Eileen Davidson Claims Her “Honesty” Makes Her A Target For Hate & Vitriol By #RHOBH Fans

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Let’s give Eileen Davidson credit for one thing: she stays on point better than any politician I’ve ever seen. She didn’t get a chance to say much on part one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion last night, but I have no doubt she’ll be piling on Lisa Vanderpump at the first opportunity.

But first, Eileen takes a moment to praise Yolanda Hadid, patron saint of lemons and Lyme.

“I’m deeply sorry for the pain that Yolanda endured during the first part of the reunion. Clearly she did not understand that her illness had become its own storyline to such an extent… I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: That chick is one strong woman.”

Next, she shows a modicum of sympathy for Kathryn Edwards.

“I also saw how Kathryn is still emotional about her past with Faye Resnick. She obviously experienced tremendous pain during that time in her life, and so did Faye. My wish for both of them is to move past the pain and find some resolution.”

Really? She equates Kathryn’s distress with Faye’s, the woman who exploited her dead friend, and then in her grief, whipped off her clothes for Playboy? No, Kathryn was living her life, minding her biz, when Faye roped her into the OJ saga. Eileen is a moron.

But wait, there’s more! Eileen now gets back to Vanderpump and why she’s a manipulator, a liar, blah, blah blah. Because she has to stay on message!

“Neither Lisa R. nor I have anything to gain by calling out Lisa V. It’s not like we get a bonus check from Bravo or a new BMW with a bow around it. No one throws us a pizza party… Our honesty has made us targets for the hate and vitriol unleashed by Lisa V., her husband and her die-hard followers. So, I ask you all, with nothing to gain, and possibly our future on the show to lose, why would we do it?”

Really? Ken has vitriol? Um, no. Anyway as for reasons to stir the shit all season, Eileen was thirsty for a storyline or her marriage was a mess and she’s deflecting. Take your pick. 

“Where have all the other women who had issues with Lisa V. gone? Oh yeah, they aren’t on the show anymore! The exception being Kyle, who tows the line of being honest without alienating Lisa V. so much it must be exhausting. And Yolanda, of course, and her relationship with Lisa V. is less than amicable.”

Yes, because Vanderpump is an Alexis Carrington villainess. Eileen has been in soap land for too long.

Lisa R. was afraid of the retaliation from the aforementioned sources if she went there with Lisa V. The backlash has only proven she was right to be afraid. Oh, and by the way, I was very hesitant as well. But at a certain point I decided enough was enough. Erika was being thrown under the bus for having good instincts about LVP, and I knew there was no going back.”

First of all, Lisa Rinna got feedback from fans, went crazy on Instagram, and tried to pull back by using her father’s death as an excuse. Second, Erika at first denied speaking to Yolanda. So, how is that getting thrown under the bus again? I think LVP was pretty damned forgiving after hearing Erika’s opinion (spiderweb, sniper from the side).

“It all goes back to motivation. Lisa R. has nothing to gain by saying that Lisa V. said, “Well there goes the f—ing storyline,” after Yolanda left Lisa R.’s birthday. Nothing. Lisa R. has admitted everything she’s done this season… No one can claim Lisa R. is not an open book. No one can claim that she doesn’t own up to her words, even when she regrets them. It’s just her nature.”

Rinna has been a hot mess all season, flipping and flopping and changing her story on a whim. How can fans possibly believe her? But Eileen doesn’t see it that way. In her mind, LVP is the evil doer.

“She continues to refuse to admit the truth, despite it being made very clear in Dubai that she HAD tried to drum up drama by pitting Kyle and Lisa R. against each other… Yet she refuses to admit to any wrongdoing and refuses to stop vilifying the people who are merely pointing out things about her that she doesn’t want to admit.”

Eileen and Rinna believe they are the heroines of this story.

“So, why would Lisa Rinna and I lie about this? The answer is: WE WOULDN’T.”

No, the truth is Eileen and Rinna didn’t have a storyline all season. If it hadn’t been Lisa Vanderpump, all we would have had was Rinna’s waxing regime and Eileen’s terrible fashion sense.

So what’s your take on this? Is Eileen’s version of the truth the right one? What do you think her motivation was all season?


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