LeeAnne Locken has been very vocal about her feelings about Cary and Mark Deuber's relationship this season of The Real Housewives of Dallas. However, there was one moment this season that had her genuinely worried about the marriage.
LeeAnne recently told E! News that she "was concerned" after watching their first on-camera argument on RHOD this season. "I called D'Andra [Simmons] and I was like, 'Are they going to be OK? Do we need to step in? Should we say something? What do we do?' And D'Andra goes, 'Oh, no. That's just them.' So I truly believe that's their relationship," she shared. "They think that's love and that's funny and that's how they are with each other in real life. It's not for me, and I don't think it's for a lot of people."
The RHOD charity queen also addressed whether or not she regrets that hot mic moment when she repeated the rumor about Mark's sexuality to Brandi Redmond right before she underwent surgery on her breasts. "It's hard to regret something you don't remember. I took medication before I left my house and then I took medication again when I got to the doctor's office. So for me, I think if you look at the moment on the boat, when Brandi tells me what I said, the look on my face is, 'Really, Locken? You can't shut the eff up for five minutes? You don't have to repeat everything you know!'" LeeAnne explained to E! News. "I beat myself, but then you know what? I was like, 'You said it, own it.' If the information is in my head and somebody tells me that I said it, whether I remember it or not, it's probably true. So I owned it."
Mark commented on the speculation about his sexuality when The Daily Dish caught up with him and Cary last month. "Well, I mean, one way to deal with that is you have to laugh about it because it's ridiculous. I know what I am, but at the same time, I'm into girls. I'm only into girls. I'm really only into this girl," Mark said, referring to Cary. "But it's sad that people throw this around to try to hurt people because there are people out there who are in the closet or are worried about coming out, and they're struggling every day. And here is someone who says she's a friend of the LGBT community, and she's kind of throwing it around like, 'Look at this guy over here,' and laughing about it. And I don't see how you're a friend to a community where there are people who are really struggling with these issues, and they have a hard time. They don't have the same equality that they deserve, that everyone deserves. It's a really tragic thing."
Watch Mark and Cary open up about the gossip, below.