A Real Housewives feud is reportedly brewing between Kim and Kyle Richards.
After a dramatic episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Tuesday night, which featured Kyle and Brandi Glanville in a physical altercation, a source spoke to Radar Online, claiming tensions between the two sisters are at an all time high.
According to a source, Kim recently skipped out on Kyle’s birthday celebration in Los Angeles, which led to the Real Housewives feud.
“Kim not attending her sister’s birthday party was impossible to ignore, especially since some of the other housewives were there.”
During her birthday luncheon at The Palm, Kyle was joined by her longtime best friend, Faye Resnick, and a couple of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars, including Eileen Davidson and Camille Grammer.
Understandably, everyone was wondering where Kim was.
“Kyle’s friend were whispering that Kim hadn’t been invited because of ongoing tensions over the dog attack.”
In November of last year, Kyle’s 18-year-old daughter, Alexia Umansky, was attacked by Kim’s dog, Kingsley, and taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
A while later, Kim’s “second mother,” 80-year-old Kay Rozario, came forward, claiming Kingsley had attacked her, as well, in an interview with Radar Online.
“He ripped my hand open down to the tendon. Blood was everywhere. I was soaked in blood. The floor was soaked in blood!”
Although Kyle hasn’t gone public with her reported frustrations with Kim and her dog, she’s said to be quite upset about the dog’s recent attacks.
“While Kyle has publicly supported Kim keeping the dog, it’s very different behind closed doors. Kingsley, a pitbull, has had a history of biting people, and Kyle thinks it’s just irresponsible to keep the dog. It doesn’t matter that the dog has been sent off to yet another trainer. In Kyle’s opinion, Kingsely is very dangerous and needs to be re-homed.”
While most people would assume Kim would get rid of the dog after his multiple attacks, she has not, and her sister, and those around her, are not happy with the decision.
“Things between Kim and Kyle aren’t good. While they have had spats in the past, this time is different because Kyle believes Kim is choosing the dog over family.”
The Real Housewives feud is likely far from over, especially considering the drama that went down on Tuesday’s show. In addition to Kyle’s fight, as the Inquisitr reported, allegations were made, claiming Kim may have relapsed.
For more of the Real Housewives feud, tune into new episodes on Tuesday at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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