Covid-Denier Kelly Dodd’s Mother In The Hospital With Covid-19 – ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ (RHOC) Spoilers

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‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ news find that star Kelly Dodd, who has gone on the record many times to hint that she thinks the global pandemic that has been Covid-19 is all but real, is now facing a very harsh reality.

That’s because her mother Bobbi Meza has tested positive for Covid-19 and is currently in the hospital. Kelly’s brother Eric Meza broke the news on social media. Here’s what you need to know.

While Eric maintains that their mother was in the ICU, a rep for Kelly told people magazine, “Kelly has confirmed with me that her mother does have COVID-19 and is in the hospital. But the reports that she is or was in the ICU are inaccurate.”

‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ News: Kelly Dodd’s Mother In The Hospital Covid-19

Of course, it didn’t take very long for Kelly’s critics and detractors to comment on the matter, especially when she said earlier in the year that Covid-19 is “God’s way of thinning the herd.”

“Are you going to take covid more seriously now? Do you still think everyone is sheep? Do you still feel this is God’s way of thinning the herd? I hope she recovers and you learn from this,” one commenter wrote, eliciting a response from the Bravo star.

“My mom is a diabetic and 71 of course I take Covid seriously!!” Dodd, 45, reportedly replied, adding in another comment: “Pray for my mom.”

If that weren’t enough, Kelly also posted videos of herself watching a Fox News story about people calling the authorities on their neighbors for not following Covid-19 guidelines. Kelly wrote, “Oh my God, if they were my neighbors I would toilet paper them if they squealed on me.”

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