Tamra Judge 'Extremely Upset' Over Son Ryan Vieth's Transphobic Rant
Tamra Judge is “extremely upset” over her son Ryan Vieth‘s transphobic rant, the Real Housewives of Orange County star admitted in a no-holds-barred Instagram post Monday.
“I’d like to address the many comments regarding my son Ryan’s posts on Instagram,” she shared on social media January 21, 2019. “I have been extremely upset my son would post such a thing. A post that I did NOT see because he took it down immediately knowing it was WRONG. Admittedly I had a concerned ‘mom’ moment when referring to a post about a 5-year-old making life altering decisions.”
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The reality star continued: “My comment did not come from a place of hate. I’ve encouraged Ryan to make his own amends but in the meantime, I’m extremely sorry, His words were harsh and unacceptable. I have nothing but love & respect for the LGBQT community…always have always will. I will continue 2019 with a renewal of peace, wellness & love for all.”
As readers know, Judge, 51, was “humiliated” after her adult son received major backlash for the rant.
“She freaked out on him,” a source told Radar. “She made him delete everything.”
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Vieth shocked fans by calling for the murder of whoever sued a Colorado baker for refusing to make a cake celebrating a gender transition.
“Hopefully this guy goes on a rampage and kills whatever transgendered f**k head took him to court. Oops did I just say that,” he spewed on Instagram.
He also slammed an article about a 5-year-old who was undergoing a gender transition.
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Judge chimed in with a controversial comment of her own, though she quickly deleted it.
“Wow that’s sad. 5 year old can not make a decision like that,” she said.
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