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'Sin City Rules': Woman Declares 'I Am God' At Charity Event (VIDEO)

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It might well have been called "The Real Housewives of Las Vegas" had it wound up on Bravo, but instead it's on TLC and called "Sin City Rules." The team is from the same production company that's behind a couple of those "Real Housewives" franchises -- "Beverly Hills" and "Orange County" to be exact.

The show purports to be about powerful women in the Las Vegas scene, but it seems to be more about women being catty and fighting. Or, in the case of Lana Fuchs, declaring that they are "God."

Okay, that's a little unfair. Lana did get up on stage at a charity event and say, "I am God!" It was off-putting to many of the people in attendance, but it appears to have just been her ill-conceived attempt at marketing.

Her company, Billionaire Mafia, makes t-shirts emblazoned with the words "I Am God." So she was likely referring to that, but maybe she should have held up a t-shirt, or mentioned the product with her declaration.

The Hollywood Reporter admits that the show is entertaining, but that doesn't make it great television.

Will you tune in to TLC's "Sin City Rules" on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET?

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