Kyle Richards Shares What She Wishes Didn’t Air on RHOBH as Rinna Shares Why She Used to ‘Cry Every Night’ and Erika Claims She’s “Winning” Legal Battles

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Kyle Richards Shares What She Wishes Didn't Air on RHOBH as Rinna Admits She's Her "Own Worst Enemy" and Erika Says She's "Winning" Legal Battles

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Kyle Richards has more than a couple of regrettable moments from her 12 seasons on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But during Friday’s “Thrills in Beverly Hills” panel at BravoCon, she explained which season 12 moment she wished hadn’t aired.

Amid the drama-filled three-part reunion, Kyle shared what she would love to take back as Lisa Rinna opened up about the “roughest year of [her] life” and Erika Jayne said that when it comes to her ongoing legal saga, she’s finally “winning” some of her battles.

“So many things,” Kyle replied when asked about what she wished hadn’t been seen on RHOBH by panel host Brad Goreski. “I can go back to [Garcelle Beauvais]’s birthday. I was overserved. I think also.. a lot gets lost, especially [in] a friendship. They don’t always highlight your fun and good stuff.”

And after admitting that season 12 was “rough,” giving the nod to her mom Lois Rinna‘s death last November, Lisa said, “It’s probably been the roughest year of my life.”

“I used to say that being a soap opera was more difficult than being a housewife, but it’s more difficult being a housewife, way more difficult. And I used to cry myself every night when I was doing a soap because we would have 40 pages of dialogue every night after work,” she shared. “I don’t cry as much on the Housewives at night, but it’s a lot harder because it’s real. And these are people that I do care about, and we get into conflicts that we don’t plan, we don’t think are going to happen, and it’s very, very hard.”

Season 12 was especially hard for Lisa due to her struggles with grief. In fact, after telling the BravoCon audience, “I’m just so lucky that she was my mom and I come from her,” Lisa admitted she’s been a mess on social media in recent months.

“I’m my own worst enemy,” she declared. “I will say that that is kind of how I reacted to everything this year, and I wouldn’t recommend it. I would recommend going to a therapist.”

As the questions moved to Erika, she offered an update on her legal drama.

“It’s never really stopped because the turmoil in my life got heavier … [But] I’m winning,” she shared. “I’m doing really well, and I’m very pleased about that because once all this started, all I asked for was time … So two years now down the road, we’re doing great things, and I’m grateful for that. I have more to go, but I’m in a much better place.”

Erika also said, “Housewives have reached out to me, and I’m very grateful for that.”

As for Sutton Stracke, she said her hardest moment of season 12 was the brutal verbal attack she endured in Aspen, much of which came courtesy of Diana Jenkins.

“The Aspen night was the hardest for me to watch because a lot more had happened before the c-word got thrown at me… And I saw a shell of myself,” she shared. “I was very broken, and I was really kind of tired of getting beaten up, and I saw my face on television not looking myself… But I’ll say this, I came out of the season stronger than ever.”

“So y’all can try to beat me up again I don’t care cuz I’m just gonna get up again,” she added.

Also, during the panel, Erika said that season 12 was a bit better for her than season 11.

“Last year was like going to your execution, and so this year, I mean, I survived,” she reasoned.

Then, in a somewhat cryptic manner, Lisa said that when it comes to Kathy Hilton‘s meltdown in Aspen, there’s more to be revealed.

“I don’t think the whole story’s been told yet,” she teased.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 reunion continues with part two next Wednesday, October 19, at 8/7c on Bravo.