#vicki gunvalson is known for saying some crazy things sometimes, and she has been accused of making accusations against other wives on "The Real Housewives of Orange County." Vicki is now being accused of spreading false rumors about her co-stars, Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador.

Vicki is saying that Tamra's husband Eddie is gay and that Shannon's husband has previously beat her. But Vicki can't seem to keep quiet when it comes to things she finds interesting or peculiar. In her Bravo blog for "The Real Housewives of Orange County," Vicki Gunvalson is now aiming at an innocent woman who did not sign up to be on the show.

Calls out innocent woman

During the episode, Vicki went out shopping at a children's store, and she was immediately caught off guard by a child's dirty diaper.

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While she may have reacted at the moment as it was happening right then and there, Gunvalson is now dedicating an entire paragraph to how horrible the diaper smelled and how the mother should have changed the diaper.

Of course, one can imagine that the mom knew about the smelly diaper and she didn't have any spare diapers on her. It is also possible that the mom is going through something with the baby, that results in her not being able to change the diaper when Vicki wanted her to.

"Shopping at the baby clothing store was interesting, to say the least. There was a mother in there with her child, who obviously had a very bad smelling dirty diaper who shopped like there was no issue at all. It was the most rancid disgusting smell we have ever smelled and was at the point I almost had to leave the store.

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It was crazy to us she didn’t excuse herself, change the diaper and come back in to shop," Vicki explains in her Bravo blog, calling out an innocent woman.

When to draw the line

It seems completely immature for her to call out another woman and her baby in her Bravo blog, as this woman clearly did not sign up to be on the show. Gunvalson has no idea what this woman might be going through or the kind of experiences she may be dealing with at that given time. Sure, no one likes a stinky diaper, but Vicki should respect people who are not on the show as they have not signed on to be humiliated on national television.

Vicki may simply argue that the woman should get over it because it is not a big deal to be called out on national television. She may reference her own experiences, as she was called out for supposedly lying about Brooks Ayers' cancer diagnosis on the show. Vicki has denied ever knowing that he was lying, but her image was completely tarnished. The difference between these two cases is that Vicki signed up to be on a reality show, and this innocent woman with a baby who had pooped the diaper did not.

What are you think about Vicki Gunvalson calling out an innocent woman in her probably? Do you think Vicki is taking things too far? #rhoc