‘RHOC’: Heather Dubrow Warns Shannon Beador – ‘You Are Going to Lose a Lot More Than My Friendship’

Shannon Beador may have apologized to Heather Dubrow on The Real Housewives of Orange County, but Dubrow still leaves her with a warning about coming for her or her family.

Dubrow and Beador finally bump into each other at Emily Simpson’s party for husband Shane during the latest episode of RHOC. Tensions run high between the women and they ultimately speak privately with Dubrow warning Beador there will be consequences if she ever comes for her or her family.

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Dubrow makes herself scarce when Beador arrives at the party. But all Beador wants to do is talk about is Dubrow. “I wanted to apologize to Heather and tried to have a conversation with her,” Beador tells Simpson and Gina Kirschenheiter. “She didn’t want to talk to me or meet with me.” But Simpson has her own issues with Beador.

Shannon Storms Beador, Heather Dubrow, Gina Kirschenheiter from RHOC at Heather Dubrow's party
Shannon Storms Beador, Heather Dubrow, Gina Kirschenheiter from RHOC at Heather Dubrow’s party | Nicole Weingart/Bravo

“About things I’ve heard that you’ve said about me,” Simpson says to Beador.

But Beador reverts back to how Simpson and Kirschenheiter broke their promise to her to keep their mouths closed about the whole Nicole James lawsuit drama. “I said they couldn’t be trusted, absolutely,” Beador says in a confessional about what she said to Dubrow. “And let’s look at my history with Emily and Gina. Last year, Emily was told a rumor about my boyfriend. She talked to Gina about it and made that public.” Beador says Simpson and Kirschenheiter gossip about hurtful things, so she felt the need to warn Dubrow about them.

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Simpson confronts Beador about telling Dubrow she was “untrustworthy and manipulative.” Adding, “I thought we were friends, Shannon.”

Beador denies ever telling Dubrow that Simpson was manipulative but agreed she said she was untrustworthy. “So you are saying Heather’s a liar,” Simpson says as Kirschenheiter cringes.

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Even though Simpson agreed she wanted no drama at her husband’s party, she finds Dubrow to have her set the record straight. Clearly annoyed, Beador tells Simpson and Dubrow, “I don’t know what you guys are doing right now.”

Simpson repeats that she heard that Beador called her manipulative and couldn’t be trusted. “You said they are not to be trusted,” Dubrow says to Beador. “They’re manipulative. That is what you said to me.”

Heather Dubrow tells Shannon Beador to never come for her or her family

“Shannon you had ample time to come talk to me,” Dubrow says Beador. When Beador says she’d love to have a conversation with Dubrow, Dubrow replies, “That should have happened like three weeks ago.”

The women agree Beador and Dubrow should have a private, one-on-one conversation and Beador seems determined to have the talk immediately. In an effort to not disrupt the party, Dubrow and Beador ask Simpson where they could talk, away from the party. Simpson takes Dubrow and Simpson to a small outdoor courtyard which is when Dubrow makes herself perfectly clear.

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“First of all I wanted to say I didn’t reach out to you immediately because you didn’t want to accept my apology,” Beador says. “You said to me that night. But my friendship with you means something to me.” Beador takes responsibility and delivers another heartfelt apology.

But Dubrow has a warning for her. “I have heard from everyone,” Dubrow tells Beador. “I feel like I have a good understanding of the facts and nothing that you say with the details is going to change my mind. And I think you had a huge lapse in judgment. And I will say this and I’m sorry if this sounds harsh, but this is how I feel. If you ever come after me or my family ever again, you are going to lose a lot more than just my friendship. This will cost a lot, and I’m not saying this is a threat. I’m saying it is a promise.”