Vicki Gunvalson Actually Has Been Sued For Fraud
In the suit, Vicki Gunvalson claims she’s never been sued in all of her thirty-one years of business. She also claims to have an A-Plus rating with the Better Business Bureau. I didn’t check the Better Business Bureau, but I do know she has indeed been sued. So that is a flat out lie.
In fact the most recent case was filed just last April. A woman named Joan Lile sued Vicki Gunvalson and Coto Insurance & Financial Services. The insurance customer accused Vici of fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and breach of contract. The woman paid 20 years of premiums for long-term care insurance. She specifically wanted a policy with a SWOP clause. That clause insured that the surviving spouse would not have to continue paying the premium. When her husband died, she was told her policy never had a SWOP clause. That said, Vicki is not an Insurance company. She simply brokers insurance policies for other companies. The company that held the policy for Ms, Lile went bankrupt.
That is probably the case that Kelly found out about during filming. So because that case is out there, production probably will not remove her comments. The allegations were publicly published.
This sort of legal action is not going to endear Vicki Gunvalson to production. They already tried to dump her this season before deciding to let her make appearances as a friend. She needs to get along with production if she wants to stay on the show.