Peggy Sulahian is clearly not a fan of The RHOC cast member Shannon Beador. The Real Housewives of Orange County alum had some pretty rude things to say about the mom-of-three during a recent interview.
You can remember the American/Armenian Housewife of Season 12 in 2017 when she joined the show after the exit of Heather Dubrow. During her short stint on the series, Peggy Sulahian shared her culture with the viewers and also opened up about her struggle following a breast cancer diagnosis.
The brunette beauty wasn’t exactly right with her castmate and the fans didn’t quite embrace Peggy Sulahian’s presence at Real Housewives of Orange County either. By Season 13, Peggy Sulahian was gone and she has been under the radar ever since. But now she speaks out about the show, and there is clearly no love lost between Peggy Sulahian and her former castmates.
RHOC: Peggy slams Shannon.
During her short stay at the The Real Housewives of Orange County, it was Kelly Dodd with whom Peggy Sulahian seemed to bump heads. However, Peggy Sulahian also clearly has a problem with Shannon and she made that clear during a podcast interview about Politically Incorrect.
Peggy Sulahian went a little deeper into the way she was cast for the show, noting that she was asked several times before she actually said yes. The 47-year-old admitted that it was difficult to be in the show because she mourned the loss of her father while trying to recover from a double mastectomy.
In addition to her own personal problems, Peggy Sulahian was thrown into the drama of the show, and she certainly didn’t have the support of her colleagues Housewives. Peggy Sulahian dealt with her difficult time at the RHOC the wrong way and explained why she was constantly colliding with Shannon Beador. Sulahian continues: “She’s a lunatic. She’s crazy, she has to take medication, to be honest”.
“She has to take medicine,” the RHOC repeated alum. “Especially to calm her down. She needs Ativan or something like that, with her hand gestures. God damn it, you’re 60 years old. Calm down, lady!”