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Tamra Judge Calls BS Over Camille Grammer’s Claims That Kyle Richards Is To Blame For Her RHOBH Exit

For the last two weeks or so, Camille Grammer has blamed Kyle Richards for not being asked back for season 10 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

On Twitter, Camille confirmed that she wouldn’t be back for season 10 and quickly put the blame on her former friend and co-star Kyle.

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Kyle quickly denied Camille’s claims telling TMZ, “That’s not true. I never had an issue with Camille so I don’t even know where that came from.”

When asked about Camille’s other claim that RHOBH is now “Kyle’s show” she denied it as well saying, “I guess if that’s what she thinks but I never said that…No I would not think that.”

After we posted the Kyle story, Camille immediately responded to our story on Twitter.

“Don’t believe her spin. Producers told me otherwise,” Camille claimed.

After various other outlets picked up Camille’s tweet to AllAboutTRH, Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge chimed in on the drama.

On The Good Tea Time‘s Instagram post about Camille’s clap back to Kyle, Tarma commented, “Such bullshit! It doesn’t work like that. We have the same production company and that’s NOT the story I heard. When you’re Not Friends with any of the cast they have NO other choice but to let you go. No cast member has the power to fire someone.”

Camille then responded to Tamra’s claim in a series of now-deleted comments. Camille says that RHOBH has always been Kyle’s show claiming that Bravo had a deal with Kyle, Kim Richards, and their sister Kathy Hilton for a reality show but when that didn’t work out they turned the show into RHOBH.

She continued to insist that Kyle does, in fact, have a say in casting hence why Teddi Mellencamp is still apart of the RHOBH cast.

To wrap, Camille says that RHOBH producers wanted her to film a make-up scene with Kyle but that she refused after they wanted her to do it for free. The former RHOBH star also says that she has receipts to back up all her claims including text messages from Evolution producer Alex Baskin.


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will return to Bravo for season 10 in early 2020.

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Source: The Good Tea Time

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