Eileen Davidson Confronts Dorit Kemsley

During this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, it seems like Dorit Kemsley is having a hard time fitting in with the women. After butting heads with Erika Girardi, Kemsley had an issue with Eileen Davidson this week.

While at a dinner party at PK and Dorit’s house, Lisa Rinna revealed how she and Lisa Vanderpump found a way to mend their former feud. “I wanted her to do something I needed her to do and she wasn’t capable,” Rinna revealed. “I pretty much let it go pretty soon — I mean, I didn’t see her. [But] I don’t think she’s let it go. I love Lisa for who she is. I had a moment with her, and I am saying true to my truth, and that’s that.”

Although Rinna didn’t go into details of the situation, PK seemed to know exactly what she was talking about, and and even asked Rinna why she “didn’t let it go.” Rinna seemed to believe he had been filled in by Vanderpump.

“The whole situation I wish hadn’t happened, to be honest with you,” she added. “Because it was unfortunate we went down that rabbit hole. Life is so short — I lost my father this year. It changed my life. I was with him when he passed. And so to be with somebody while they’re passing, it changed my life forever.”

Once PK heard this, he believed that this could have “planted an emotion seed” in her — assuring her it was “a perfectly rational reason and excuse to anybody in mankind,” advising Rinna to call Vanderpump with the “massive” game-changing news and tell her “I don’t think I realized what the effect the loss of my dad had on me.”

However, Rinna knew that her father’s health had nothing to do with the conflict that happened with Vanderpump. She explained this, as was the same for Eileen Davidson, who experienced six deaths in the last year, including her mother who passed two days before last season’s reunion.

Davidson chose to keep this news a secret when shooting last year’s reunion “to be able to sit there and speak her truth and get through it and then go bury her mother and grieve and go through the process,” Rinna explained to Dorit and PK, who didn’t agree that was the right thing to do.

“That’s not fair to other people though,” PK said. “You have to allow other people to understand someone’s circumstances. It’s like, ‘I’m not going to tell them I’ve lost my mother and however they behave, yeah, is who they are.’ I think it’s kind of weird…’”

After the party, Rinna told Eileen about the conversation and she wasn’t thrilled with what Dorit and her husband had to say. “I don’t understand why Dorit and PK have an opinion about me and my mother’s passing,” she said. “I don’t understand why they’re judging my behavior. It absolutely seems that PK and Dorit are trying to rewrite a history that they were no part of. I was there. I know what happened.”

“Because [Rinna’s] father had died and I suffered so much loss, they thought that was the reason Lisa Vanderpump and I had had issues — which is ridiculous,” Eileen continued to tell the cameras. “Because all those deaths happened all after the Lisa Vanderpump stuff. That was months and months after. This kind of stuff happened with Lisa Vanderpump. This was all real. So they’re trying to find some justification that they can’t believe a certain behavior began on other people’s parts, like Lisa Vanderpump — they can’t believe she would act a certain way so they’re trying to make it look like we’re wrong.”

Eileen was meeting Dorit in Malibu and planned to ask her about her remarks, but Dorit acted like she didn’t remember the conversation that took place at her dinner party.

“I don’t even remember your name being brought up,” Dorit said. “I don’t remember in what context we were talking about. I’m not going to remember every single topic of every single conversation. Particularly if it didn’t really mean much to us. … I think it’s weird that you [brought it up]. Because you can’t speak for someone — I first of all can’t even understand most of it!”

At a later lunch with Eileen, Erika Girardi, and Camille Grammer, Dorit brought up her confusion on the subject once again.

“Lisa Rinna was simply concerned that perhaps it was being conveyed that because of the deaths in our subsequent families that perhaps it had affected our relationship with Lisa Vanderpump,” Davidson explained again. “I’m not saying you did say it, you didn’t say it — I wasn’t there. It was not that big of a deal. I don’t think I was confrontational.”

The episode left off… “To Be Continued…”

What did you think of this week’s episode? What are your thoughts on Dorit?

Photo Credit: Bravo