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REPORT: Kathy Hilton Allegedly Called Sutton Stracke’s Assistant the F-Word During Meltdown in Aspen

More and more gossip about the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 cast trip to Aspen continues to emerge!

Something major went down during the Beverly Hills Housewives cast trip to Aspen but it’s unclear what’s fact and what’s fiction at this point.

As more and more reports emerge it seems that there was definitely some type of drama involving Kathy Hilton however at this point in time it’s all mere gossip and speculation. It seems we will have to wait until season 12 airs on Bravo later this year to get the truth of it all.

If you don’t know any of the tea about the RHOBH cast trip to Aspen – check out this post, and that post, oh yeah, and this post in the meantime.

Here’s the latest gossip about the cast trip to Aspen.

According to a new report, Kathy allegedly called Sutton Stracke’s assistant the F-word.

“Kathy {allegedly} had some type of “meltdown” because all the ladies left the house for dinner without her. There are reports saying that when the ladies returned back to their Air B&B, Kathy began to curse them out and throw objects at them and producers,” the report reveals.

After returning back to Los Angeles Kathy allegedly sent Lisa Rinna a cease and desist letter to “silence her from talking about Kathy’s behavior while on the trip.” 

Now reports are emerging that during Kathy’s meltdown she “called Sutton’s assistant the F-Word (that rhymes with maggot). This angered Sutton, Erika Jayne, and Lisa Rinna,” the source explains.

As we’ve previously reported Kathy stopped filming after the Aspen cast trip and skipped the finale party. Kathy has denied having any kind of meltdown in Aspen.

Check out the full post below for more alleged tea!

RHOBH is expected to return to Bravo in Spring 2022.

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