Andy Cohen is vowing to “mention it all” at the upcoming Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 9 reunion.
On Twitter, several fans demanded that Andy bring up every single lawsuit the RHOBH cast is involved with at the season 9 reunion.
“I want @Andy to bring up every lawsuit at the reunion. AND press for answers. Why @lisarinna brought up LVPs but not these ladies lawsuits. How do they feel about being dragged into it? Why can’t they at least acknowledge being sued. Man up Andy and ask the tough questions,” one Twitter user said.
While another account tweeted, “Come on @Andy are you just going to sit there with your tail tucked between your legs? Here I can answer that for you…….Yes!!!”
Andy quickly responded to the demands with one of Bethenny Frankel‘s most infamous RHONY lines.
“I’m gonna MENTION IT ALL!” Andy replied.
I’m gonna MENTION IT ALL! pic.twitter.com/28EHf9zIQH
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) May 31, 2019
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.
— QUEEN OF THE DAMNED (@Jasminelennard) August 17, 2018
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.”
Meanwhile, Lisa Rinna‘s made her opinion on the subject clear tweeting that anyone who doesn’t show up to the reunion is going against their contract.
“The reunion is part of the job description. If you don’t go don’t you get fired?” Rinna tweeted in early May. “That is the precedent that has been set from what I have seen. So I’m sure all will be there.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.