HollywoodLife recently met with Kyle Richards, who revealed that the ‘RHOBH’ cast ‘had to go hard’ on Erika Jayne at a meeting that was ‘not good’.
One-fourth of the four Real Mothers in Beverly Hills Reconciliation has come and gone – and it’s no surprise here, but it brought the show. Andy Cohen he began to walk Erika Jayne for old man TomLegal issues and the so-called origin, which ended in the abyss of Erika’s faithfulness. Before the start, HollywoodLife caught Kyle Richards discussing reunion. On the RHOBH star, players “have to go hard” on Erika, no matter how difficult it may be.
“I think his four sides speak a lot,” Kyle, 52, told HL at Wacoal and Susan G. Komen Foundation Luncheon in West Hollywood on October 13. “Many questions were answered. Andy had to go hard on Erika. He had to. We had to. We all know that he had to do it. Even though it was very difficult, it was always difficult, but sometimes I would be like, ‘Oh, Dad. This is very difficult.’ ”
One of the the revelations described in the first paragraph Wednesday that Erika’s lawyers advised her to put down the show amid growing tensions over a dispute with Tom last year. A former attorney and his company are accused of embezzling cash from their former clients, the families of victims killed in the 2018 plane crash.
Erika told Andy to stop, “because I have nothing to hide. And she said, ‘You know, this season can warn you.’ “Everything can be polished, twisted, turned, yes, maybe used to challenge you,” he explained. Whether that is true or not, it does not matter at this time. “While Erika admitted she was considering giving up, she said she wanted to” honor her commitment. “
In particular, Erika and Tom have been accused of conspiracy to commit “fraud” divorce to protect their property between lawsuits. Opposing this was really “difficult”, but Kyle assured HL that fans would be “satisfied” with the remaining three episodes. “Otherwise they wouldn’t have made four parts!” he laughed.
Following the first part of Wednesday, Variety he determined that Season 12 is set to begin production soon. It’s unclear who will return, but Kyle mocked his future for HL at dinner. “All goThings have it that come on that ending, “he said.” I don’t know when that time will be going that stay, but when it comes that in the end, I will be very sad. These people are my family. Then the theme is, ‘Kyle he will depart. ‘I didn’t say I was leaving here! We haven’t signed any Season 12 deals, but we’ll see. ”
Until then, Kyle will use his time for important reasons, including promoting breast cancer awareness by Wacoal and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. “My mother died of breast cancer and it is very important for me to use my platform to raise awareness about breast cancer,” said Kyle. “I would like Wacoal to ask me to co-operate with Susan G. Komen and to have a two-year event, Fit for the Cure event twice a year, where they will donate $ 2 for all the bids. ”
“Even if they don’t buy it, they have returned $ 2 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation which investigates breast cancer,” he added. “For me, it’s amazing. I’m worried about my children and grandchildren. There are grandchildren now. Wacoal has already donated $ 5.8M to the Susan G. Komen Foundation and what they can do with that money and this research is huge and could make a big difference.”