RHOBH Star Lisa Vanderpump Claims Her Friendship With Kyle Richards Is Beyond Repair
Lisa Vanderpump's friendship with Kyle Richards may have reached the point of no return. In her new blog post, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star slammed Richards because of Puppygate and admitted that they are "finished."
Vanderpump started her post by sharing how the past year has been difficult following her brother's tragic passing. The reality star admitted that she did not cope well with the family loss and that depression got the best of her. Vanderpump then addressed Richards' drama with her husband, Ken Todd. Richards and Todd got into a heated argument that resulted in him kicking her out of his house.
"For me to put my hand to God and swear on my children’s life and still have my friend disbelieve me is unacceptable," Vanderpump wrote. "That is where the show started but is ultimately where our friendship finished."
According to Us Magazine , Vanderpump also discussed the ongoing feud between her and Dorit Kemsley. As fans are aware, a dog that Kemsley originally adopted from Vanderpump's pet rescue — and ultimately gave to another family — was discovered in a kill shelter.
Vanderpump took Kemsley to task for the mistake, and other RHOBH stars, like Teddi Mellencamp, Kyle Richards and Lisa Rinna, quickly sided with Kemsley.
In fact, Rinna later slammed Vanderpump for trying to use the drama to launch another spin-off with Bravo. Vanderpump was allegedly in talks to start a show based on her pet rescue company, Vanderpump Dogs, and was using the drama to drum up support.
Amid all of the drama, Vanderpump revealed that she has not watch any new episodes of the show because she does not want to dig up painful memories. She then stated that the cast getaway to the Bahamas was supposed to be relaxing but ended up being a rollercoaster of emotions.
It is unclear if Lisa Vanderpump will be able to salvage her friendships on the show or if she will walk away once the season is over. Either way, it sounds like we are in for one drama-filled reunion once the season is a wrap.
New episodes of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills air Tuesday nights on Bravo.