The Southern Charm crew served up a whole lot of drama at Shep Rose's backyard barbecue birthday party earlier this season when Naomie Olindo called J.D. Madison out for rumors she heard about his separation from Elizabeth Madison. She also accused him of not being a good husband or father.
We all know that the so-called Breakup Bunch, which includes Naomie, Kathryn C. Dennis, Chelsea Meissner, and Danni Baird, had Naomie's back. Why, Kathryn and Chelsea defended Naomie's comments that night at the table.
But what did Cameran Eubanks, who generally seemed more focused on actually enjoying the barbecue dinner that was prepared since she was still pregnant with daughter Palmer that night, think of everything that unfolded? Cameran weighed in on the rumors about J.D. and whether or not she believes Naomie's allegations when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Thursday night. See what she had to say about the situation in the video, above.
J.D. denied Naomie's allegations during that episode of Southern Charm. He also later called it "BS" on Twitter.
Elizabeth, who is still separated from J.D., came to her husband's defense during an interview with The Daily Dish earlier this season. "This season, after just watching the first two episodes, my jaw hit the floor. For J.D. to be attacked like that is not acceptable. It was an unprovoked attack at a very inappropriate place," she said. "Naomie took some things I had shared with her in private and mixed them with lies, rumors, and her own personal judgments to cast J.D. in a negative light. It was so hurtful — and J.D. has only treated those girls with respect and kindness. It isn't in his nature to be mean or cruel to others. Since nobody at the party stood up for J.D., I am forced to set the record straight. J.D. is a wonderful human being filled with love, strength, and sensitivity. He is an amazing and loving father."
Naomie reflected on the moment during an interview with Decider earlier this month and shared that she has no regrets about what she said. "Oh yeah, it felt really good. It was definitely something that was a long time coming. I had so much frustration that had really built up for months and months and months and I couldn’t understand why no one had ever said anything to him before," she explained. "Watching it back, it was pretty much the same thing. I felt good about my decision to do it and was just glad that he realized that people knew and were talking about it and it wasn’t flying under the radar anymore."
Relive the tense moment, below.