Kim Richards Real Housewives Talk About Me Too Much!


Kim Richards Real Housewives- They All Talk About Me Too Much!

Real Housewife of Beverly Hills Kim Richards, who had previously had substance abuse problems, has come under the suspicion of multiple housewives this season for having a relapse in terms of her sobriety issues

Richards has taken to her Bravo blog to speak out on the situation, explaining that she does NOT have a problem and the housewives are talking about her way too often.

On last night’s episode, Richards wrote, “Did anyone else notice that almost every single scene of this episode involved me in some way? I mean, isn’t it odd that I’m the conversation topic of Eileen and Vince’s romantic dinner out?! And that’s just ONE out of many examples in today’s episode.”

She continued, stating that, “Even though Lisa V‘s surprise birthday party was such a blast, people were still talking about me. I just don’t get it. It’s getting to a point where I actually feel bad for them—I would hate talking about me all the time.”

Richards also addressed the fact that people need to stop talking about her personal business because she doesn’t have a problem.

She explained, “In all seriousness, I wish people would just stop trying to intrude in my life and ‘fix’ a problem that doesn’t exist. Would it break their hearts terribly to know and accept that I am healthy and well? I hate to sound like a broken record, but yes, I made a mistake when I took Monty’s pain pill to relieve the chronic pain from my injuries, and yes, I am still sober and strong mentally and physically.

“However, that one situation did not give anyone the right to spread the rumor that I had relapsed and been drinking,” Richards continued. “According to the recovery programs, a relapse is when someone preeminently abandons their recovery plan completely by choice. I didn’t do that, and these women know I didn’t, because they interacted and had spoken with me many times following the poker night, and they’ll tell you I had been and am fine.”

Richards also explained that, “Their constant chatter about me honestly feels like they’re belittling all the hard work I’ve put into my recovery for the past three years. Now, this has only become a big deal because they made it a big deal.”

Richards wrapped with saying that, “The reason why these ladies don’t know everything about this integral part of my life is because I don’t shout it out on the rooftops, and I choose to be private about some things (because this is what works for me). Growing up as a child actress and being part of a “reality” show, I understand privacy is not easily defined and exposure comes with the job, but certain parts of my recovery journey is for me only—my health, my mind, and my soul. And I shouldn’t have to justify my actions and decisions to anyone else.”

We are extremely proud of Richards and her journey to sobriety and only wish her the best and much continued success.

Unfortunately, it is clear not all of Richards’s cast members agree with her decisions, with Eileen Davidson recently taking to her Bravo blog to call Richards’s behavior with BFF Brandi Glanville disturbing.

Tell us- what do you think about what Richards said? Do you believe she is still having problems or do you think the show is blowing it up to be more than it is? Let us know in the comments!