RHOBH's Kyle Richards Says Ken 'Made Things Worse' During Fight with Lisa Vanderpump, Calls Their Reaction

Kyle Richards went via a single of the “most hard moments” of her reality tv profession through Tuesday’s episode of The Genuine Housewives of Beverly Hills.

In her newest weblog for Bravo Television, Kyle opened up about the final moments of her friendship with Lisa Vanderpump soon after very first taking aim at the restauranteur’s therapy of Teddi Mellencamp and her alleged lies about Dorit Kemsley more than a story she was accused of leaking to Radar On the internet.

Speaking of Teddi and her work to raise cash for the Vanderpump Dogs Foundation, regardless of obtaining significant challenges with Lisa at the time, Kyle mentioned Teddi’s charity occasion was “clearly not appreciated” by Lisa and asked why Lisa would go out of her way to act as if Teddi’s donations of “a couple of thousand dollars right here and there” weren’t very good sufficient.

Following Teddi’s occasion, she and the ladies went to lunch, exactly where they right away questioned Kyle about regardless of whether or not Lisa had sold stories in the previous.

“I grappled with taking the simple way out OR telling the truth. I am not a liar,” Kyle admitted. “I took the hard route by saying what I honestly felt the truth was, all the even though being aware of Lisa V would be angry that I didn’t blindly defend her. I wanted to. Trust me. But I just could not sit there and say some thing I didn’t think to be accurate.”

Just after the lunch date, Kyle was observed going to Lisa’s house in Beverly Hills, exactly where the friendship involving the ladies came to an abrupt finish.

“As quickly as I brought up the conversation and what was mentioned, Lisa and then Ken went from zero to 100,” Kyle recalled. “Their reaction was so intense it shocked me. This is not the very first time this subject has come up more than the years and it has under no circumstances been met with this sort of a reaction.”

While Kyle wanted to speak to Lisa alone, Ken Todd swiftly entered into the scene and started shouting at Kyle.

“Ken screaming at me produced it so a lot worse than it required to be. I kept pondering. ‘Do not cry, do not cry.’ I was shocked I stayed as calm as I did in spite of how angry Ken was,” Kyle explained. “I attempted to clarify to Lisa that even although I felt what I felt and mentioned what I mentioned, I do care about her and that I believed I WAS becoming a buddy by telling her about the conversation, even if it wasn’t what she wanted to hear.”

“I nonetheless do not have an understanding of why they had such a serious reaction,” she continued. “It didn’t have to be like this. We could have sat down as two buddies and talked it out, even if we ended up agreeing to disagree. That is what buddies do… I under no circumstances imagined losing a friendship more than this.”

Kyle also added that she believed the concern had come to be larger than just Dorit and the dog Lucy.

“This is no longer about the dog or if Dorit should have just provided the dog back to Lisa. This is about friendships and trust, or lack thereof,” she explained.

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The Genuine Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo Television.

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