In addition to addressing the “mean and humiliating” comment Camille Grammer made about Lisa Vanderpump‘s teeth, Kyle accused Lisa of having a ‘pattern of scheming.’ She also fired back at Ken Todd‘s recent post about the cast’s alleged bullying of his wife.
Kyle started out her tweetstorm last night, on July 23, by saying that she’s done her best to stay honest throughout her time on the show.
“Have you seen The Real Housewives? The Real Housewives follows a group of women’s lives and how they navigate through their friendships. We are followed by cameras that capture what we say and do. We are expected to be honest and say how we feel about any given situation,” she explained.
As fans well know, the drama surrounding Dorit Kemsley‘s decision to re-home a dog she adopted from Vanderpump Dogs, and whether or not Lisa leaked a story to Radar Online about the issue, was the main focus of season nine. Looking back, Kyle says she knew exactly what was going on when she was brought to the rescue center during the first episode of the season.
“When I was told to go to Vanderpump Dogs way back at the beginning of the season, I knew right away what was going on. I was brought there to unknowingly be a part of making Dorit look bad for entertainment purposes I suppose,” Kyle alleged.
“Dorit made a mistake,” she admitted. “She could have turned the dog back into Vanderpump Dogs. There is no disputing that. Maybe it was the $5,000 return policy that made Dorit think finding a good home for Lucy on her own was a better choice.”
In response to Ken’s recent message on Twitter, which slammed the RHOBH cast for being “vicious” to his wife at a time when she needed their support, Kyle reminded Ken that being honest isn’t bullying. She also noted that she stayed quite calm during their caught-on-camera fight, which featured Ken yelling and pointing in Kyle’s face.
Kyle then said that she found it to be odd that Lisa, who was going through a hard time, had taken it upon herself to plot against Dorit.
“If you’re going through a hard time then you would think you would be coming from a different place. Not scheming about how to make your friend look bad. Your close friend,” Kyle reasoned, adding that Lisa’s scheming was nothing new.
“It was a pattern that you would think would stop because she WAS going through a hard time. This pattern many of us had seen for so long it was hard to ignore,” she noted.
When it comes to Ken’s comment that the women focused on Puppy Gate to divert attention from their lawsuits, Kyle fired back, stating that the lawsuit against her husband, Mauricio Umansky, shouldn’t be addressed on the show because Mauricio is not a full-time cast member.
“We talk about what is going on in our GROUP,” Kyle continued. “Over these [nine] years we never discussed Ken’s and Lisa’s lawsuits (one came up briefly last year and I actually defended Ken and shot it down) we also never got into Lisa’s family, where she comes from or her background.”
“Our children and husbands are not signed up or paid to be on the show,” added Kyle. “Sorry, Ken – Only women get to hold [diamonds].”
“It seems Ken bringing up all of this stuff is to distract what started all of this in the first place,” she stated. “But bringing up things that are not relevant to what is going on in the group is a cheap shot.”
Kyle also addressed laughing at Camille’s mean comments about Lisa.
“Did we laugh? Yes. Nervous laugh. Like when you laugh in church – when you know you shouldn’t laugh but you can’t help it,” Kyle said of her reaction to Camille’s ill comments about Lisa’s teeth. “I am sorry for that.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season nine reunion concludes next Tuesday, July 30 at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.
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