Denise Richards is calling out her “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast mate Camille Grammer over some “quite offensive” comments she made during the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion, regarding the ethnicity of Richards’ adopted daughter, Eloise.
Richards, 48, took to Twitter to blast Grammer, 50, for some comments she made during the taping of the recent “RHOBH” reunion show that never made it on the air.
“@TheRealCamilleG needs to thank her lucky stars that bravo didn’t air some of her comments during the season and at the reunion,” wrote Richards. “My youngest daughter’s biological father is African-American I found some of her comments quite offensive.”
While Richards didn’t elaborate on what those comments were, some fans found her accusation a bit hollow, considering that she asked if Grammer was “on something” during the reunion show taping.
Richards is also feuding with Lisa Vanderpump, who confirmed that she won’t be returning for the next season of “RHOBH”.
In a terse Twitter exchange on Friday, the two exchanged words over Richards’ recent appearance on “Watch What Happens Live”, when she alluded to “incidences” that took place between them that weren’t shown on air.
Vanderpump, however, was not having it. “Wow? The only ‘incident’ we had outside of production was when you asked us to take 8 of your fostered dogs from the Malibu fires and @vanderpumpdogs rescued them, in this crisis, when we were at capacity.. it wasn’t shown.. too positive? Why all the hate?”
Vanderpump’s publicist, John Sessa, backed her up. “Yes, it wasn’t shown but @vanderpumpdogs took them, got them spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and found them the best furever homes…no donation was received and no mention of that lovely ‘incident’ at all!”
Richards responded, and while she acknowledged Vanderpump’s help with her dogs, it wasn’t exactly an apology.
“I have always been so supportive and positive about the work all of you do,” she tweeted. “These were dogs that we helped rescue during the fires. And we are grateful you all helped them find homes.”
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs in Canada on Slice.