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Kim Richards: RHOBH Kyle Richards On Her Sister and Her Broken Heart

It’s one thing having a high octane family fight, but when it’s televised for the world to see, well that takes the drama to a whole new – very public – level.

On the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, sisters Kim Richards and Kyle Richards had a big blow out after they went to Real Housewife Taylor Armstrong’s birthday party. On the limo ride home the two (and Kim seemed “under the influence”) the two had a verbal war while Adrienne Maloof looked on in shock. At one point Kim yelled,  “You stole my ****** house!”” Huh? Anyhoo, Kim took to her Bravo blog to talk about the episode and the drama that took place. What did she say?She began by saying that, “There’s so much pain and emotion in this episode. It feels so strange to even refer to it as an “episode.” This is my life. This is Kim’s life. I wish we were just characters on television, but this is all too real.” She continued to say, “that night never should have happened. It was incredibly difficult to go through in the first place and it’s even more difficult to watch and relive it.”

But there was some other drama at play, she said that she “didn’t want to come out and say what it was that was really bothering me because this is a private family matter. It would have saved me a lot of criticism, believe me, but it’s not just my story to tell. It’s Kim’s story too.”

But worse of all, it really took an emotional toll on the mom and reality star saying,”After this horrible argument between Kim and I, we didn’t speak for a long time. My heart was broken and I suffered an incredible amount of anxiety and panic attacks. Next to losing my mother, this was the most difficult time of my life.”

You can read her whole piece right here.

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