Vicki Gunvalson Shuts Down Cancer Charity, Then Says It Wasn\'t Her Charity
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Vicki Gunvalson Shuts Down Cancer Charity, Then Says It Wasn’t Her Charity


We guess Vicki Gunvalson is done killing all cancer, because she's shut down her charity.

Or, more accurately, she never started a charity in the first place but was merely the spokesperson... we think? We're a little confused, actually.

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Over the weekend, the Real Housewives of Orange County star indicated she had put her involvement with Kill All Cancer behind her in an interview with ET.

"I just shut it down because there was a lot of naysayers out there," she said. "I'm not going to do something that's going to be criticized when I did it from a good place."

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She then clarified it wasn’t actually her charity in the first place. "I was just a spokesperson for it. So it wasn't mine."

Well, forgive us for the misconception, Vick, but you sure made it sound like you'd started a charity back in June when you said, "I've actually started a charity called Kill All Cancer."

The 54-year-old's involvement with the charity is made more clear with a statement on the now-defunct organization's website from its actual founder, J.R. Jordan.

"We approached Vicki Gunvalson because she's on a disruptive platform and because she has held steadfast and truthful in her fight against cancer," J.R. explained, adding, "there was zero compensation" for Vicki's role as a spokesperson.

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However, in light of controversy surrounding her involvement — and the shadow of doubt cast upon her ex Brooks Ayers's cancer diagnosis — Kill All Cancer has elected to suspend operations for the time being "as we explore various platforms to convey our positive message."