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RHOC’s Emily Simpson Says She Could ‘Blow Holes’ Through Noella Bergener’s Divorce Case

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In her legal opinion. Emily Simpson weighed in on her Real Housewives of Orange County costar Noella Bergener’s messy divorce after getting an up-close look at the drama.“When I first met Noella, I was very, very much on her side and believing her ‘cause I had nothing to compare it to,” the attorney, 45, exclusively told Us Weekly on Wednesday, January 12. “He’s not on the show, he’s not giving his viewpoint, so the only thing I have to go by is what she’s telling me.

And of course, I want to support her and be a friend to her.”However, as more allegations have trickled out surrounding the case, Emily has changed her stance on the situation.“Now that all this stuff is coming out and he’s releasing statements and his attorneys are releasing statements, I will tell you, as an attorney, I jump all over that stuff,” she said. “I read all of it.

I listen to it. I decipher it. I go back through what she told me on what dates; I make timelines. So, I will tell you, I can blow holes through a lot of things.”Us confirmed in August 2021 that Noella filed for legal separation from James Bergener in California after one year of marriage.

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