Eileen Davidson has just endured her first season on a reality show. After months of filming, the soap star just watched the finale episode of the fifth season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which saw her forming a couple of friendships, and wondering what others were thinking.
On April 14, Eileen Davidson took to her Bravo blog, where she shared her thoughts on the conclusion of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ season 5 reunion.
Because of the loss of two of her sisters, Eileen Davidson was highly affected by Kim Richards’ treatment of her sister, Kyle. On the show, Kim was often seen yelling at Kyle, and even said she wasn’t a real sister during a cast dinner in Amsterdam. Aside from befriending the one woman on the show who hates Kyle, Brandi Glanville, Kim went on to accuse Kyle’s daughter, Alexia Umansky, of being responsible for her dog’s attack (Umansky was attacked by Kim’s pit bull in November 2014).
“I don’t know about you people, but I’m getting really fed up with Kim thinking she can just slander everyone and be really, truly cruel to her sister….All I’ve ever seen, in person and on the show, is [Kyle] being a loving and supportive sister to Kim.”
Eileen Davidson also noted Kim’s tendencies to insinuate things about the cast, without having any actual facts to back up her comments. During the same dinner in which she dissed Kyle as a sister, Kim claimed Lisa Rinna was dealing with a “situation at home,” but wouldn’t disclose what that situation was.
Then, as Eileen Davidson pointed out, when it came to her own issues, including her dog’s attack on Umansky, Kim didn’t want to talk about it — other than to claim her niece only had a little bite on her finger.
“I know the topic of the dog bite was considered taboo by Kim, and therefore wasn’t allowed to be discussed anymore (again, why does she get to decide that?), but I don’t know of anyone, especially a young girl, who spends five days in the hospital, and has to have an IV drip for three weeks from a ‘little bite on a finger.'”
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Eileen Davidson’s co-star, Kim, has failed to take any responsibility for her dog’s attack on Umansky. Although the child was hospitalized and underwent multiple surgeries, a source told Radar Online that Kim felt it was Umansky’s own behavior that prompted Kingsley to attack.
In the same report, the Radar Online source claimed Kinsgley recently returned to Kim’s home after months of training.
Eileen Davidson has yet to confirm her return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for season six.
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