Monica Garcia fires back at her mom, Linda, following this week’s episode of RHOSLC. Plus, Linda makes Monica’s money problems public.
The drama between Monica Garcia and her mom, Linda, continues to play out on the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City and social media.
Linda claims that the REAL reason she kidnapped Monica Garcia’s Range Rover Sport is because the RHOSLC newbie hasn’t made an on-time payment on the vehicle in two years.
“Monica had not made an on-time payment in two years. Two years. Not one. The first on-time payment came this year in October 2023. I’m not playing this game anymore. I am being maligned in the worst possible way,” Linda tweeted.
An RHOSLC fan interjected with some interesting points:
“If Monica wanted a Range Rover, she should’ve been able to qualify and make those payments timely and on her own. It’s unfortunate because you’re being painted in a certain way, and Monica nor production are helping you. I think this car is going to continue to strain you both. “
The fan continued:
“At the same time, if you knew your daughter couldn’t make on-time payments, why co-sign for her? Why a Range Rover? Why not [repossess] and return? If she couldn’t make the payments then why not get her something more humble, a smaller payment? We want to understand.”
Linda replied, “When we were in the dealership, she promised to the high heavens she would. I wanted to help her. She can afford the payments. She chooses to pay late.”
“She also promised in the dealership that my name would be off in one year. It’s been 26 months, and my name is still on the loan,” she continued.
Meanwhile, Monica opened up on Instagram about “healing from childhood trauma” and dealing with “toxic” relationships in your life.
Alongside multiple slides about dealing with trauma, the RHOSLC star wrote:
“To anyone dealing with trauma or if you are in a toxic relationship, I see you. I feel you. You are not alone. Whether it’s a spouse, sibling, partner, friend, family member, or parent. Your feelings are valid. Do not feel bad for doing what is best for your mental and emotional health. Do not feel bad for having to cut ties or take time. Your pain is real, and it is yours and yours alone. ? #rhoslc #bravotv #bravo @bravotv.”
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City season 4 airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.