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'RHOC's Braunwyn Windham-Burke Accuses Castmates Of Homophobia

Former RHOC star Braunwyn Windham-Burke accused the other Housewives of being homophobic.

"Making off-color jokes about me being intimate with a woman, that's not OK. Those are microaggressions," she told Page Six. "After I came out, having to prove that I was gay, that should never have been tolerated. That is a microagression. That is homophobia."

Emily Simpson called her "selfish' for coming out while she was still married to her husband.

"One one hundredth of what we film makes it onto the show. So you can choose what you want … It was not easy to be the first gay 'Housewife.' There should have been a little more grace," she continued. "At the end of the day, it's a show about drama but you need to have some humanity at a base level and I didn't get that with my cast members."

Braunwyn says she would never return to the "toxic" show.