Hospital Denies ‘Real Housewives’ Star Received Cancer Treatment (UPDATE)

12 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

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

A day after the City of Hope debunked Brooks Ayers’ cancer treatment claim, his ex-girlfriend Vicki Gunvalson vowed to never speak to him again: “This man is sick” Things got very real for this Housewife. When appeared in a special E! interview in an attempt to clear his name following the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion special, he provided the interviewer with some alleged medical documents that he claimed proved he was being treated for cancer. On Tuesday, Nov. 10, a rep for the hospital confirmed to Us Weekly that no one by the name of “David Brooks Ayers” had ever been treated at its cancer treatment center. That’s not going to be the case until my numbers have normalized and that’s the word that was used to me.” He continued, “I have more tests coming up in two months.

At the time, Ayers claimed that he was dying from pancreatic cancer when, in fact, it was pancreatitis, as he confessed to Gunvalson’s daughter, Briana Culberson. 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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