Lisa Vanderpump is speaking out about an alleged take-down plot that was brewing during season four of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and she is thanking her former co-star, Joyce Giraud, for warning her.
The conversation happened on Twitter after Joyce revealed that Lisa shouldn’t have to take a lie detector test to prove herself in their friendship. Joyce, who has been a loyal friend to Lisa, shared a photo of them together on Instagram, defending her long-time friend.
“My beautiful @lisavanderpump After tonight’s episode… I want you to know that I love you and support you babe. Ps… you DONT need to do a lie detector EVER! Because I know you and the people that know you… will never doubt your integrity xoxo,” she wrote.
“Love you, thank you for being a real friend and also giving me the heads up…Just never wanted to believe it
#RHOBH,” Lisa replied to the Instagram post, which was also shared on Twitter in a snippet.
Love you,thank you for being a real friend and also giving me the heads up…Just never wanted to believe it #RHOBH
— Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) May 15, 2019
Of course, it didn’t take long for fans to ask about this supposed plot, inquiring about what Lisa meant.
“She told me how in season 4 someone came to her to try to take me down… Joyce doesn’t lie. The same person with the same agenda,” Lisa replied on Twitter.
And while Lisa didn’t specify the identity of this castmate who previously plotted to take her down, she seemingly implied Kyle was the person in question when she later retweeted an interview Joyce gave last month in which she accused Kyle of constantly trying to badmouth Lisa during her season, and then called out the RHOBH cast for allegedly bullying Lisa.
It’s no secret that Lisa has been estranged from her co-stars during this season, making fans wonder if she will skip the upcoming reunion special. During the World Dog Day Celebration this weekend, Lisa told the Hollywood Life that she has not decided whether to attend the reunion.
“I haven’t decided,” Lisa told the website. “This season with Housewives has been beyond brutal — Beyond. I’ve never experienced anything like it. I thought season two, four, and season six were bad, but this has been fifteen episodes of bashing in total.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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