After going to battle with Crystal Kung-Minkoff over race issues and later suffering a meltdown after feeling that her castmates were talking behind her back, Sutton labeled the trip as the “worst weekend of her life.”
“I hated every minute,” Sutton admitted to Access Hollywood on the latest episode of Housewives Nightcap.
“My biggest mistake was that I didn’t listen to Crystal,” she continued. “I kind of interrupted her and I wish I hadn’t done that because I think she was making a really good point and I missed it. She had a moment to get her voice out there and I kind of took it away from her.”
Following her dispute with Crystal, Sutton offered a heartfelt apology to her castmate on Instagram, and Crystal ultimately accepted the gesture in a public post of her own.
“I apologized to her for that. And I apologized to the viewers for that because I think they had an opportunity to hear her side,” Sutton stated. “What this show does is you get to learn from mistakes and that’s what I love about it. It’s a growing experience and every moment we learn. I experienced things and I learned things. And I came out a little different.”
While Sutton confirmed that she and Crystal were currently in a “good place,” she admitted that certain things that took place between them were still “hurtful” and “raw.”
She also reacted to Crystal recently saying that she stirred the pot more than anyone else during RHOBH season 11.
“I think stirring the pot is thinking ahead to try to mess people up but being honest is just being honest. It comes with no pretense. I’m going to be honest. If you ask me something, I’m not going to sugarcoat it. I just can’t do it,” Sutton explained.
When Sutton was then asked about what fans would see of Erika Jayne‘s legal drama and divorce from Thomas Girardi on the show, Sutton said that while she wasn’t sure how everything would play out, Erika did find herself in the hot seat on a number of occasions.
“I can tell you that lots of questions were asked… I think all of us want her to come through this successfully. There’s not one person in our group that wants to see Erika go down or be hurt,” Sutton confirmed.
Also during the interview, Sutton threw some major shade at the Fox Force Five, which consists of Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley, and Teddi Mellencamp, when asked about their recent outing in Los Angeles.
“It means Sutton’s not invited. And [Garcelle Beauvais]’s not invited,” Sutton replied when asked about what the group’s title meant.
Sutton then accused her co-stars of being immature.
“We don’t play like that. We don’t play in the sandbox. We grew up and went to college and got diplomas,” she stated.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.