Kyle Richards Addresses Allegations That Infidelity Led to Marital Issues With Mauricio Umansky, Plus Camille Grammer Shades Kyle for Calling Out Costars’ Treatment of Her When Kyle Needed “Friends and Support”

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Kyle Richards Addresses Allegations That Infidelity Led to Marital Issues With Mauricio Umansky, Plus Camille Grammer Shades Kyle for Calling Out Costars’ Treatment of Her When Kyle Needed “Friends and Support”

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Kyle Richards addressed allegations that infidelity led to her marriage issues with Mauricio Umansky – as former castmate Camille Grammer shaded an interview of Kyle calling out co-stars for coming for her when she was struggling.

Last July, PEOPLE published an article revealing Kyle and Mauricio’s separation. At the time, Kyle was filming the current season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now, viewers can see Kyle’s reaction, captured by Bravo cameras.

“Ever since that [PEOPLE] article came out, it’s like I’m seeing, you know, ‘Oh it’s obviously because Mo cheated, or now Kyle has cheated,'” said Kyle in a preview for the upcoming episode, which was shared by @bravohousewives on Instagram.

“What is the truth with that?” asked Erika Jayne.

“There’s literally nothing to do with anybody else! This is really just about Mo and me,” Kyle answered. “It’s not about … external family. It’s not about another person on his side or my side.”

When asked if Mauricio has acknowledged the pain Kyle’s going through, she shared her belief that he “likes to pretend that everything’s okay, which makes it hard sometimes.”

She claimed that when they first met, she and Mauricio were “complete opposites,” which “worked.” Kyle said she kept him “safe,” and Mauricio encouraged her to “take chances in life.”

Kyle cried as she shared that she doesn’t feel “proud” anymore despite being married for over 25 years.

“It’s a let down,” she explained. “For me. For him. For the kids. For people that don’t even know us. I mean, complete strangers are like, ‘We looked up to you guys. You made us believe in true love.'”

Erika then stated that “everybody else’s opinion” can go “f**k off.”

“And [what] if we can’t work it out?” asked Kyle later in the video.

Around the same time, Kyle’s ex-castmate Camille reacted to an interview of Kyle seemingly calling out co-stars for “coming at” her when she was “struggling so much personally,” and she needed “friends and support.”

Camille (who Kyle seemingly went after in season one amid Camille’s divorce from Kelsey Grammer) shared her opinion about the interview.

“That’s exactly how I felt the first season,” wrote Camille in a comment shared by @commentsbybravo on Instagram.

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