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Kyle Richards Says RHOBH Cast Questioning Her ‘Felt Inhumane’

Kyle Richards recently flamed her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costars over their approach to questioning her marriage. As viewers know, the driving force of Season 13 was Kyle’s marital issues with Mauricio Umansky.

News of the couple’s separation came hot off the presses and the two are still making headlines today. It was only understandable for Kyle’s castmates to want to know what was going on. Everyone wanted to know.

Unfortunately, Kyle was not very forthcoming, and she didn’t love being put under the spotlight for her secrets (purportedly). Recently, on Kelly Ripa’s podcast, Kyle discussed what it was like to have her friends questioning her as they did.

Kyle pleads for “grace” from RHOBH castmates

“The way they came at me, it was not from a loving place or a friend that said, ‘Do you need someone? Are you OK? Is everything OK? Do you need anything?’” Kyle shared. “It was unbelievable. Honestly, it felt inhumane.”

Kyle used the word “relentless” to describe the questioning, especially after having told her castmates about her struggles at the season’s beginning. “You saw, I said, ‘I’m gonna tell the girls we were having issues,’ [and] they were relentless. They wanted to know every problem.”

She also admitted she “would have” told her costars a bit more if they had “come to me in an off-camera … way.” Uh-huh. Sure, Kyle. “They also knew the other things that had gone on in my life – not just my marriage – the other stuff I was dealing with, and I was like, ‘Can you not give me some grace?”

Kyle was further miffed because she “did not do one thing to hurt anybody” else on the cast but was still “treated like that.” Sorry, did Kyle watch the same Season 13 as everyone else? Also, kind of telling that Kyle correlated being questioned with some sort of punishment.

“Why was nobody there for me to lean on?” she asked. “Obviously some more than others.” She added, “Obviously we know who was driving the bus on that situation,” likely referring to Sutton Stracke or Garcelle Beauvais.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is streaming on Peacock.