Lisa Rinna spouted off about her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star Lisa Vanderpump on her blog following Tuesday's show, when she and Eileen Davidson chatted during a trip to the beach. After making some rather shocking accusations against some of her other co-stars--Kyle Richards and Yolanda Foster--she summed her feelings up in writing.
— lisa rinna (@lisarinna) March 9, 2016
"Let me give you a little history lesson," Lisa Rinna wrote. "Last year when I came into this group, LVP was knocked down, shattered, and she felt ganged up on and beaten down by this group of women. She spent hours telling me about how horrible they had all been to her and how she had done nothing wrong. She was so happy to have me there as her support and I felt that. I heard over and over again how awful these women were to LVP. I reminded her that I needed to have my own opinion of the group, and I couldn't let how she feels dictate my opinion of them. She really felt victimized. This was a broken woman, so I came into the group being her support...her cheerleader, so to speak. I give people the benefit of the doubt, and if that makes me a people pleaser then so be it. I always prefer to see the good and not the bad in people whenever I can. So yes, I did protect LVP and stand by her...I wouldn't change that. That's what friends do."
"And yes, I have also seen LVP try to pit people against each other, but because of my loyalty to her, I haven't openly addressed how it has affected me up until this point," Rinna continued. "I fully own the fact that I brought up the Munchausen convo that I had with my hairdresser. From the start, I didn't feel good about having that particular conversation, and when I brought it to Kyle and LVP, they were the first ones to bring up the inconsistencies about Yolanda and her illness! LVP called me and encouraged me to share the conversation I had with my hairdresser. I own the fact that I was the one to use the word Munchausen, and let me be very clear here: No one put a gun to my head, and I take full responsibility for bringing the topic up. I own that. But LVP simply needs to own the fact that she encouraged me. That's all."
Even though Eileen Davidson appeared shocked by some of what Lisa Rinna told her at the beach, she shared on her own blog that she knew more about Rinna's claims than she let on.
— Bravotv (@Bravotv) March 9, 2016
"Since Lisa R. confessed that Lisa V. had prompted her to mention it, I have to confess something, too: I already knew that," Davidson wrote. "Lisa R. had told me of past instances where she had felt pressured from Lisa V. to say or do something. That knowledge was underneath my reaction to her at Wally's, and frankly underneath a lot of things that have happened in the last weeks."
Is the proverbial you-know-what about to hit the fan on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Has Lisa Rinna lost patience with all the antics and lies that affect so many of her cast mates?
@lisarinna I feel the same. Love you! ❤️???
— Eileen Davidson (@eileen_davidson) March 8, 2016
It will be very interesting to learn in the upcoming episodes of the show if even some of what Lisa Rinna unleashed is actually true.