RHOC: 10 Discoveries That Prove Brooks Lied About Having Cancer

  
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Brooks Ayers has been a hot topic among the Real Housewives of Orange County for a few seasons, but nothing was quite as heated as this season’s cancer controversy. Brooks and veteran reality star Vicki Gunvalson both came under fire when they openly discussed Brooks’ continued battle with a 2013 diagnosis of stage 3 non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The other women on the show have been open about their doubts and have highlighted many alleged inaccuracies and inconsistencies involving his health. In a recent interview with E! News, Brooks’ offered up his City of Hope medical records as proof to dispute the other cast members who doubt his claims of cancer. E! News compared Ayers’ documents with another recent patient from City of Hope and found multiple discrepancies between the two medical records. Here are 10 discoveries that prove Brooks is lying about having cancer.

10. He’s Refused A Lie Detector Test

During an in-depth exclusive interview with E! News, Brooks was asked if he would agree to take a lie detector test in order to shut down all the negative controversy, but he declined. He said it would go against his attorney’s wishes: “My attorney has said under no circumstances will I do a lie detector test. It’s too broad.”

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9. The City of Hope Logo

The City of Hope logo on his medical records does not resemble the logo on another patients documents. The logo on Ayers invoice has a small trademark symbol, something that would appear if a person did an image search for “City of Hope logo.” The trademark symbol does not appear on the other patient’s invoice.

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