'The Real Housewives of Potomac': Candiace Dillard seeks therapy after violent fight with Monique Samuels

The fight began with Monique flicking Candiace's hair a couple of times in response to the latter asking, 'Are you gonna drag me'


                            'The Real Housewives of Potomac': Candiace Dillard seeks therapy after violent fight with Monique Samuels
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In the upcoming episode of 'The Real Housewives of Potomac', Candiace Dillard Bassett had to go to therapy after her fight with Monique Samuels at a winery. The fight began with Monique flicking Candiace's hair a couple of times in response to the latter asking, "Are you gonna drag me?" It didn't take long after that for Monique to reach for Candiace's weave and grab a palmful of her hair which she refused to let go even after the producers intervened. It took a lot of push and shoves to break the fight up. Candiace had thrown her wine on Monique's face causing it to bleed, but she was too agitated to notice at the point and was focused to ensure that her slaps were landing.

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The producers managed to separate the two but Candiace was extremely unhappy with the fight and called Monique a "hoodrat a** b***h". The latter heard it and ran out to resume the fight once again but was stopped by the producers. The next day, Candiace went to therapy. She met with Dr Ken Ballard to speak about what happened the other night. She said that Monique had not reached out to her after the altercation and at the same time blamed the latter and her group of lackeys for spreading rumors. Candiace said all of those rumors were causing her to pummel and that she has been in a "rocky and a hard place" after what went down.

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Candiace also reflected back on the time where she was friends with Monique and were very close to each other. "We were close. I'm in your house. I have my feet on your couch. I am holding your kid," she said. Candiace also said that she loved who she thought Monique was while fighting back tears. Candiace's therapist asked if she thought that she had anything to contribute to what happened but she chose to take absolutely no responsibility for the physical violence that transpired at the winery. She said she did take time to think about it and she was sure that there was absolutely nothing she did to Monique warranted the whole situation and that she played no role in the fight, hinting that she was a victim in this situation.

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'The Real Housewives of Potomac' airs Sundays at 9 pm ET on Bravo.