RHOBH Recap: Kyle Calls Sutton a “F–king B-tch” After Magic Mike Meltdown as Dorit Calls Out Garcelle for Saying She Doesn’t Trust Cast With Kids

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RHOBH Recap: Kyle Calls Sutton a "B*tch" After Magic Mike Meltdown as Dorit Calls Out Garcelle for Saying She Doesn’t Trust Cast With KidsKyle Richards lashed out at Sutton Stracke on Wednesday night’s new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after learning she said the Magic Mike show they were seeing in Las Vegas wasn’t her “brand.”

As the cast visited Sin City to celebrate the 40th birthday of Crystal Kung-Minkoff, Garcelle Beauvais, 56, admitted to feeling that she couldn’t trust the group with her kids, prompting an angry reaction from Dorit Kemsley, 47. Plus, Sutton, 52, stormed out of Magic Mike, complaining that the performance made her “uncomfortable.”

On the November 8 episode of RHOBH, Erika Jayne, 52, who arranged for the ladies to see the show, and Crystal were picked to go on stage, and right away, Sutton seemed to be set off.

“I wore pants for f*cking nothing!” she exclaimed, signaling to an instruction she received ahead of the show.

After seeing her castmate’s reaction, Garcelle suspected Sutton’s feelings were hurt that she wasn’t chosen to go on stage as Dorit suggested Sutton wanted to be the “center of attention.”

“That’s not okay … What the f*ck was that?” Sutton said to herself as she walked amid the performance. “I don’t do that.”

Then, after Garcelle followed and asked what was wrong, Sutton declared, “I’m f*cking pissed. That f*cking sucked.”

“It was a fun show until I saw my two friends, they had their legs wide open, the man’s face inside their crotch,” she continued. “I’m on the board for American Ballet Theater, I don’t have friends that get up on stages and have men’s faces in their crotch. Y’all can have fun, you can clap along and think it’s great. I live by a different standard for myself. For myself.”

After Kyle, 54, enjoyed her own time on stage, where she had “whipped cream licked off of me,” she too went to check on Sutton.

“Whipped cream licked off of you is silly and stupid. Spreading your legs open … no,” Sutton told her.

In confessionals, both Garcelle and Kyle pointed out that Sutton’s reaction seemed overly intense.

“All of a sudden she’s freaking out in the bathroom, she’s yelling in the lobby. Hurricane Sutton is here! I mean, my god,” Garcelle shared.

But according to Sutton, her outburst had “nothing to do with the pants.”

“You all enjoy the strip club show that you all came to see, I don’t want to! My brand is not that,” she told the ladies. “We’re not gonna blame the pants, that’s not what this is about. I am very uncomfortable with that whole thing. Sorry, call me a prude. I don’t care, it’s who I am.”

As Sutton ranted on, Kyle encouraged her to stop making a scene.

“Shut up!” Sutton replied.

“Don’t be a b*tch, Sutton!” Kyle fired back, proceeding to mention Sutton’s “brand” comment, which Sutton denied.

“You’re such a b*tch, you are and you hit really low, Kyle,” Sutton said. “Here we are again with Kyle, she’s walked into a conversation she did not hear.”

“Now you’re being a b*tch!” Kyle responded. “Don’t you be a f*cking b*tch to me!”

Later, while playing a cheeky game with her castmates, Sutton, the self-appointed “prude,” revealed a number of racy things about herself, including that she would have sex twice daily if she were in a relationship and that she owns plenty of sex toys which she uses frequently.

Also in the episode, Garcelle and Dorit butted heads over Garcelle’s lingering concerns regarding the group’s feelings toward her family.

“I have something on my mind that I want to share,” Garcelle informed the group at the end of the episode. “Last night when we were sitting at the table and we were talking about Oliver, I felt disingenuine for myself because I felt like what I really wanted to say is that I don’t know if I trust you guys when it comes to my family. I know you said some nice things, but I’m just telling you my truth. I mean, I think because I’m still a little bit with the laughing of Jax.”

In a confessional, Garcelle acknowledged that she accepted the apologies of her castmates, including Erika and Kyle, after they were seen laughing at Erika’s explicit chatter around her son Jax. However, she also stated that she’s still in a place that’s vulnerable when it comes to her family.

“I didn’t laugh at Jax,” Dorit clarified back in the scene.

“I know you said that. But I just feel like I want to protect my family and I want to protect, and I feel like I still want to protect my family from this group,” Garcelle explained.

Meanwhile, in her own confessional, Dorit said Garcelle’s statements were hurtful and angered her.

Still, Garcelle pressed on with her concerns.

“It doesn’t feel like I trust this group with my family. Like, Jax and I’ve been going through some stuff, and if I’m in this group, I want to feel like my kids, that you’d want to protect them too, like I would if somebody came after your kids,” she told the women.

“It’s been over a year,” Dorit replied. “You’ve known us for three years. You know people. If they are good people…”

“I’m not saying you’re a horrible person. I think you’re taking it wrong,” Garcelle interjected.

Although Sutton didn’t say much during the conversation, she shaded Dorit and her husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley, 56, in a confessional, pointing out that Dorit did nothing when PK laughed at Erika’s offensive antics.

“When you watch your husband making fun of a child and you don’t say anything, you’re just as responsible,” Sutton stated.

As the scene continued, Dorit argued against Garcelle.

“To say I don’t trust, that I don’t trust you with my kids, that hits right in my heart,” she admitted. “To say, ‘Listen, I don’t trust that your feelings about my kids are genuine,’ is hurtful.”

“It was also hurtful to me!” Garcelle clapped back. “I don’t understand why you can’t just understand how I feel. It’s not about you being a mom. It’s about how I feel.”

Then, in a confessional, Garcelle explained her issue with Dorit.

“We all know that she talks a lot, but I don’t think she listens. She takes things and then makes them personal and then she becomes the victim,” she noted.

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


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