Real Housewives of Dallas' LeeAnne Locken Blasts Cary Deuber in Explosive Argument: 'I Don't Like the Evil Inside of You'
Locken and Deuber will go head-to-head on Monday's season finale
In an exclusive sneak peek at Monday’s season finale, LeeAnne Locken and Tiffany Hendra decide to confront Marie Reyes – again – about leaking the now-infamous story of Locken pooping in a car to the rest of the girls, except this time, Cary Deuber decides to come to Reyes’ defense.
“I gave you the opportunity to admit that you told the story,” Hendra tells Reyes. “Who could have told the story to Taylor? There were only three of us in the car!”
Reyes adamantly denies it was her, and Hendra grows increasingly frustrated.
“You’re f—ing lying!” she says.
Meanwhile, Locken thinks this isn’t the time or place to settle their issues.
“Sitting down with Tiffany and Marie and hashing out any of this here is the last thing I want to do,” she tells the camera. “I get that Tiffany is still pissed for me, but we’re not going to open [the other girls’] eyes like this.”
At the same time, Deuber and Brandi Redmond are watching the argument unfold from across the room, shaking their heads.
“Who stands up for themselves with LeeAnne?” Deuber asks. “Nobody, ’cause she’s a bully, and they’re scared of her. I’m not scared of her.”
Deuber then makes her way over to the three other women and interrupts, asking to chat with Locken one-on-one, but that little sit-down quickly descends to chaos.
“I get that you don’t approve of how I live or who I am,” Locken starts.
“I don’t feel like I can say one f—ing thing without you turning it around on me!” Deuber exclaims. “Turning it around, turning it around and turning it around – it’s just constant, like, turning it around!”
Locken, however, maintains Deuber is the one trying to turn this around.
“Cary is trying to agitate me,” she tells the camera. “She wants angry LeeAnne to come out so bad, but it’s not going to happen.”
“I want you to be honest,” Deuber tells Locken.
“I am the most bluntly honest bitch you’ll ever meet,” Locken responds. “I am so not focused on you and I want you to so clearly accept that. If I try to contribute to this conversation, it’s just going to get used against me. Your actions are to gather Brandi and Stephanie [Hollman] and have this little [discussion], like: ‘Oh, y’all should not trust LeeAnne. LeeAnne this and LeeAnne that.’ Honestly, I feel like you’re manipulating this whole mob mentality of ‘Let’s destroy LeeAnne.’ “
“Oh my God,” says Deuber, rolling her eyes. “Play the victim, ’cause then you can’t be the bully!”
“Every time we speak, whether you even realize it or not, if I say something, you immediately say something else,” Locken says. “Something in you literally doesn’t f—ing like me, and I’m okay with it.”
The bickering back-and-forth goes on, and finally Deuber has had enough.
“One minute you play a victim with your story, and then the next minute you play the bully,” she says.
“My story is not a story. It’s something I’ve lived through. Don’t demean it,” snarls Locken, who has been spoken out about the abuse she suffered as a child, opening up about being molested by her best friend’s father on an earlier episode.
Deuber, meanwhile, isn’t having it.
“There are excuses for bad behavior as an adult,” she tells the camera. “Everybody went through things when they were younger. That has no bearing on you being an a–hole. None.”
“I don’t like anything about you,” Locken continues. “I don’t like your nature, I don’t like the evil inside of you.”
“There’s absolutely no evil inside of me, and you know what? You’re full of s—!” Deuber says as Locken gets up and starts walking away.
As for Locken? She’s not too bothered.
“Yeah, I’m full of s—. That’s me!” she says.
The Real Housewives of Dallas finale airs Monday (10 p.m. ET) on Bravo, followed by the supersized reunion Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.