Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer married David C. Meyer at a private beach club in Hawaii last October, but there is already a report claiming that the marriage is in trouble. Just days after Grammer and Meyer tied the knot, their home in Malibu burned down in the Woolsey Canyon wildfire, and insiders say that things haven’t been the same since.
Sources say that they are fighting over money, and Meyer also has issues with his wife being a part of RHOBH.
“The marriage is on the rocks,” an insider told Radar Online. “(David) isn’t fond of the pressures of the show and never wanted to be on camera. He thinks she takes the show too seriously, and it spills over into their personal life.”
A second source says that Grammer is the one with the money, not her husband. She bought her own engagement ring and used her celebrity status to get free stuff for the wedding. The insider also claims that the wedding was about publicity, not love.
The strategy was for Grammer to get out of her friend status on RHOBH and back to full-time with “wedding and newlywed drama.”
It looks like her plan may have backfired because Meyer has allegedly given her an ultimatum – him or the show. And, some believe that the marriage won’t last. The source says that Grammer’s friends feel sorry for her because she is such a good person but always has terrible luck with men.
Fans will have to wait and see what happens with Grammer’s marriage, but we do know that she has some issues with her RHOBH costar Dorit Kemsley. During Andy Cohen’s epic baby shower last weekend, Grammer and Kemsley got into an argument that Cohen called “a verbal altercation.”
Andy Cohen & Erika Jayne dished on the drama between Camille Grammer & Dorit Kemsley at the baby shower! https://t.co/sd3n8mUAfx
— Reality Tea (@Realitytea) February 4, 2019
On his SiriusXM show, Andy Live!, Cohen revealed that he recorded the event, and he shared some audio clips from an upcoming Radio Andy special where he talked about Kemsley and Grammer’s feud with Erika Girardi.
He says that Camille Grammer and Kemsley were “going at it at the end of the table” during their lunch at the Palms Restaurant in Beverly Hills, and he told them to shut it down and save it for the reunion.
The new season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres February 12th on Bravo.