The RHOBH newbie is opening up about her persona on the hit Bravo reality show and addressing her new “mean girl” title in an interview with DailyMailTV.
“They call it reality television for a reason,” Sutton said. “It is real and so to live through it and now be watching it [has been] fun. It’s exciting, it’s terrifying.”
“Honestly, I think I do watch it like this: ‘oh, god, what am I going to say next? I kind of feel like she’s a different person. Like, ‘what is she going to do now?'”
“When I’m meeting a group of people, I’m more worried about myself – like how am I coming across? I don’t want to offend anybody,” she explained.
However, offend is precisely what she did when meeting and getting to know Teddi Mellencamp.
“I tell a pregnant woman that she’s boring and make her cry,” Sutton reflected, adding, “That’s awful. Who wants to do that? Nobody.”
Fans quickly dubbed Sutton a “mean girl” and a villain on RHOBH; however, Sutton insists it’s not all as it seems, particularly her drama with Teddi.
“I think when you see what actually happened, it’s different than what we’ve seen so far,” she revealed. “I’m not a mean girl. I’m not.”
“I might watch it with sunglasses on, very dark sunglasses on so I can just like barely see it,” she added.
Despite the drama, Sutton is looking forward to watching season 10 playout.
“I think that this is gonna be a really fun season,” she said. “There’s a lot of stones being thrown at different directions, and hopefully, I think we come together as a group and as friends.”
Sutton also loves the friendships she’s built since joining the show. On the other hand, Sutton admits she hasn’t loved hearing how the ladies really feel about each other in their confessionals.
“What’s interesting is to hear what they’re saying about you behind your back,” she quipped.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.
Do you think Sutton is a mean girl? Or is she merely getting a bad edit? How do you like Sutton so far?