co-stars unfollowed her from social media due to their political beliefs, Simpson fired back and explained the situation.

“I did not unfollow Braunwyn because of her political beliefs,” Simpson told All About the Real Housewives. “I unfollowed Braunwyn because she’s a hypocrite. Braunwyn has an uncanny knack for reeling people in and making them feel sorry for her then firmly requiring that people not judge her choices in life.”

The cast of 'RHOC' Season 15
The cast of ‘RHOC’ Season 15 | Tommy Garcia/Yavir Ramawtar/Bravo

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“She uses the terms ‘modern’ and ‘progressive’ to justify her own questionable life choices, while at the exact same time pointing fingers at others labeling them and harshly judging them.”

The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.