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Heather Dubrow explains the “Karma” comment

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Heather Dubrow in 2018.

After a five-year absence, Heather Dubrow is back for the sixteenth season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. However, not everything went smoothly. For example, Heather has had issues with her co-star Noella Bergener. In season 16, episode 15, Bergener claimed that she was “physically pushing[d] a camera” after realizing that Shannon Beador had informed Gina Kirschenheiter about it Nicole James had dropped a lawsuit against her husband, Dr. Terry Dubrow. Heather denied the allegation, which led to an argument.

“This is your damn karma and your karma will work it out on its own,” Bergener said.

Heather then claimed that her “life is good.”

“Your karma already gives you what it takes,” countered the Heather Dubrow’s World podcast host.

In Season 16 Episode 16, Bergener called her friend Keni and shared that she was hurt heathercomment by . She stated that she believed the “7 Year Stitch” host was referring to her relationship with her estranged husband James, her father, Christopher Nance’s death and her son James Junior’s diagnosis of autism.

“Of course, Ms. Dubrow came after me, called me a liar, and yelled at a crowded restaurant in downtown Aspen. ‘You are a liar!’ I say, ‘You know what’s out there, and that’s your karma.’ You know what that b**** said? ‘All the things that happen in your life’ — my divorce and my son’s autism and my fucking father’s death — she’s like, ‘Maybe that’s your karma,'” Bergener said through tears.

During an episode of her podcast in March 2022, Heather shared her thoughts on her falling out with Bergener.


Heather Dubrow spoke about “RHOC” Season 16 Episode 15

During recording the March 31 episode of “Heather Dubrow’s World.” Heather asked her co-hosts Mandy and Jefferson to share their thoughts on her “Karma” comment. Jefferson revealed that he initially believed the mother-of-four was referring to the death of Bergener’s father, who passed away in 2021.

“I don’t think she should get upset. I think you may have really misread your answer because when I first saw it I was like, ‘Have you talked about your father?'” Jefferson shared.

Heather then claimed that she didn’t mean what she said to Bergener.

“To be 100% honest, I didn’t think anything of it, she fucking pinched me, I pinched her in the back,” Heather said.

The mother-of-four also shared that while she doesn’t think she’s a “perfect person,” she says “a good person.”

“I take care of my family, I love my friends, I try to be a good person and you know, do my best in this life and don’t bring karma up with me. Just do not. And it was literally just a knee-jerk reaction like, “Your karma’s gonna get you,” and I said, “Your karma got you.” I wasn’t thinking about anything – do you think I would wish for someone’s father to die? Of course not,” Heather said.

She then suggested that she regretted her reaction.

“It was like one of those things, like when someone says fuck you and you are that too. That was it and nothing more. Trust me, if I had had time to sit down and think about it, would I have said that? No, I probably would have said something else. But that happened a thousand percent,” explained the “RHOC” star.


Heather Dubrow shared her ‘Karma’ comment during an April 2022 episode of her podcast

heather also mentioned her karma response during one April episode of their podcast. The mother of four referred Bergener‘s conversation with Keni.

“She gets a Bloody Mary delivered to her room in the morning, calls her friend Keni and cries hysterically over what I told her the night before. She says, “Mrs. Dubrow came after me’ and then said I told her ‘You have bad karma which is why you have an autistic son, a dead father and a divorce.’ I didn’t say anything about it,” he claimed heather.

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