The former love of “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Vicki Gunvalson wins the legal settlement pertaining to the lawsuit charged against him.
Brooks Ayers, who was sued by professional poker player Robert Williamson III over breaching the contract and breaching of good faith and fair dealing over Vicki’s Vodka, was awarded $130,000 to be paid by Williamson III, Radar Online learned.
According to the official ruling, “Defendant David Brooks Ayers moves for attorneys fees against Robert Williamson III, who sued Ayers and other defendants over a failed vodka business in 2013. Finding that there was no reasonable basis for Williamson’s claims against Ayers which Williamson himself seems to admit by not responding to either Ayers’s motion forsummary judgment or to this motion for attorneys fees I grant Ayers’s motion.”
In a statement by Ayers’ attorney Sean Reis, “Brooks prevailed in every way in his case,” expressing support to his client. “It’s interesting that people question his integrity and sincerity, when the courts of law have consistently ruled in his favor and proven that what he says is true,” noted Inquisitr.
However, this is not the belief in the face of the public. Earlier, Ayers was known to have faked his cancer and medical documents to support it. The housewives from Orange County even investigated together to find out the truth. In the end, he was reportedly paid by E! Online with $12,000 to spill the beans about his lies, said the same report from Radar Online.
Ayers revealed that he was stressed because of the situation and had been keeping himself motivated by posting inspirational messages on his Twitter account. In one of his posts earlier this month, the message encouraged that in order to be happy, they must be free from people “who think they know more about you than you do.” However, followers of his page mostly responded harshly, bringing up once again the accusations pertaining to his faked cancer. Ayers denied that he faked cancer.
Meanwhile, there are rumors that because of Ayers’ most recent controversy, Gunvalson is pondering on leaving the “Real Housewives of Orange County.” Season 10 of the show just concluded last November, with Gunvalson still taking the main role. She had not said anything official about permanently leaving the show.