A Rhetorical Analysis Of Vicki Gunvalson's Article

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Ever since the women on The Real Housewives of Orange County started saying that Brooks Ayers doesn 't really have cancer everyone has wondered why Vicki Gunvalson has been quiet about it all. Vicki and Brooks were still together at first, but now they have split and she is still not sharing her thoughts on the cancer scandal or Brooks. Radar Online shared that Vicki Gunvalson actually can 't talk bad about Brooks or share her thoughts due to a legal contract that the two signed when they first started dating. This contract also protected Vicki from Brooks talking bad about her. An insider actually shared about the document that Vicki and Brooks signed when they started dating. Vicki and Brooks signed a legal document stating they would never speak negatively about each other in the press when they started dating. Vicki is afraid to…show more content…
Vicki Gunvalson has went as far as to defend Brooks Ayers on her Bravo blog. This could simply all be because of their legal document, but nobody knows that for sure. Gunvalson has shared that nobody has ever given her a document of any kind proving that Brooks doesn 't have cancer. Here is a bit of what Vicki Gunvalson had to say on her blog. As I write this blog, I have so many mixed emotions, but mostly it 's sadness and betrayal. The constant subject line of Brooks ' cancer, his choice of treatment, and if he was 'faking ' it or not has gotten out of control. My stance is I do not believe he faked cancer, as there are way too many people involved, way too many doctor visits and way too many doctor reports which would be very difficult to falsify. OK! Magazine shared that Brooks Ayers actually just won a defamation case in court. He sued Angela Torres who is the girlfriend of Gunvalson’s former business partner Robert Williamson III. They actually both sued each other and Torres case was thrown out, but Ayers won his case in court. Ayers won $3,000 that will paid out in installments to him. Brooks lawyer Sean Reis spoke out
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