Interestingly the former Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star is finally admitting that she has battled with alcoholism for most of adult life and has been in and out of rehab. Obviously this has majorly affected the lives of Kim’s four children, Brooke, Whitney, Chad, and Kimberly.
On last night’s the Mother/Daughter Experiment, Dr. Debbie challenged the moms and daughters to participate in mock-funerals for each other. Oh goody! Most of the moms and daughters were deeply and profoundly moved by the experience – not Kim Richards!
In a preview for next week’s episode, Krista finally admits that Courtney’s suspicions were correct– Krista did once have feelings for Doug. A heartbroken Courtney breaks down into sobs, while Krista threatens to leave the therapy house. However, in a few different interviews Krista says there is much, much more to the story and it was Doug who wanted more from their relationship!
Courtney Stodden and Krista Keller are such an extreme level of dysfunction it’s practically nullified the other moms/daughters, uniting them in their shared astonishment at the of f–ked uppityness. Everyone overtly gawks at the crazy. The collective question everyone wants an answer to: Why would Krista would allow her 16-year-old daughter to marry a 51-year-old? No one gets a straight answer, just a lot of subterfuge and obfuscation around the point.
Kim said she is “doing great” since Monty Brinson‘s passing. “I was not really sure how I would be,” admitted Kim. “I was a little nervous myself. But, my family and I, we’re all sticking very close together. He’s our angel over us. It’s amazing. I’m doing great.” Kim went on to explain why she’s keeping the details about her recovery private this go-round.
Last night was the premiere of The Mother/Daughter Experiment, where six mother and daughter duos sought televised therapy to mend their complicated emotional issues. Becuase that always turns out well, right?!
Kim Richards and her daughter Kimberly Jackson arrive first. It’s clear that Kim is putting on an ‘I’m so not about drama’ act in the hopes that no one watching this show has also seen Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills (We have.). It turns out the moms and daughters have to share a room, which isn’t too weird for Kim and Kimberly who usually share a bed. Kimberly seems sweet and like she was bamboozled into doing this.