Dodd seemingly opened up previous wounds with the Bravo host on a brand new episode of her podcast through which she claims Cohen “got here after” her after she tied the knot in October 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“Andy Cohen got here after me. As a result of we had our marriage ceremony on 10/10 then filmed the reunion?” Dodd, 45, says within the episode, out Wednesday, through The Solar.
“He was like ‘how dare you go journey and have a marriage in a pandemic? How might you?’” Dodd recalled. “I used to be advised I’m on the ‘incorrect aspect of historical past’ for wanting children in colleges, attempting to promote two of your properties in New York and Florida and right here I’m… thrice as many circumstances now.
“However I used to be advised I’m on the incorrect aspect of historical past,” she concluded.
Dodd was let go from the Bravo actuality TV present. In June, she claimed the rationale was due to her “conservative” views.
Within the feedback part of the fan Instagram account @realhousewivesfranchise, a fan wrote, “Why have been you fired? Due to your bullying.”
Dodd fired again, “No as a result of I am conservative! That is why I bought fired pure and easy.”
In one other publish on social media, Dodd blamed her castmate Braunwyn Windham-Burke, who can also be not returning for subsequent season together with Elizabeth Lyn-Vargas.
“This was your fault,” Dodd wrote to Windham-Burke, 43, in textual content messages. “We’d nonetheless be on the present when you didn’t make issues so darkish and ugly and introduced all that political ‘woke’ BS.'”
“Your lies about me, calling me a racist and a homophobe have been horribly harmful and your phony storylines didn’t assist both,” she added.
In the meantime, Dodd and Cohen exchanged phrases final fall when the 2 bought right into a feud on-air throughout the present’s reunion episode. On the time, Cohen, 53, alleged he obtained messages about Dodd’s “uneducated” views in regards to the pandemic, together with “placing out misinformation, and behaving like a moron” due to her need to see companies reopen amid the pandemic.
Dodd, nevertheless, reacted by claiming that she’s obtained rebukes of her personal about Cohen, reminiscent of messages that he is “anti-American.”
“That you just put your political views on the market, that they do not need to watch a political present,” she claimed.
It was revealed in June that Dodd, Braunwyn Windham-Burke, and Elizabeth Lyn-Vargas could be leaving the fact present, whereas former solid member Heather Dubrow could be returning. Dubrow left the franchise in 2017 after 5 seasons. Shannon Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter, and Emily Simpson are additionally returning.