The claws are out at the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 9 reunion!
In a sneak peek of part one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion, Camille Grammer makes it known that she and Denise Richards are nothing alike especially when it comes to their divorces from exes Charlie Sheen and Kelsey Grammer.
Camille drives her point home by making it clear that their divorces were not the same because unlike Denise she worked and didn’t just shop and eat bonbons all day.
“I was married for 13 years. That’s a long time,” Camille tells Andy Cohen when he asks whether she believes Denise should have asked Sheen for half of his fortune when they split in 2006.
Denise then points out that Charlie was “was almost bankrupt” when they married. Camille quips: “OK, I don’t know much about it. Sorry I didn’t follow you that much.”
Camille adds: “I worked hard. I just didn’t sit back buying fancy clothes and shoving bonbons in my face. I mean, I worked hard.”
This statement leaves the RHOBH cast shocked and creates visible awkward tension on the reunion set.
However, Denise doesn’t seem phased telling Andy she’s “never had” a bonbon.
Backstage while getting touchups during a break Denise tells her stylist and Teddi Mellencamp: “I think she’s just being really mean. … Maybe she’s not a happy person.”
Her stylist seems to think she knows the answer telling Denise and Teddi: “It all comes down to sex. If you’re getting laid…”
After this preview made the rounds on Monday, Camille took to Twitter to defend herself.
In a series of tweets, Camille explains that she never implied she worked harder then Denise and was simply saying that under California’s community property law she was entitled to half of Kelsey’s fortune.
“I didn’t imply that I worked harder then Denise. I was married for 13 years and it’s the law in Ca. what I got in my divorce. It’s half of the community property while married,” Camille tweeted.
Adding, “California is a community property state. In a divorce, each spouse gets 50% of the community property. The duration of the marriage is a factor in the size of the community property estate.
She continued, “And In the duration of spousal support. I don’t know what Denise was trying to insinuate when the law is clear.”
The three-part Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 9 reunion begins airing on Tuesday, July 16, at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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Source: Us Weekly