Tamra Judge must be a happy woman because her husband and oldest son have finally made up two months after their major fallout on "The Real Housewives of Orange County." The reality star shared a post from a fun night out with Eddie Judge and Ryan Vieth on Saturday. The trio enjoyed their time together which included the Monster Energy Supercross event at Angel's Stadium in Anaheim, CA. Tamra Judge made sure to share several pictures from the night showing that the two men have put their differences aside.
Back Together Again:
In the pictures, Eddie Judge and Ryan Vieth seem in their element as "RHOC" cameras rolled on behind them. Both men are sporting smiles and don't appear to have any issues with being in each other's presence. Tamra Judge was wearing a smile too while sporting tight leather pants and an oversized tan turtleneck. Their outing comes just two months after "RHOC" fans went IN on Eddie Judge for comments he made about Ryan Vieth's mental health after his stepson revealed he was struggling.
Eddie Was Slammed Over His Comment About Ryan:
In one of last season's episodes, Tamra Judge filled Eddie in on her joint therapy session with Ryan Vieth and revealed she was scared he would one day commit suicide. That's when Eddie Judge responded by stating, "When you’re struggling with childhood issues as a man, you’re not a man.” Fans took major issues with his response and immediately took to social media to bash the "RHOC" husband calling him things like "cruel, "a douche," and an "ass."
Eddie Defended His Actions & Doubled Down:
Following the public lashing, Eddie Judge took to social media to address the situation and defend his actions. In a lengthy post, he said he understood mental illness and insinuated that Ryan Vieth was using his health as a scapegoat. He also put blame on "RHOC" saying that reality TV is fake. “Time to move on... just because you see it on TV doesn’t mean it’s real! I’m happy most of you understand this and those that do not, you need to learn how it works. Reality TV is not Reality. These shows are designed to get maximum reaction from the viewers.” He added, "I stand behind what I said and never did I say that people with a mental illness need to man up. I understand mental illness. I also understand when someone uses mental illness as an scapegoat.”