‘RHOBH’ Feud: Kim Richards Talks Kyle, Alexia Umanky Relationship

The RHOBH feud between Kim and Kyle Richards was a hot topic during Kim’s recent interview on Dr. Phil. In an April 28 report, the Daily Mail spotlighted the RHOBH feud, revealing what Kim told Dr. Phil McGraw about their ongoing tension, which stemmed from the recently wrapped fifth season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

During the show, the Richards sisters’ RHOBH feud reached an all-time high after details regarding Kim’s dog’s attack on Alexia Umansky hit the web. During a visit to Kim’s house in November, Kingsley, Kim’s pit bull, bit Umansky, the daughter of Kyle and her husband, Mauricio.

However, while Kim claimed many times that the “little bite” was nothing to make a fuss over, Kyle claimed otherwise, revealing Umansky nearly lost her finger. The child also underwent multiple surgeries after the attack.

On Dr. Phil, Kim opened up about the RHOBH feud, claiming the drama between her and her sister over the dog attack has taken its toll.

“The relationship between my sister and niece [has] been destroyed. It’s been a bad year for us.”

Kim’s RHOBH feud with Kyle was discussed during the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 5 reunion show earlier this month, and afterwards, Kim was targeted by mean comments.

In one particular blog post, Richards claims she was criticized for her RHOBH feud with Kyle, and after reading it, she suffered her relapse.

“I couldn’t sleep. I was thinking about the blog. I poured myself a drink of vodka. I got in the car. I started to drive and it was about when I hit the hotel that started to feel it. I started talking to some people and the maitre d told me I had to go back to my table. The waiter said I was trespassing. He said if you don’t leave we’re going to call the police.”

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Richards has claimed in more than one instance that her RHOBH feud, as well as agitated fans’ comments, led her to drink. She also admitted to being an alcoholic, as fans have noted, during her Dr. Phil interview.

“I’m a very strong person, and I have been sober. I haven’t been working a program. Living through this season on a show, sometimes it’s hard enough to get through it. The fans are very hard on me.”

No word yet on whether or not the RHOBH feud will continue during season 6.

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