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Braunwyn Windham-Burke Accused Of Offering Drugs To Shannon Beador's Daughter

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By Ryan Naumann

“Real Housewives of Orange County” star Braunwyn Windham-Burke is accused of offering drugs to her co-star Shannon Beador’s underage daughter.

All About The Tea published the bombshell report ahead of the reunion. The outlet spoke to a source who claims Shannon gets into it with Braunwyn over her incident involving her 16-year-old daughter Stella.

At the end of part one, Shannon reportedly confronts Braunwyn about offering her daughter Stella illegal drugs.

The source claimed, “Braunwyn approached Shannon Beador’s daughter, Stella, and offered her cocaine and asked if she wanted her dealer’s number.”

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Braunwyn and Shannon have both been silent on social media since the story broke. Neither has spoken out about it since the reunion finished taping weeks ago.

On this season, Braunwyn opened up about her struggles with drinking. She was able to get sober with the help of AA meetings.

After news broke, one fan pleaded with the reality star on Instagram. She wrote, "Please tell me Shannon is lying about her child. I haven't really been watching the show because I hate Kelly. You are one of my favorites! Please tell me Shannon is full of it about drugs and her child."

Shannon At The Reunion

"Cancel the franchise for 2-3 years and come back with an entire new cast at some point. This ain’t it. And I don’t want to see Shannon acting all high & mighty crying over this. I don’t have the strength," suggested one feed up fan. "I hope this is not true, because wtf?," said another upset follower.

In other news, Braunwyn Windham-Burke and her husband, Sean Burke, are currently dating other people and loving it. The two have been married for over twenty years but are currently in an open relationship.

Shannon & Her Daughter

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Back in November, Braunwyn announced she was finally ready to come out as a lesbian. She said, "I like women. I'm gay, I'm a member of the LGBTQ+ community. It has taken me 42 years to say that but I am so proud of where I am right now. I'm so happy where I am. To be able to be comfortable in my own skin after so long is just so nice."

She added, "I'm just now starting to feel like I'm becoming the woman I'm supposed to be. I've always known it, but it took me, personally, 42 years to be comfortable in my own skin to say that."

A source told Us Weekly, "Both are allowed to date people and are happy!”

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