Cynthia Bailey’s Bachelorette Party Allegedly Got Wild!

Cast members of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” allegedly got too turnt at Cynthia Bailey’s recent bachelorette party.

In an explosive report published by Page Six on Wednesday, about nine or 10 guests were invited to Bailey’s event in Charleston, South Carolina, which included a special appearance from a male dancer.

Per a source, some of the women allegedly got intimate with each other in the living room of the house where they were staying.

“They were so drunk,” the insider added.

Allegedly, after filming wrapped at around 5 a.m., two ladies — identified by the outlet as “RHOA” co-stars — went into a private bedroom with the male dancer.

“[I was] hearing all these noises…” the source said, adding that at least one other person also allegedly heard the commotion.

Though the outlet could not confirm which Bravolebrities were involved, they said bride-to-be Bailey was NOT one of them!

Reportedly, the next night at dinner, the women who allegedly got intimate with the dancer were confronted by their co-stars.

A source said one of the accused women allegedly tried to pass it off as a “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”-like situation but then became upset because of the drama.

Season 13 of “RHOA” is currently being filmed, and it is unclear if any of this alleged footage will end up on television.

Last month, OG NeNe Leakes announced her exit from the hit franchise after being a Housewife for Seasons 1 to 7, and Seasons 10 to 12.

In July, Love B Scott reported that actress Drew Sidora and YouTube star LaToya Ali are joining “RHOA” for the new season.

That same month, longtime cast member Kandi Burruss revealed to Extra that she and her co-stars have resumed production but are undergoing strict COVID-19 protocols.

Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams are expected to return as Housewives, while Tanya Sam and Marlo Hampton will reportedly come back as “friends.”

Last year in July, Bailey got engaged to Mike Hill after he popped the question at the opening of The Bailey Wine Cellar in Atlanta.

Months later in November, Bailey admitted to Page Six Style that she is a “thirsty bride.”

Per Page Six, Bailey and Hill are set to tie the knot at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia, on October 10.


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