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Eileen Davidson

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion has come and gone with no eleventh hour smoking gun. For that lie, I say to Andy Cohen, “I’ve had enough of you, you beast!” If the shocker was meant to be Lisa Rinna‘s text messages to Kim Richards, then, um, maybe don’t reveal that in the previews next time.

In her blog, Eileen Davidson addressed Lisa‘s texts and questioned why Kim gets to decide what can and what cannot be discussed on camera.

ICYMI, Lisa texted to Kim, “Be very careful or I will f-ck you up. You be nice to your sister, you believe her, and stop telling lies. In that order. You need to get wise. Brandi is not telling the truth. She is lying. I should have said that in that moment, but I didn’t want another Amsterdam to happen and it would have. Your behavior and the way you treat people is not okay. You are nasty and you need to be stopped now.” The threat aside, Eileen said the text was “right on.”

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“I know it wasn’t right of Lisa R to threaten Kim with the text she sent. However, I was there, in Amsterdam, and I witnessed the entire debacle between Kim and Lisa R,” explained Eileen. “I saw how Lisa R handled it. Basically, she didn’t. It was all brushed under the rug, and Lisa R never got to resolve her feelings. Kim saying that everything was fine between the two of them when they left Amsterdam is just unbelievable. Nothing was fine or resolved. We all knew that. Lisa R had deep, unresolved feelings that came out in that text. I have to say that besides texting that she would ‘f— Kim up,’ everything else was right on.”

Eileen continued, “When I went to console Lisa R (and finally got to leave that couch), the subtitles showed Brandi calling Lisa crazy. Considering Brandi and Kim’s actions this season, she should watch how carelessly she throws around that word.” 

Moving on, Eileen questioned why Kim gets away with attacking the character of others (namely Harry Hamlin and Kyle Richards) and/or refusing to explain herself on camera.

“It’s more than a little ridiculous that Kim thinks she gets to decide what we can talk about and what we can’t,” complained Eileen. “She acts like a dictator, saying and doing whatever she pleases, then tells Lisa R and Kyle to stop bringing things up. She even shushed Lisa VP. I do not understand how Kim can just drop these bombs. She insinuates horrible things about Harry and now Kyle, and then says she doesn’t want it discussed on camera. She is very good at railroading people, and I find it extremely annoying.”

About Kingsley attacked Alexia, Eileen said, “I know the topic of the dog bite was considered taboo by Kim, and therefore wasn’t allowed to be discussed anymore (again, why does she get to decide that?), but I don’t know of anyone, especially a young girl, who spends five days in the hospital, and has to have an IV drip for three weeks from a ‘little bite on a finger.’ Her bone was infected! I can’t imagine if that happened to one of my boys.”

Eileen snarked, “I guess whatever ‘secret’ Kim has on the ‘real story’ about the dog bite will be officially labeled NON-EXISTENT, just like the ‘secret’ about Harry was last week.”

“I don’t know about you people,” added Eileen, “but I am getting really fed up with Kim thinking she can just slander everyone and be really, truly cruel to her sister. I just hope Kyle can find some peace and resolution. She deserves it. All I’ve ever seen, in person and on the show, is her being a loving and supportive sister to Kim. Maybe Kim doesn’t watch Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?

Kim is vile. My heart broke for both Kyle and Alexia when Kim mocked Alexia’s injury. She showed zero empathy for Alexia’s 100% pain. 🙁 Happier thoughts… I love, love, loved Eileen’s addition to the cast and her no-nonsense blogs.

TELL US – DID LISA’S TEXTS CROSS THE LINE? IS LISA’S “I’LL F–K YOU UP” TO KIM DIFFERENT THAN BRANDI’S “I’LL KNOCK YOUR TEETH OUT” TO KYLE? HOW?

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