Tamra Judge is all joke until someone comes at her and she has to prove herself. Recently, she got into a brawl with Kelly Dodd on Twitter and even threatened to sue her for involving herself in the issues between her and Jim Bellino. This issue began when Judge mentioned that her gym called "CUT Fitness," had no business relationship with Groupon. On hearing this, Dodd took to her twitter page to call out her 'RHOC' co-star by sharing a Groupon ad that belongs to Judge.
The reality star was definitely angry with what Dodd did on Twitter, and after confirming that the ad was made seven years ago, she mentioned that Dodd would have to face the law because she is a bully. She also went on to say that Dodd was only trying to attack her business, and that was unacceptable. Judge made it clear that her business was not on Groupon, but even if it was, there was no shame in that. She also said that the app was helpful when she began her gym business, as it helped to get people into it.
After seeing Judge's response to her tweet, Dodd concluded that she only reacted that way because she was lying about everything, including using the online discount company called Groupon. It seemed like both women were not willing to back down from the conversation on Twitter, and here is what Judge responded with.
"You poor thing. You still don't understand even though I explained it to you. We are not on Groupon. Have not been in years, if we were, I would admit it. That's an extremely old ad that's not active.
After explaining in detail what that ad meant and when it was created, Judge also made sure to tell Dodd that on behalf of her gym, she would file a lawsuit against her.
Some fans did not know what to believe at this point, but soon enough, a fan confirmed that the Groupon ad Dodd shared was inactive and from many years ago. Judge responded to the fan saying that Dodd was only being a bully by attacking her business with surreal allegations.
Moving on, Judge and Dodd went into a battle of words at the reunion episode on Wednesday, and they insulted each other's businesses. Judge was quick to point out that Dodd's Positive Beverage drinks were sold for $1 at Target and Dodd returned the favor by saying that Judge only used the Groupon services because her gym was failing.
Frankly, it may take a while for these co-stars to start seeing eye to eye, and no one knows if Tamra Judge will really go through with the lawsuit against Kelly Dodd.