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Vicki Gunvalson, Brooks Ayers Lawsuit Dismissed: EXCLUSIVE

Vicki Gunvalson, Brooks Ayers Lawsuit Dismissed: EXCLUSIVE


LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Are Vicki Gunvalson and Brooks Ayers back together 2013 dating once again? While it’s unclear if Vicki Gunvalson and Brooks Ayers are back together in love, LALATE can exclusively report that they are not together in federal court anymore. Plaintiff Robert Williamson, III has dismissed his lawsuit against Vicki and Brooks.

On Monday, ironically just in time for a new episode of Real Housewives of Orange County to air, Plaintiff Robert Williamson filed a notice of voluntary dismissal of his case against Vicki and Brooks, LALATE can report. The dismissal was filed less than sixty days after the case was commenced.

On June 7, Williamson sued David B Ayers and Victoria L Gunvalson in the United States District Court District of Nevada (Las Vegas). The case dominated BravoTv.com blogs by Gunvalson. She was commented about the case even before she was served with the complaint. No proof of service upon Gunvalson was ever lodged with the court. Brooks accepted service on July 3, 2013.

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The case was fascinating for a series of allegations revealed between the parties. While the case centered upon Vicki’s Vodka, the matter also revealed that Gunvalson is working on Vick’s Cigars, an import business out of Mexico. Vicki allegedly agreed to “contract Puerto Vallarta Cigar Factor[y] to discuss distribution to Us for online customers for Vicki’s Cigars.”

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Vicki had told news previously “The allegations against us are totally unfounded, as we will prove in court if necessary. Thank you for your continued support. When life hands you a bunch of lemons… make lemonade!”

UPDATE: The case has been dismissed without prejudice only as to Gunvalson. “Without prejudice” enables the plaintiff to refile at a later date if he wishes. The case is still on-going as to Brooks Ayers. For more click HERE.

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