The gloves are coming off when it comes to the ongoing feud involving Lisa Vanderpump and her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmates. The latest person to take on Lisa is Dorit Kemsley, who isn’t holding back at all in her latest blog.
According to Dorit, Lisa wasn’t being honest when she stated on the latest episode of RHOBH that Lucy, the dog she adopted from Vanderpump Dogs, ended up at a kill shelter. Additionally, Dorit feels that Lisa’s “poison-laced comments” are meant to make her look like a “horrible person,” as she also accuses Lisa of pretending to forgive people just so others can see her as “innocent.”
“I feel sick to my stomach hearing Lisa V say in her interview that Lucy ended up in a kill shelter,” revealed Dorit in her Bravo blog on February 20. “It was conﬁrmed to Lisa V and I both that it was NOT a kill shelter, that Lucy was never in danger nor brought to a kill shelter, and yet she and her team are relentless in trying to inﬂate the story. Lucy was at the shelter for an hour before the shelter contacted Vanderpump Dogs.”
She continued, “When I watch her interview, I question if her seemingly kind but poison-laced comments are designed to set me up or simply make me out to look like a horrible person.”
Dorit then calls out Lisa for saying she has forgiven her, only to then act like the opposite. In fact, she claims that Lisa only pretends to forgive others as a means of appearing innocent.
“Friends don’t tell friends they’re not upset about something then go and act the complete opposite way,” shared Dorit. “For whatever reason, Lisa V fakes forgiveness as a means of appearing innocent or to make it look like she’s doing you a huge favor when in reality she’s stirring a big pot of passive aggressiveness that eventually reveals itself through snarky jabs.”
Dorit also addressed Lisa’s jabs towards her during the cast’s plane ride to the Bahamas.
“Out of all the women, I choose Lisa V to share a suite with me, and I’m sadly met with a jab. She might think she’s being funny, but quite frankly her comments are oﬀ-putting, unnecessary, and ultimately bring a weird vibe to the group,” she said.
“It’s as though she wants to be the center of attention and in order to do so she must make jokes at other peoples’ expense,” continued Dorit. “All I could think to myself in that moment was I wish I had chosen someone else to share the suite with me. Her behavior was odd, especially for someone who’s supposed to be my best friend of the group.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesday nights at 9/8c on Bravo.
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