"I have tried to give her every opportunity to be a supportive person for her," says Dubrow

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Vicki Gunvalson may be Real Housewives of Orange County‘s only remaining original castmember, but the reality star is definitely on the outs with her fellow housewives.

During the show’s reunion special, Gunvalson admitted to “fabricating” a story earlier this season about calling Dubrow’s doctor husband to treat Brooks Ayers following his cancer diagnosis.

“I have tried to give her every opportunity to be a supportive person for her,” Heather Dubrow told Tamra Barney and Shannon Beador on Tuesday during her new PodcastOne show, Heather Dubrow’s World. “I am very disappointed. Why I think this show was so good this season was it was authentic relationships and true storylines. I don’t want to be on a show that is nothing less than authentic. It hurts us all.”

Though she spent the majority of the season defending him, Gunvalson acknowledged on Sunday’s reunion that her gut was telling her that Ayers didn’t have cancer after all.

But it seems it might be too little too late.

“I have no interest in filming with her,” said Dubrow.

Beador worried the fabrication would hurt the Housewives brand.

“I think when someone comes into a reality show fabricating their reality it damages my authenticity and my credibility,” said Beador. “I think it damages basally the whole concept of reality television. So I have a huge problem returning and filming with someone who is not truthful.”

And Barney couldn’t agree more.

“I have known Vicki the longest and right now I am not talking to her,” she said.

But no matter how fed up the ladies are with Gunvalson’s behavior, no decisions have been made about whether she will return.

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“There is this story bandying about right now that we – meaning the three of us and Meghan – are banding together so we’re refusing to film with Vicki and we’re going to push her out,” Dubrow said. “I’m one of the people. I know we have not had a conversation. That has not happened.”