REAL Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd is being slammed as a “selfish mom.”
This after she left her 13-year-old daughter, Jolie, in California to be with her fiancé in New York during the coronavirus crisis.
Kelly posted a pic of her daughter on Instagram and her mom Bobbi saying: “Thanks Mom for watching Jolie while I’ve been in NYC!! My loves #mom #daughter #grandparents #family.”
The 47-year-old bride-to-be has been with fiancé Rick Leventhal, who is a correspondent for FOX News, in New York.
The two are planning to marry this October.
They’ve been at Rick’s house in the Hamptons, where they met last summer, amid the virus breakout.
But fans accused Kelly of being reckless and irresponsible leaving her daughter home and traveling during the international health crisis.
One wrote: “Get home ASAP…family first.
“Stay healthy and safe and safe travels home!”
Another commented: “Yes being across the country from my child during a pandemic is exactly what I would want to do.”
Others said: “Yay. Head to NYC spread a little covid why don’t you, brains right there…ffs.”
However Jolie’s stay with her grandmother may have been a way to make up for lost time.
Kelly and her family became estranged in recent years.
They reconciled in 2019, and Kelly credited RHOC with bringing them back together.
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“They were at my house all weekend, for a week. They’ve come twice this summer, ’cause they live in Arizona. So, yeah, I mean, we are back to where we were before.
“So, you know, there’s this really good thing about the show is that it really brought my mom and my brother [and me] back together.
“So, hopefully, next season you’ll see more of them. You can see them this season, but you know, my mom’s doing very well.”
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