On Twitter, Denise alleged that Camille made racist comments during season 9 and at the reunion that Bravo chose not to air.
@TheRealCamilleG needs to thank her lucky stars that bravo didn’t air some of her comments during the season and at the reunion. My youngest daughter’s biological father is African American I found some of her comments quite offensive,” Denise tweeted.
“She said, ‘Do you want me to be sorry because I’m a white woman?’ The other women were like, ‘Camille, do you know what you are saying? That’s not OK,” a source explained.
As for Camille, she was confused by Denise’s allegations responding: “You tweet this and start a firestorm her on Twitter then you ask me to lunch this week? I’m confused.”
On WWHL, a caller asked Denise: “All throughout the season LVP was wonderful to you and at the end, you turned on her. Did something happen offscreen?”
— Scarlette (@Scarlette3333) July 31, 2019
Denise denied turning on LVP but admitted some “incidents” did occur off-camera that changed things.
“No, I didn’t turn on her. There were incidents that happened and I’m you know…..”Denise explained before trailing off.
This response from Denise didn’t sit well with LVP who fired back on Twitter.
“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?”
LVP’s friend and partner John Sessa then chimed in adding, “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!”
While Denise took the high road in her response to Sessa’s comment, her husband Aaron Phypers didn’t back down from the allegations.
“I have always been so supportive and positive about the work all of you do,” Denise tweeted in response to John’s tweet. “These were dogs that we helped rescue during the fires. And we are grateful you all helped them find homes.”
Aaron texted Sessa and accused him of “defamation of character” which LVP shared on Twitter.
“Wow, no good deed goes unpunished hug? John literally stated the truth about a nice act of our foundation, and this is your response? No defamation whatsoever, just the truth. Have a blessed day,” Lisa tweeted.