The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ upcoming episode features a dramatic moment between Lisa Rinna and Kim Richards, and in a new sneak peek, fans are getting their first look at the aftermath.
On March 3, Bravo released a preview of Tuesday’s new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which shows Richards speaking to her co-stars, Brandi Glanville and Yolanda Foster.
“There was no way for me to get my point across because there were five people talking at me at once,” Richards explains to her friends of her heated debate inside an Amsterdam restaurant.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Richards was involved in a tense conversation with Rinna inside the restaurant, which nearly became physical. As The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars yelled back and forth, Rinna was seen lunging at Richards, and tossing a glass of wine at her.
“Don’t you ever go after my f–king husband,” Rinna yelled at Kim in the previously shared Real Housewives sneak peek.
In the latest Real Housewives clip, Glanville was seen slamming Rinna for tossing her wine — and her glass — at Richards.
“These women just don’t know how to drop something when you ask them to drop it, so it sent Kim into a rage and I get it.”
Meanwhile, Rinna was with Richards’ sister, back at their hotel, where she suggested she leave early. Right away, Kyle shoots down the idea.
“No, we aren’t doing that, okay? We aren’t going to let her ruin the night.”
As they settle into their room, Real Housewives‘ newest addition, Eileen Davidson, brings up the way Kyle is being treated by Richards, telling her it’s hard to watch the way Richards behaves. In her confessional, Davidson continued to air her thoughts on Richards’ treatment of her sister.
“I feel so sorry for Kyle. Kim treats Kyle in a very demeaning way. I don’t understand, whatever your personal relationship is with a family member, to treat them like that in front of other people is just gross.”
As the Real Housewives preview continues, Kyle is seen venting to her co-stars about Richards’ constant public abuse, claiming she acts completely different when they are alone. While Kyle says she does her best to brush over things, essentially picking her battles with Richards, she was clearly distraught and frustrated with being so publicly humiliated on a regular basis.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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