Todd Chrisley shared his thoughts about the gay rumors surrounding "Real Housewives of Orange County" star Eddie Judge.

"I think it's horrible that this world goes to such levels," Chrisley, 48, told Us Weekly. "I would never try to hurt anyone intentionally. It’s not my character."

"I find it shameful that as voyeurs, we as a society will watch on the edge of our seats the take down of another human being and applaud it. It’s barbaric. Someone's sexual orientation or race or religion isn't a weapon to be used against them," Chrisley added.

On Monday's "RHOC" episode, Gretchen Rossie and Ricky Santana attended Vicki Gunvalson's birthday party. Santana, who was Tamra Judge's former friend, claimed that he saw Eddie making out with a man several years ago, suggesting that Tamra's husband is gay.

Meghan King Edmonds tweeted during the said episode expressing her thoughts about Santana's revelation. She stressed that Santana and Tamra are not in good terms.

"Important to note: this 'best man' is no longer friends with Tamra so what's his motive? Hmm. Something's fishy," Edmonds wrote.

Tamra agreed with Edmonds and commented on her tweet. "Right! His attempt last night was confirmation that I did the right thing by getting him out of my life. He's with the right people now."

Despite the gay rumors plaguing Eddie, he and Tamra renewed their wedding vows in August. The pair jetted to Aruba to celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary by renewing their vows.

"Aruba is simply beautiful. It meant everything for Eddie and I to be able to ‘renew our I Do’s’ in such a picturesque setting, in the company of our family," Tamra said. "Cheers to a lifetime of love and adventure, from the One happy island!"

Tamra and Eddie's renewal of vows was controversial as it happened amidst her issues with her estranged daughter, Sidney. Tamra's daughter claimed that she asked her mom to avoid mentioning her on reality shows and asked her not to share her graduation photo because she doesn't want the media to pick it up. But Tamra posted the photo after a few weeks and they became a hot topic again, which did not sit well with her daughter.

Sidney urged her mom to stop "playing the innocent erase mother character." "Why would she actually try to get me back? Without the estrangements she is no longer pitied and talked about and her fame and fortune go down the tubes," Sidney wrote.

Tamra did not respond to her daughter's claim. Instead, she shared a photo of her and Eddie by the beach after their wedding on Instagram. "Celebrating love with all the hate that’s going on. May God bless your life because it’s not always easy. But God has a plan.. a big plan," she wrote in the caption.

GettyImages-460016630 Todd Chrisley speaks his mind about the gay rumors plaguing Tamra Judge's husband, Eddie Judge. Pictured: Chrisley attends KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2014 powered by LINE at Staples Center on Dec. 5, 2014 in Los Angeles. Photo: Getty Images/Michael Buckner