The fifth season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” is a wrap, and the cast is sending their fans off with some final thoughts on a roller coaster of a season. Lisa Rinna opens up in her Bravo blog this week, wrapping up her newbie season with a few final thoughts. She addresses Kim Richards threatening to expose her husband Harry Hamlin, when in the end, Kim was caught in a malicious bluff.
“When you put out a claim or accusation about somebody, you need to be damn sure you can back it up. Insinuating something about someone based on something that you “heard” is creating a negative that you can’t prove and also has the potential of never truly going away. This is just dangerous. Shame on you, Kim Richards. I’ll pray for you.”
She continues to blast nameless cast members, and calls foul on the deflecting tactics that became all too common over the course of a dramatically real season.
“Deflection is not becoming on anybody. I came into this with no expectations and a commitment to be true to myself. I have learned over the course of this season that it’s never too warm to wear your flack jacket in Beverly Hills, because a few in our group tend to not own their actions, but rather, toss their bombs onto the rest of us.”
The reunion show revealed a threatening text sent from Lisa to Kim, and Lisa has been criticized for venting her frustrations on Twitter. She responds by owning the behavior, and asserting her need for growth.
“When I am really angry with someone and have not fully dealt with it, you should probably know that if I am left alone, chances are I may express my anger through a text or tweet. Is this good behavior? Probably not, but I own this behavior. I recognize it, and I own up to it, and I work on bettering myself from it. Can Kim and Brandi say the same?”
My guess is NO. Lisa closes her rookie season blog by sharing a little love with ‘Housewives’ fans.
“I LOVE the Bravo fans. Who knew that this vast community of Housewives fans was so fabulous?”
We knew it all along!
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