‘Real Housewives’ Star Yolanda Foster Explains That ‘The Vault’ Wasn’t A Threat

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster is very disappointed in her co-stars these days, as she’s learning how much her co-stars have been talking about her behind her back. Yolanda believes that the Real Housewives women thought that she was making her children sick to get sympathy. She thought that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills women were talking about Munchausen by proxy — not just Munchausen, which means she was making herself sick for attention. On last night’s episode, Yolanda revealed that she had a vault of information on the women, and many took that comment as a vague threat.

According to a new Instagram post, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster decided to go on the social media network to ensure people knew that she wasn’t threatening people. It wasn’t a threat, she explains, but rather a reminder that she knows a lot of information about the ladies.

” ‘The vault’ was not a threat but rather a reminder that I know a lot of things about all the cast members that I would never dare to expose! The vault in my culture means: a safe and vulnerable space in our hearts – where we share a certain integrity and keep our friends wellbeing as our first priority- I don’t feel the need to share private matters off other women or their families because I care for them as human beings,” the Real Housewives revealed on her social media page.

She then explains that it is crazy and inappropriate to expose private matters on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and here she’s referring to bringing up her children on a television show. It is clear that she’s still upset with her Real Housewives co-stars.

“Exposing private matters to the public would just make me feel like a distrustful human being. We don’t need to put others down in order to build ourselves up. I am not interested in competing with anyone, I hope we’re all successful…… In whatever our personal journey might be……#RHOBH #TheVault #EnoughIsEnough #DrawingALineInTheSand,” she tells her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans.

Even though Foster wants the ladies to stop talking about her children, she’s not happy about how her disease has become a topic of discussion. She had nothing but positive things in mind when she brought up “the vault of information” with Kyle Richards. She explains that she didn’t mean it as a threat, but her Real Housewives fans were not pleased with the way she handled the situation.

“I had so much respect for you until I saw the show last night that was shady your sick and twisted. YOUR NOT PERFECT like you try to portray your self to be in this show!” one Real Housewives fan wrote to her, while another wrote, “yea I’m not buying all this sickness crap. [Yolanda] is going way overboard. needing attention.”

After the Mexican lunch, Foster wrote an email to Kyle Richards and she decided to talk about how she felt she was treated by the ladies.

“Kyle and Lisa whispering strikes a nerve in me… You don’t whisper like this in a group of women,” she revealed in a confessional interview, adding that she had written an email to her Real Housewives co-stars with lines, such as “Your lack of compassion is not a pretty look.”

“I explained to her, from a very clear point of view, what I had to say about her behavior and I wanted all the other girls to hear it as well,” Foster said of her email.

What do you think of the comments made on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills last night?

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