Shannon Beador seems to be a different person after learning that her husband had cheated on her last year. Shannon didn’t know that her husband, David Beador, was cheating on her when they were filming their first season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. Beador learned about the affair during the time they were on hiatus and she immediately began to fight for her marriage. They went to therapy, she talked about her feelings and she opened up about how she was feeling.

According to a new tweet, Shannon Beador is now being criticized for her behavior on The Real Housewives of Orange County. It’s no secret that Beador may be more protective of her family, as she could have lost it all.

But sadly, some viewers are not exactly happy with the way Shannon and David are so critical of the other ladies, considering they are far from perfect themselves.

Shannon Beador disgusts some viewers with her behavior

Beador has been very vocal about not wanting to forgive Vicki Gunvalson for last year’s drama. And on last week’s episode of the show, David added that he was disgusted with Vicki’s behavior last year. Shockingly, some fans are turning their backs on Shannon and her husband,

“Can do without you and your dopey husband on the show. You disgust me with your superficial superior attitude,” one person wrote to Shannon on Twitter, who coldly replied, “Then don't watch...”

Vicki Gunvalson says ‘RHOC’ ladies will turn on Shannon Beador

This season of The Real Housewives of Orange County has just begun and there are plenty of episodes left that could change people’s minds even more.

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Vicki Gunvalson recently told a fan on Twitter that the other ladies will start to turn on Beador. These days on the show, they are all very supportive of Shannon Beador in her fight against Kelly Dodd, but things may change over the next little while.

Only time will tell how things will develop this season, but one thing is for certain; the season has a lot more goodies and drama to offer.

What do you think of Shannon Beador’s response to a critical viewer?