Heather Dubrow Reveals What Shannon Told Her About John Janssen as Costars Accuse Her of Drunkenly Sharing Info About Relationship in RHOC Sneak Peek

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VIDEO: Heather Dubrow Reveals What Shannon Allegedly Told Her About John Janssen as Costars Accuse Her of Drunkenly Sharing Info About Relationship in RHOC Sneak Peek

Shannon Beador was accused by castmates of drunkenly sharing personal details about her relationship with John Janssen – and then not remembering the next day. Emily Simpson went so far as to suggest Shannon needs a “breathalyzer” for her cell phone.

During the most recent RHOC episode, the ladies spilled some tea on Shannon and John’s relationship with Emily alleging John is not invested in the relationship and once called Shannon “fat.”

According to Heather Dubrow, Shannon said John – who is now no longer in a relationship with the Real Housewives of Orange County star – “loves being in the limelight,” and this is a big reason why he was “with her.”

In a preview for the upcoming episode, shared by @queensofbravo on Instagram, Shannon accused Heather of “hurting” her relationship with John. The conversation took place at what appeared to be a one-on-one lunch before the split.

Heather shared in a confessional that Shannon “drinks,” gets “sad,” and then calls lots of people.

In her own interview, Gina Kirschenheiter indicated that alcohol is Shannon’s “truth serum” before Tamra Judge revealed that Shannon doesn’t “remember it” the next day.

Emily suggested that Shannon needs a “breathalyzer” for her phone, preventing its usage until she was sufficiently sober.

Per Heather, Shannon previously said “John loves being in the limelight,” and this is “a lot of the reason” that he’s “with her.”

At some point in the conversation between Shannon and Heather, Shannon stormed away from the cameras while declaring, “I’m done. I’m out,” before she seemingly knocked a bottle from a table.

The Real Housewives of Orange County season 17 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.

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