“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Dorit Kemsley claims Lisa Vanderpump ignored her at a mutual friend’s party, further igniting their feud.
During her appearance on Wednesday’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” Kemsley, 45, doubled down on her claims that Vanderpump, 61, never reached out to her or her husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley, after she was robbed at gunpoint in their home.
“Listen, I’ve heard a lot of things. I heard that she reached out to me, thought she was blocked, so you never really know what to believe,” Dorit said.
“I know this: If we had received the message, we would have responded. I don’t want to drag this LVP thing on, but three months, four months after the incident, we saw her. We were at a mutual friend’s 70th birthday party.”
After claiming Vanderpump “never came up” to her or PK, 54, at the celebration, Dorit said, “If you had sent a text message and you really cared, approach one of us and say, ‘How you doing? I sent you a text, I didn’t hear back.’ Nothing.”
Dorit went on to note that Vanderpump made a “very vicious comment” about how she “didn’t recognize” her at the party, insinuating Dorit had undergone plastic surgery. The June tweet has since been deleted.
“I just find it a little hard to believe that she did indeed reach out when she said she did,” she concluded.
In October 2021, Dorit woke up to find three men in her room, demanding she hand over money and jewelry. PK was away in London as Dorit begged the intruders to spare her and her two young kids, Phoenix and Jagger.
After the men left with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of goods, Dorit called the police to report the robbery. Most of the “RHOBH” cast rushed to their co-star’s side the next morning, offering their support while PK traveled back to California.
The aftermath of the home invasion has been one of the main storylines of the show’s current season as Dorit battles with post-traumatic stress disorder and panic attacks.
Following the traumatic incident, Dorit went on to claim during a prior “WWHL” episode that she did not hear “a word” from Vanderpump. However, the restaurateur quickly shut her former co-star down, going as far as to post a screenshot of the text she allegedly sent PK.
“Of course I reached out to PK!” Vanderpump clarified of the text, which read, “I’m so sorry to hear what transpired glad that you’re all safe.”
Vanderpump later showed Page Six the text message, dated Oct. 30, three days after the robbery, to further prove her point.
We reported that the iMessage was marked “delivered,” meaning that it had gone through and no one was blocked when it was sent.
But PK still denied on Instagram that he received it.