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Let’s Discuss: Lisa Vanderpump Calls for ‘RHOBH’ Costars Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne and Dorit Kemsley’s Lawsuits to Be Story Lines

Is the real missing out of reality TV on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?

Seems like some fans think so! As does RHOBH star Lisa Vanderpump, who agreed with fans that she thinks some of her co-stars’ financial issues should be featured on the show!

Turns out LVP wants to know why  Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne, and Dorit Kemsley’s legal troubles haven’t been addressed on season 9 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“You could have aired Erika’s financial issues, Bravo, instead of allowing the ridiculous attack on LVP’s reputation. NOTHING was filmed/said about this…or Kyle/Mo being sued…or Dorit/PK being sued,” a fan said on Twitter. “No, let’s hurt LVP for the 4th year!!!”

Vanderpump replied: “Exactly.”

Back in August 2018, Dorit’s former business partner Ryan Horne filed docs “claiming he struck a deal back in August 2017 to partner up with Dorit and her husband, Paul Kemsley, to make bathing suits.”

Horne also says he fronted the RHOBH couple “nearly $130k in merchandise plus $75k for other expenses.”

However, Horne insists he never saw a dime after the Kemsley’s “sold the bathing suits for a huge profit and lined their pockets without paying him back.” 

A few week’s later, Dorit was confronted by a friend of Horne’s while filming season 9 with her co-stars in the Bahamas.

The footage never saw the day of light on RHOBH.

As for Erika, in January 2019 her husband Tom Girardi was hit with a $15M lawsuit by Law Finance Group, who claims that they gave Girardi a $15M loan “to fund the operations of his firm.”

The lawsuit claims that instead, Tom used the money to fund his lavish lifestyle and to keep his law firm afloat.

Erika discussed the lawsuit at the RHOBH season 9 premiere party and made it clear she’s not quaking in her Louboutins over it!

“Listen, we’re in the lawsuit business, baby. We sue and get sued,” Erika explained to Us Weekly“So what? So what? It’s part of the job.”

Sweetwater Malibu LLC alleges that Umansky manipulated them into selling the Malibu mansion for $32.5 million, only to partner up with the buyer and resell the property for $69.9 million a year later.

Meanwhile, Vanderpump also recently defended her own business practices and former legal issues in a series of tweets.


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET.

So, tell us: Should Kyle, Erika, and Dorit’s legal and/or financial troubles be shown on RHOBH?  Discuss in the comments below! 

Do you agree with LVP and fans? Should the Housewives legal/financial issues be featured on RHOBH?

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Source: Us Weekly

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