Lisa Vanderpump showed off a text screenshot involving Teddi Mellencamp in a new video for the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
The text string features messages between Mellencamp and an unnamed party. Although we don’t know who the texts are between, they seem to reference Vanderpump’s alleged dog drama with Dorit Kemsley.
“You need to call me today,” the person wrote to Mellencamp.
“Everything ok?” Teddi replied.
“Whenever you’re free. Girl you’re going to die,” the person stated.
“Calling now,” Mellencamp finished.
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After telling Mellencamp that they could not send the message over text, the other person presumably called the RHOBH star on her phone. She then wrote about how she is “in total shock” after hearing the news and feels sad about “her kids and that poor dog.”
Fans speculated that the texts were between Vanderpump and Mellencamp, though some thought that the latter was talking to someone else entirely.
While filming Season 9 of RHOBH, Vanderpump allegedly got into a huge fight with Kemsley over a dog she adopted from her animal shelter.
The Vanderpump Rules star thought Kemsley ditched the dog at another animal shelter, which she took major offense to. But other sources claim that Kemsley actually gave the pup to a close friend, who then gave the dog to a shelter.
Either way, Vanderpump allegedly confronted Kemsley about the adoption, which only led to more drama.
An insider claims that Vanderpump eventually learned the truth, but the accusations devastated Kemsley, who has been one of her biggest donors over the years.
Vanderpump, of course, reportedly refused to film with her co-stars this season, though she hasn’t commented on the feud rumors yet.
Although we do not know what Vanderpump was trying to prove with the texts, it is clear that her drama with Kemsley is far from over. Whether or not their feud continues into the reunion, however, is yet to be seen.
Watch all the drama go down between Lisa Vanderpump and her co-stars when Season 9 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres Feb. 12 on Bravo.