KELLY Dodd’s step daughter Veronica Leventhal has revealed that she “started a support group” after the RHOC star mocked COVID-19 and the Black Lives matter movement.
Kelly has made her controversial opinions public in recent monthsCredit: Instagram
She also recently claimed she was black and therefore could not be accused of racism.
But Veronica, whose father is Fox News correspondent Rick Leventhal, has now spoken out about how important it is for people to find their own “boundaries” when dealing with parents of differing beliefs.
“I actually just started a support group for people who have conservative parents, or parents with different political beliefs, and we talk a lot about context,” said Veronica, “where did that come from, why do they believe that?
“I think it’s a lack of diversity and understanding of experiences.”
Veronica revealed she had started a support group for children of parent with differing beliefCredit: Instagram
The 29-year-old spoke out about how to educate those who may have white privilegeCredit: Instagram
Speaking on Evan Ross Katz’s podcast Shut Up Evan, Veronica added: “Boundaries are important, that is what I have learned, and being aware when the fight is not worth your mental health, or theirs, and step back.”
Appearing to throw shade at Kelly, 45, Veronica, posted a video on Facebook shortly after Kelly claimed she was black during the RHOC reunion.
She said in the clip: “I don’t think it’s okay for people who say that they’ve experienced racism or prejudice to then turn around and inflict that same bigotry on other people.
Klly was slammed for her “drunk wives matter” hatCredit: Instagram
On the RHOC reunion she alleged she was blackCredit: Bravo
Kelly has also refused to abide by covid rulesCredit: Instagram
She recently cheers’d to “super spreaders”Credit: Instagram
“I don’t think you can experience the privileges of whiteness and then turn around and deny that those privileges exist.”
Veronica continued: “I don’t think that you can claim ownership on a culture or a nationality and then disallow privileges to those people, either through certain political perspectives or just subjugating them in other ways.
“And I don’t think you can use your personal multiculturalism as a shield for people saying that you have biases.”
The Bravo star married Rick, 61, in 2020.
Rick,a Fox News correspondent, and Kelly wed in 2020Credit: Instagram
Kelly is no stranger to controversy and has been slammed by fans for her controversial comments regarding Covid-19 and politics in recent months.
She was also slammed by viewers for calling Andy Cohen “Anti-American” for not supporting Donald Trump.
Over the weekend, the RHOC star was fired by the Positive Beverage company because of her “controversial views and opinions.”