Dodd ha condiviso una serie di messaggi esplosivi giovedì chiamando la sua ex co-protagonista dopo che Windham-Burke le ha inviato un messaggio dicendo, “Spero tu stia bene, So che abbiamo attraversato l'inferno e siamo tornati, ma sono qui.”
“Questa è stata colpa tua,” the disgruntled Dodd, 45, detto Windham-Burke, 43, in the series of texts that she herself leaked on Instagram. “Saremmo ancora nello show se non rendessi le cose così oscure e brutte e non portassi tutte quelle BS "svegliate" politiche.'”
Lei ha aggiunto, “Le tue bugie su di me, calling me a racist and a homophobe were horribly destructive and your phony storylines didn’t help either.”
In a statement to Page Six, Windham-Burke didn’t deny that the text conversation with Dodd happened but did note “the part of the text she so graciously cut out ‘I wish you nothing but the best and hope you have a beautiful life.’”
“Solo Kelly Dodd would post screenshots of her own texts that make her look wildly immature,” Windham-Burke told the New York Post. “I guess that’s what being bitter is like, and I tried to empathize with her, as you can see,” lei ha aggiunto. “I’m a big believer in growing and changing, and second chances (or in this case 10th or 11th chance). Alla fine del giorno, it’s just a tv show and we are still neighbors.”
During the most recent season of the show, Windham-Burke revealed to fans that she was a recovering alcoholic and spoke on the reunion about coming out as gay in December 2020 after filming wrapped.
Windham-Burke, who has seven kids with husband Sean Windham-Burke, denied Dodd’s accusations in the text exchange that she created “phony storylines.”
“Well I’m still sober and still gay, like I said if you ever want to talk I’m here,” she told Dodd, according to the screenshots.
She also told Page Six that she “will never stop or be ashamed for standing up for communities who are hurting.”