RHOBH’s Camille Grammer Calls Out Dorit Kemsley Over $10K Robbery Claims, Reacts to RHUGT Potentially Being Shelved After Caroline’s Sexual Assault Allegations Against Brandi

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RHOBH's Camille Grammer Calls Out Dorit Kemsley Over $10K Robbery Claims, Reacts to RHUGT Potentially Being Shelved After Caroline's Sexual Assault Allegations Against Brandi

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Camille Grammer shaded Dorit Kemsley‘s recollection of her second robbery on X, formerly known as Twitter, after she opened up about the traumatic incident on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

As she wondered why Dorit, 47, would be carrying $10,000 in cash, Camille, 55, looked back on her experience filming the fourth season of Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip in Morocco amid reports the season will never actually air due to Caroline Manzo’s sexual assault allegations against Brandi Glanville, 50.

“‘Ultimate Girls Trip’ Morocco is probably never going to air, and now they are thinking about tabling [RHONY: Legacy] also,” an insider told Page Six on November 2. “NBC is really pissed off because they feel like Bravo let [production company] Shed ruin multiple shows, RHONY obviously [being one].”

Meanwhile, a different source close to Peacock said RHONY: Legacy will air as planned, despite the recent claims of racism from Ramona Singer, 66, and added that no decisions have been made about season four of RHUGT.

RHONY: Legacy is still going on at BravoCon, and the trailer premiere still going ahead as planned, so no decisions have been made,” the source noted of the upcoming sneak peek, which will reportedly be aired during this weekend’s fan event. “[It] will be an enormous elephant in the room.”

“The speculation is not coming from higher-ups, but people internally are wondering,” the source added.

According to the first source, the sexual abuse lawsuit filed against Bravo by an RHUGT butler from season two and Leah McSweeney‘s upcoming lawsuit against the network are putting heat on the network to make changes.

As fans will recall, Caroline, 62, left filming in Morocco early in January of this year after Brandi allegedly touched her “vaginal area” and gave her “unwanted” kisses.

However, in a tweet, Brandi seemingly refuted the claims.

“I was hired for a 2nd season of girls trip cuz they LOVED what I did on 1st season I was told to bring the party just like before & that’s exactly what I did & I was punished for it,” she wrote. “It feels like a f–king set up. It’s BS & Caroline was fine.”

Following the news of the potential shelving of RHUGT season four, Camille took to her X account and admitted, “This stinks.”

RHOBH Camille Grammer Reacts to Possible Shelving of RHUGT

She also responded to a fan who suggested, “It seems they could just not show that part of the night?”

“I didn’t see anything I have not seen before while filming. I have seen much worse on other reality show,” Camille noted.

RHOBH Camille Grammer on RHUGT Experience Amid Shelving Rumors

Then, in a third message, Camille weighed in on this week’s episode of RHOBH, which featured Dorit sharing details about her second robbery, noting that it sent her back in her recovery from her home invasion in 2022.

“Who puts 10k in their purse to go shopping?” Camille wondered. “And where did some of the ladies personalities go? Body snatchers.”

RHOBH Camille Grammer Calls Out Dorit Kemsley Robbery

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 13 airs on Wednesday nights at 8/7c on Bravo.


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