Sutton Stracke Says Drama On Season 11 Of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Is “Not One-Person-Centric” And That “No One’s Drama-Free”

Last season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, newbie Sutton Stracke was a Friend of the Housewives. Sutton is southern, sassy, and only wears couture. She had hoped to be a full-time cast member, but she wasn’t able to film enough of her personal life to make it work.

RHOBH viewers saw Sutton’s dismay because co-star Kyle Richards didn’t put out place cards at her dinner party. Then, Sutton called pregnant co-star Teddi Mellencamp “boring” during a game of first impressions. That’s right- Sutton made poor Teddi cry. While Sutton owned that she can be “snobby,” she stated, “I’m not a mean girl.”

Sutton’s RHOBH dream came true when she was given her very own diamond for Season 11. The trailer for the season, which was shared on the Queens of Bravo Twitter page, showed that much of the season will revolve around Erika Girardi. Duh.

Not only do Sutton and Erika go at it in the trailer, newbie Crystal Minkoff also comes for Sutton. Crystal called her “an inappropriate awkward person, because you’re jealous.” Ouch!

Erika is currently a passenger on the struggle bus. She announced in November of 2020 that she was divorcing her husband of 21 years, high-powered attorney Tom Girardi. Tom allegedly pocketed money that should have gone to widowers, widows, and orphans just to supplement the Girardi’s opulent lifestyle. The fact that Erika spent $40,000 per month on her glam squad makes me cringe.


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There were also allegations that Erika and Tom’s divorce was just a sham to protect their assets. Tom is buried under mountains of debt. And he was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and lost his license to practice law.

So, while Erika’s other RHOBH co-stars have been supportive, Sutton wasn’t buying Erika’s victim routine. So, viewers can expect a lot of conflict between these two ladies.

But it sounds like this season is going to be different than previous ones. Sutton told Page Six, “I think we all brought our own little pinch of drama. No one’s drama-free.” She added, “I think we’re all kind of in the drama craft this season.” I am here for it!

Sutton spilled some more tea that will have fans rejoicing. “It’s a good thing because it’s not one-person-centric. This is really an all-cast event,” Sutton shared. “Everybody is kind of mixed in something and has their own thing going, which is fun. It’s exciting.”


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Hopefully that means the end of focusing on one main story line, like puppygate in Season 9, and last season’s hook-up drama between Denise Richards and Brandi Glanville.  I cannot stand another season-long story arc.

Sutton continued, “We all, at the end of the day, care for each other and want each other to be happy and successful. So, there’s a lot of trial and tribulation.” That sounds promising for a juicy season. “I think we’re going to have a good season. I’m excited for it,” Sutton added.


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