Camille has faced many adversities over the past nine seasons of Beverly Hills, including an ugly divorce from Kelsey Grammer, a battle with cancer and the recent loss of her home in the Woolsey Fire in Malibu. One sensitive matter that has not come up in the media lately is Camille’s alleged assault by then-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulosin 2013. Now, Camille is asking for a media ban when the case finally goes to trial next month.
When you think of Malibu, what comes to mind? Probably beautiful beaches, expensive real estate and the chance of running into a celebrity at the grocery store. Some of the wealthiest people in the world call Malibu their home. As an occasional visitor to Malibu myself, I know that the community is a little bit of paradise.
But paradise can come at a cost, as Malibu is particularly vulnerable to natural disasters. Last November, Malibu took a major hit when the Woolsey fire tore through the city. More than 400 homes were lost. Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hillsstar Eileen Davidson had fire scorch her gates, but her home was saved. Camille Grammer was not so lucky, as her home was destroyed.
Of course it is going to be major news when a Real Housewife gets married. This is especially true for super villain turned fan favorite Camille Grammer. After watching the scandalous end to her marriage during Real Housewives of Beverly HillsSeason 1, everyone in the fandom has been rooting for her to find happiness.
It looks like her wedding to David C. Meyerwas filmed for the show and she looks very happy in the photos, but there is definitely some drama brewing behind the Instagram posts.
The Camille Grammer that we “met” during Season 1 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is back on our television screens. Well, at least the aspects that made for amazing TV. She’s left the negative attributes in the past. This time around, Camille is on the right side of history (i.e. putting Dorit Kemsley in check) and it is everything.
As much as Dorit Kemsley is annoying me this season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (i.e. a whole lot), she is the only one giving us something to talk about every week. Sure, most of us are hating on Dorit for drunkenly calling Camille Grammer a “stupid c-nt,” but that’s a lot more interesting than watching gratuitous self promotion, home construction, and glam squads week after week.