“Homophobic” housewife Peggy Sulahian was fired from The Real Housewives of Orange County after just one season amid claims that she told her brother, Pol Atteu, that he was not welcome at their father’s funeral because he is gay!
But now, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Pol and his lifelong partner, Patrick Simpson, have triumphed after the terrible situation and will appear in the upcoming season 14 of Bravo’s hit show!
“As a proud Armenian Gay male and advocate for all LGBTQ rights, I have always been under siege by my biological sister Peggy Sulahian because she is homophobic,” Pol claimed to Radar in an exclusive interview.
“I have always been left to defend my human rights. When Bravo and Orange County housewives included me in the shooting, we were received with warm greetings from the entire cast and I finally felt redemption.”
“I really hope this sends a clear message to my homophobic sister that love always wins,” Pol, whose hit show Gown & Out In Beverly Hills is currently streaming worldwide on Amazon Prime, told Radar.
However, Sulahian has denied that she is homophobic.
“We have been estranged for more than 20 years,” she said in 2017 after being dumped from RHOC.
“He was informed of our father’s passing and was present at the funeral. There were many people there to attest to this fact.”
She added, “I am surrounded by people of every race, faith, and lifestyle choice.”
So what will Pol and Patrick’s guest appearance on season 14 of RHOC consist of exactly?
According to a source close to production, who also confirmed that the gay men will be on the show, “Pol and Patrick were invited as celebrity judges at Orange County Fashion Week.”
“The newest housewife Braunwyn Windham-Burke’s daugther Rowan is debuting her dance wear collection, Dark Rabbit,” the insider told Radar, adding that “Pol and Patrick are huge fans of her line and they know it will be a success.”
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