Chanel Ayan calls Caroline Stanbury ‘the greatest witch of the Middle East’ in explosive ‘RHODubai’ preview

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Chanel Ayan hits up extraordinaire bestie Caroline Stanbury in the explosive midseason trailer for “The Real Housewives of Dubai” Season 2, released Tuesday by Bravo.

“I’m dealing with the biggest witch of the Middle East,” the Ayan Beauty founder, 46, says of Stanbury, 48, in a confessional.

Ayan’s scathing comment comes amid a falling out with the “Ladies of London” alum and their fellow “RHODubai” pal Lesa Milan.

One scene shows the trio arguing during what appears to be dinner, during which Milano, 35, and Stanbury clash particularly violently.

“Misery loves company,” Milan tells Stanbury, to which the latter retorts, “I’m not miserable, Lesa.”

But Mina Roe’s CEO disagrees, telling the “Uncut and Uncensored” podcast host, “You’re miserable as f—k!”

While Ayan feels Stanbury’s behavior was bad, she also doesn’t like the role Milan played in the discord. She gives her now ex-girlfriend another distasteful title: “the biggest bully in the Middle East.”

The model emphasizes in her confessional that she was “disappointed” in Stanbury and “expected more” from Milan.


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After production for the second year of “Dubai” wrapped last year, Ayan finally built a stronger friendship with Stanbury as her once close bond with Milan soured.

Ayan and Milan’s fallout is teased in the new preview.

In a heated exchange on an unspecified topic, the fashion designer accuses Aya of cheating.

“I swear to God on the life of my children, God kill them, you are a liar!” Milan passionately exclaims.

Both women claim they are “done” with each other before cast member Caroline Brooks apparently celebrates their disagreement.

“Yes, the house of cards is falling,” says the Glass House of Caroline Brooks, a businesswoman in a confessional. “That’s what I’m here for, bitch!”

Milan recently told Page Six’s “Virtual Reality Tea” podcast that she was confused by Ayan’s decision to leave their friendship to pursue a relationship with Stanbury.

“I don’t get it, I really don’t get the hype. I really don’t,” Milan said of Stanbury.

“I feel like I would like to be on this side at any time. And anyone who rocks with me gets high,” the former Miami resident added before joking, “It’s looking very gold-plated and rusty over there.”

However, Milan mourns the loss of Ayan in her social circle.

“It was a real friendship and I think people can relate to that. Ayan and I, we were really best friends and… I can’t wait to see how it all plays out,” she explained.

“I must have missed something because I didn’t see it coming. So I’m just as invested as the fans,” Milan elaborated. “I really, really loved her. And it’s always sad when someone breaks up, right?”

“The Real Housewives of Dubai” airs Tuesdays at 9pm ET on Bravo.

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