Hospital City Of Hope Reveals They ‘Never Treated’ Brooks Ayers For Cancer!

11 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Brooks Ayers Never Treated for Cancer Here, Hospital Rep Says.

For the last year or so, a man featured on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Orange County tried very hard to convince the show’s cast and viewers that he was suffering from cancer. Radar Online continues to post complete fabrications about “The OG Of The OC,” Vicki Gunvalson, and their latest report that she is dating a man by the name of Walker Smith is just that- another lie!

Over the last few weeks, Brooks Ayers, the boyfriend of cast member Vicki Gunvalson, has been on a minor media tour as the final episodes of the reality show aired on Bravo. Gunvalson tells RumorFix exclusively the report is nothing more than an addition to the lie after lie Radar has been throwing at the reality star as of late. Discrepancies regarding the diagnosis, treatment plans and lifestyle choices were documented throughout the show, and so far his explanations have been, at best, inconclusive. News’ Melanie Bromley last week, Ayers came prepared to shut down any doubters about his cancer diagnosis, going as far as presenting documents printed with the “City of Hope” logo to prove he was receiving treatments for the disease at their facility. “These are the three bills that reference the days I got my treatment,” he explained to E!, sharing a document that stated how one chemo treatment cost $33,000. “I’m not going to say I’m in remission.

But in discussing his diagnosis and subsequent treatment—which he did practically every time he was on screen—Ayers got specific: he named an imaging lab where he’d received a PET scan and he named a hospital where he’d been getting chemotherapy treatments. News that he talked to Gunvalson, saying, “She said no, she didn’t feel like she’s been duped and secondly, she does now believe that I have cancer.” Duarte Road, Duarte, California 91010.” In Ayers’ provided document, the word “east” is abbreviated and the center’s address appears as “1500 East Duarte Road, Duarte CA 91010.” Another red flag is that Ayers’ document includes an “Invoice #” of eight digits, while the other patient’s document does not. Instead, it has an eight-digit “Medical Record Number.” Finally, while Ayers provided us with his medical invoice, which he claims was accessible through the patient portal, a source tells us that invoices and bills are actually not available to patients online. The document inconsistencies aside, many of the women on Real Housewives questioned whether or not Brooks was being truthful about his diagnosis—something that was further questioned by fans after he broke up with Vicki Gunvalson last season. “Absolutely I’m sticking by that,” Ayers shared with us when confirming his cancer battle. “Unfortunately, I wish it wasn’t true.

The daily grind, the routines of reminding yourself that I’m sick and I need to do certain things and not do certain things.” RHOC stars such as Meghan King Edmonds still weren’t buying it, with Edmonds telling E! News exclusively after Brooks’ interview aired, “To accuse someone of faking cancer is a huge accusation that you should never take lightly, but I felt that way and that’s why I said it and that’s what started it.

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