Peggy Sulahian Brother: Is 'RHOC' Star Homophobic? She Speaks On 'WWHL' [VIDEO]

Peggy Sulahian wants the world to know that she is not homophobic.

On Monday night, following the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Sulahian appeared alongside Andy Cohen on his late-night talk show, Watch What Happens Live, and shot down allegations made by her estranged brother, Pol' Atteu, who recently claimed she has failed to accept him due to his sexuality.

"Absolutely not. I am not a homophobe, absolutely not. We have not spoken in twenty years," she said of her strained relationship with Atteu, according to a report by The Daily Dish. "No, I am not a homophobe. I support the LGBT community. I love them. I have nothing against them and it has nothing to do with him being gay at all."

Also this week, Atteu spoke out against Sulahian, claiming that the reality star has been keeping him away from her three kids with husband Diko. 

“This past June, I posted a heartfelt message to my nine-year-old nephew Koko wishing him a happy birthday and she immediately deleted it,” Atteu revealed to Radar Online. “I thought that it was a mistake, so I reposted the same comment and took a screenshot of it, but she deleted it again and it is still deleted!”

“I just find it so heartbreaking that my sister Peggy still has not accepted me as a successful celebrity fashion designer that also happens to be a homosexual,” Atteu continued.

“At this point, my sister’s actions speak much louder than her words,” Atteu said. “I thought she had matured and grown now that she had children of her own and would realize the importance of siblings. Clearly I was wrong.”

To see more of Peggy Sulahian, tune into The Real Housewives of Orange County season 12 on Monday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.

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