Oh Kim Richards, say it isn’t so! You finally got rid of the gay bull mastiff and were getting your life back on track. As you all know,Real Housewives of Beverly Hills can be extremely uncomfortable to watch with all of the meltdowns, the bullying, and the addictions. No good old fashioned table flipping with this group…they are all about booze, narcotics, and minimal food.
While Kyle Richards outed her sister at the end of the first season for being an alcoholic, we had to watch her slur and struggle her way through the ladies’ sophomore season, missing planes left and right and locking herself in bathrooms. After heading to rehab, Kim seemed to be on the straight and narrow. However, after her recent nose job, there are rumors that her surgery has her back on painkillers.
Willie Hantz, who was expelled from the Big Brother house last week, was arrested outside of a bar early yesterday morning in Lafayette, LA. Willie was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI).
TMZ reports that the Lafayette City Police Department was called to the bar for a fight. There was no fight when the police arrived. However, since they were there, the police helped clear out a big crowd outside the bar. That’s when they saw Willie inside a yellow Camaro and, according to TMZ, driving towards the back of the parking lot.
Look out Industry State, the Sister Wives are coming for you! Kody Brown, his hair, and his flock of wives are suing the state of Utah and the county where they used to live citing that its bigamy statute is unconstitutional. The law prohibits people from having more than one legitimate marriage license (which isn’t odd, as polygamy laws go), but it also makes it illegal for someone to hold out as having multiple spouses, even without marriage licenses. The statute also cites it’s illegal for unmarried couples who share a sexual relationship to cohabitate. Essentially the Sister Wives lawsuit could have ramifications on unwed couples who live together as well as homosexual couples who cohabitate.
Kody and his harem allege that they were forced to leave the state to avoid prosecution, but the state’s attorney explains that he won’t prosecute polygamous couples unless there are other charges waged against them. He reveals that people often equate polygamy with sexual abuse and underage girls being promised to older men, and that isn’t the case with the Browns.
More of the same old, same old on Vh1’s Hollywood Exes. The only exception being Andrea Kelly‘s new man! She says the “ex to R. Kelly” pill is a usually a tough one to swallow. Will new guy Percy handle it well or run for the hills? Before we get to the interesting part of the episode, we start with Nicole Murphy‘s house hunting woes. She renovates her house, someone offers to buy it for a ridiculous amount of money, and she cashes in. Boohoo.
Nicole (ex to Eddie Murphy) meets with her assistant Sandra to firm up the moving timeline. She’s already stressed about the money fraud case, now she has to tackle moving. She says, “That’s a lot of house to pack up!” Are we supposed to believe she’s not hiring movers?
Jessica Canseco (ex to Jose Canseco), Mayte Garcia (ex to Prince), and Andrea are heading to a single’s mixer. Mark is their matchmaker. Jessica thinks he’s cute. Blah, not really – she must have had a few drinks on the way to the bar.
On this week’s episode of Real Housewives of New York we met the incorrigible skirt-chasing Papaviva. Aviva Drescher‘s dad, George, shares Pinot Singer‘s lack of tact (although his seems deliberate) and her penchant for the outrageous; naturally Aviva thought he would be perfect for Pinot bestie and fellow sexy times enthusiast Sonja Morgan.
Since this was filmed during a time when everyone was getting along, Sonja seemed game for the set-up. Well, uuuhhh… as evidenced by the previews – and by Sonja’s most recent Bravo blog; things have changed. And now Sonja is not so keen on Aviva‘s attempt to play matchmaker. Or Aviva in general!