Harry Hamlin Speaks Out On Kim Richards’ Threat To Expose Him, ‘Maybe Someone Will Tell Me What I Did’

Harry Hamlin is not worried about the threat Kim Richards made on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. In fact, he has no idea what she is talking about, but is hoping someone can let him know.

At a Parkinson’s fundraising event over the weekend, Hamlin joked to US Weekly he is not exactly sure what it is Kim Richards is accusing him of, but he would sure like to know. “There is a hashtag #WhatDidHarryDo? out there so maybe someone will tell me at some point, and I hope it was good.”

Hamlin is, of course, referencing the big secret Richards threatened to reveal on last week’s episode of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills if his wife, Lisa Rinna, did not stop bringing up Kim’s addiction issues. Kim going after Lisa’s husband was the wrong move, as Richards soon found out, when Rinna threw water in her face, lunged across the table as if to choke her, and ultimately smashed a glass on the table.

Harry Hamlin has nothing to worry about, though. A source close to the show tells TMZ that Kim’s threatening to expose her co-star’s husband was all a ploy, as Kim Richards admitted to lying about Hamlin in order to get under Rinna’s skin when the cast filmed the RHOBH reunion.

Lisa Rinna has admitted her violent reaction to Kim Richards’ jab was wrong, but her husband says that is just what spouses do.

“She and I would equally defend each other’s honor. I was actually proud of her. I mean, look — you are getting your back up against a wall with something like that. What do you expect you know in the long run? But every time I see it, I go, ‘You go girl!'”

Hamlin is in agreement with the fans who say his wife has brought something more than drama to the show. Although Harry was initially against Lisa joining the cast of RHOBH, he tells US Weekly that, overall, he thinks his wife is doing a great job.

“Well, you know, I am [proud] because she’s doing a magnificent job. I think she’s bringing some class to a show that is kind of a reflection of who we are today. So in some sense it is art in that respect. I think she’s doing an extraordinary job.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.

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