Wednesday, August 21, 2013

A Drunk Brooks Ayers Is Caught On Tape Calling Ex-Girlfriend Vicki Gunvalson 'A F*cking Whore'
The on-again, off-again boyfriend of Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson has been caught on a secret audio recording calling her a “f*cking whore” and threatening to “beat her ass.”

In a series of tapes obtained exclusively by, a drunk Brooks Ayers can be heard justifying his threat of violence toward the Bravo star “because I can (and) that’s what we do in the South.”

He is heard slurring his words and using profane insults about the woman he’s dated since 2011, during an explosive exchange with a second man, believed to be Ryan Culberson, Gunvalson’s son-in-law.

At one point, Ayers, 46, even glorifies violence against women, telling Culberson he too should beat the opposite sex. When he’s rebuffed by Culberson, a Staff Sergeant in the Marines, Ayers tells him: “Well you probably should do.”

Today, is publishing two recordings of Ayers, which a source said were captured last year.

They were recorded because those close to Gunvalson, 51, were afraid Ayers may harm her, a source told

Radar has verified that the man caught on tape making the threats is indeed Ayers.

“B*tch, like she’s never done it before ever,” the father-of-two is heard at the beginning of the expletive-laced tape. It is unclear in what context he is calling Gunvalson a “b*tch.”

“You’ll be alright,” responds Culberson, who is married to Gunvalson’s daughter Briana.

“F*cking whore, imma [sic] f*cking beat her ass when i see her,” Ayers charges. “It’ll be like a week when I see her, sh*t.”

“That ain’t right,” Culberson tells him.

This is how the rest of the exchange went down.

BA: It ain’t?
RC: No.
BA: What ain’t right?
RC: You can’t beat her up.
BA: I’m going to be beat her ass.
RC: Why?
BA: Because I can. That’s what we do in the South.
RC: No. I don’t do that.
BA: You don’t beat their ass?
RC: No.
BA: Well you probably should do.
RC: No.
BA: Oh god. This is us.
RC: Yeah upstairs.
BA: You be careful.
RC: You be careful. I am good.

That tape ends with Culberson asking an inebriated Ayers, “Are you alright?”
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