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‘RHOC’: Heather Dubrow Slams Noella Bergener For Giving Teen Daughter ‘X-Rated’ Card Game

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On Wednesday night’s episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Heather Dubrow didn’t take to well to Nicole Bergener‘s card game gift she gave to Heather’s 17-year-old daughter Max. “We came home and Max opened her presents and Noella kind of gave her kind of a questionable gift,” Heather said, speaking about her party thrown to celebrate Max’s book I’ll Give It to You Straightish, a work highlighting her experience as a bisexual teen. “[It was] a Pride-themed card game, which is very nice,” Heather explained, acknowledging that Max and Nicole are both bisexual. “And that’s great, [but] Max is 17.” Heather then read cards off to Gina Kirschenheiter as the cards’ contents were bleeped out from containing so many expletives. “It’s basically pornography.

It’s not appropriate,” added the mom of four. After the episode aired, Heather then provided more context on her podcast, Heather Dubrow’s World. “They bleeped out a little more than was necessary.

Maybe we could just bleep out less. How about that?” the former Malibu Country actress said, before reading off certain X-rated lines on the cards Nicole gave to Max.

Related Gallery “‘Whatever straight people do for fun,’ ‘licking that p—y right,’ getting your ass ate,’ ‘having your titties sucked while sucking on titties,’” she read. “Those are just some of them but I mean, isn’t that enough?” The 53-year-old went on to share that her teen opened up her gifts from the housewife in front of her friends at school — a situation that made it all the more awkward. “Could you imagine them going home to their parents and saying what happened at the Dubrows’ house?” she asked.

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