Camille Grammer ‘Uncomfortable’ And ‘Surprised’ About Faye Resnick’s Convo With Kathryn Edwards

Camille Grammer apparently now regrets that she called Faye Resnick “morally corrupt” on season 1 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. On Tuesday night, as the latest episode aired, Camille tweeted that she didn’t know Faye when she “said that about her.” Camille explained that she has since spent time with Faye and enjoyed her company. Camille added that she feels bad she said anything.

Camille also addressed the whole Kathryn Edwards vs. Faye drama that went down at Kyle Richards’ BBQ dinner. Camille admitted that she was “uncomfortable” and “surprised” that Faye didn’t engage.

As shown on the latest episode, Kathryn confronted Faye about mentioning her in her book, Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted. Kathryn was particularly offended that Faye referred to her as a wife who looks the other way when her husband cheats.

Decades ago, Kathryn was married to Marcus Allen, who was friends with O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson. Faye, who was supposedly good friends with Nicole, wrote a book about Nicole’s life after her murder and O.J. Simpson’s trial for it. In the book, Faye claimed that Marcus, while he was married to Kathryn, was having an affair with Nicole. In addition to writing a book, Faye posed for Playboy.

On last week’s episode, Kyle, upon learning that Kathryn used to be married to Marcus, asked her if she knows Faye. Kathryn denied ever meeting Faye. In her interview, Kathryn explained that she doesn’t feel good about Faye because Faye wrote in her book that she was “a turn a blind eye, look the other way kind of wife” in reference to her feelings about Marcus having an affair with Nicole.

Faye and Kathryn came face-to-face for the first time at Kyle’s BBQ. After Faye and Kyle momentarily left the table, Kathryn told the other housewives just what she thinks of Faye.

“She capitalized on a tragedy. Horrible!”

In her interview, Kathryn expressed disgust over what Faye did.

“Faye put herself in the situation right after Nicole was murdered, and she wrote a book about it, she posed for Playboy — I’m sure she loved the limelight. Ugh!”

Once Faye Resnick and Kyle Richards returned to the table, Kathryn Edwards confronted Faye about dragging her into the O.J. drama. Faye, seemingly determined to not get into any drama with Kathryn, smiled and listened. Faye then said that she doesn’t want to talk about it and apologized for anything offensive she did.

“I have nothing to say to anyone about what happened 20-something years ago. I mean that was a very hard time and you know, it’s sad. Not really much to discuss at this point is there? You know something, I really don’t want to have a bunch of conversations about this. That’s a really uncomfortable time in all of our lives and I think that’s something that should be discussed in private. If I’ve done anything to offend anyone, I’m sorry. I really am.”

Camille, who was sitting next to Kathryn, remained silent throughout the entire confrontation. Camille’s silence was in stark contrast to how she behaved the last time The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers saw her at a dinner party with Faye. On season 1, during a dinner now nicknamed “the dinner party from hell” by Bravo, Camille voiced her disgust over what Faye did after her friend’s murder. She called Faye “the morally corrupt Faye Resnick.” At the time, Camille was feuding with Kyle, who had brought Faye along to the dinner as her friend.

Since then, Camille Grammer has patched things up with Kyle Richards. The two women are actually now good friends. As evidenced by her tweets, Camille’s feelings about Faye has also changed since that “dinner party from hell.”

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