Over the weekend, Dodd went over to Windham-Burke’s home to celebrate her costar’s birthday. Dodd shared video from inside where a ton of guests were running around.
Dodd’s fiancé Rick Leventhal was spotted dealing cards at a Poker table. She told fans, “I feel like I’m at a high school party because it’s like at a house.” She shared a photo from the party with her man writing, “I miss you already @rickleventhal thanks for spending the weekend with me ❤️❤️”
Dodd shared another snap with Windham-Burke and their costar Emily Simpson.
Dodd and Windham-Burke then put metal bowls on their heads. They allowed a friend to tap them with a wand.
The friend said, “do you have a concussion?” while all the guests laughed. The moment was a recreation of the epic fight between Dodd and Beador on “RHOC” this season.
The ladies went on a girl’s trip to a Arizona wellness retreat. They were attending a meditation class when Beador had a bowl on her head. Dodd jokingly tapped the bowl while it was on her head. Beador claimed the tapping hurt her and rushed to the emergency room with Tamra Judge. The doctor found nothing seriously wrong and discharged her. Dodd called out Beador accusing her of making something out of nothing.
Dodd has been involved in an epic feud with Beador, Judge and Vicki Gunvalson for months.
The “Real Housewives of Orange County” reunion was filmed last month. Sparks are expected to fly between the ladies on the show.
After the reunion taped, Dodd and Windham-Burke hit the town by themselves without the other costars.
Vicki decided to hang out with her boyfriend Steve Lodge after the taping. She posted a photo of them having dinner. She alluded that she was done filming the reality show.
She wrote, “It’s a wrap. Season 14 reunion done. Now onto my new projects. Thanks stevelodge_oc for being my rock.”
The reunion came days after Gunvalson dismissed a lawsuit she filed against Dodd and show producers. In the lawsuit, she accused them of defamation and ruining her business.
She took issue with several comments Dodd made during filming. She called Gunvalson a “fraud” and said “You prey on older people”; “You are a con woman.”
Dodd was referencing an ongoing lawsuit filed by an 82-year-old woman. The case brought by a woman named Joan Lile accuses the reality star and her insurance company of fraud. She sued for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and breach of contract.