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Josh Flagg Clashes with Tracy Tutor and Josh Altman Over Bobby Boyd Divorce

The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agents are at a crossroads because of Flagg’s ex.

By Allison Crist

Josh Flagg isn’t the only Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent being affected by his divorce from Bobby Boyd. As the above clip and latest episode show, Tracy Tutor and Josh Altman now find themselves in the crosshairs of the split. 

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The tension began when the trio was out for lunch and Tracy mentioned that she had recently talked to Bobby. Pointing out that Flagg seemed “annoyed” by the revelation, Tracy added that Altman’s wife, Heather, had also been in touch with Bobby.

“My ties are to Josh Flagg, no question about it,” Altman explained in a confessional. “Heather is friends with Josh Flagg, but also with Bobby. So it’s a little awkward.”

Back at lunch, Altman asked Flagg if he cared about the matter. “I mean, I’m not pleased,” Flagg responded. “Am I gonna say, ‘No, you’re not allowed to see another human being’? No, but do I really want to hear that?”

He went on to divulge that while he may not be “bawling and crying” or “outraged and mad” over the divorce, he’s still struggling — something that Tracy and Altman said they wanted him to be more open about if that’s truly the case. As she put it, “I think you’re present for the deal, I think you’re present for the divorce in terms of the deal points, but I don’t think you’re present for the emotional f--king loss that is this divorce.”

Flagg, however, said that as “a guarded human being,” that’s “just who I am as a person.” 

“That does not mean ‘Oh, let’s go hang out with Bobby right now!’ after I’m crying in your arms,” Flagg continued. “I’m out of this s--t. I f--king walked out that door and said, ‘Sayonara, I am never coming back.’”

“You want to have a friendship with the person, have a friendship with the person,” he added. “But I certainly don’t want to f--king sit here and listen about all these happy memories and all these great times, so f--k both of you.”

The episode ended on that note, so be sure to tune in on Thursday, January 5, when MDLLA returns.

Watch Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles on Bravo Thursdays at 9/8c and the next day on Peacock. Catch up on the Bravo app.

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