The British businesswoman confirmed the news on Twitter in response to a fan inquiring if viewers would get to see her again before Season 9 concludes, “No, maybe Caesars on the last one,” the RHOBH star responded referring to the grand opening of her Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
“They cut out all my scenes,” she added, noting that a lot of what she filmed was “philanthropic.” This season, we got to witness Lisa, Ken Todd, John Sessa and the rest of the Vanderpump Dogs team help pass House Resolution 401, which calls for an end to the dog and cat meat industry.
No,maybe caesars on the last one …
They cut out all my scenes,it was all philanthropic.#route 91 strong …Trevor project psa ..
Indian party etc
— Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) May 30, 2019
The last time viewers saw Lisa Vanderpump on the show, she was hooked up to a polygraph machine — fighting to prove her involvement in leaking a story to media about PuppyGate.
On the May 21st episode, the OG housewife hooked up to a polygraph machine and answered questions written by Vanderpump Dogs employee, John Sessa. The questions included: “Do you think Dorit‘s face has changed in the last year as much as her accent?” Vanderpump answered, “She’s had a head transplant.” Next question, “Have you ever given a story to Radar Online about Dorit Kemsley abandoning her dog to a shelter?” Vanderpump responded, “No.” Another question, “Do you know who gave a story to Radar Online about Dorit abandoning her dog? Vanderpump answered, “No!” The polygraph expert then asked, “Do you think you will ever forget the hurtful accusations made by your close friends? She answered, “No.” Next question, “Do you believe these women, who have accused you of giving a story to RadarOnline, are your true friends? Vanderpump gave a firm, “No.”
Vanderpump’s co-stars trashed her for taking the lie detector test and were quick to dismiss the validity of the test.
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