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'RHOBH': Lisa Rinna’s Daughter Says She'd Tell Garcelle Beauvais To 'F--k Off'!

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By Clark Sparky

There's been some serious drama between Lisa Rinna and Garcelle Beauvais after Rinna's daughter, Amelia Gray Hamlin, was brought up in a recent episode of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Hamlin, an 18-year-old model, has been open about her struggles with anorexia since 2018.

During an episode a couple weeks ago, Beauvais suggested to Rinna that perhaps her Instagram videos in which she dances around in a bikini led to Hamlin's disorder.

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"What does Lois think about the dancing on Instagram in your underwear?” Kyle Richards asked Rinna in front of the group.

"I do a lot of stuff on Instagram because Lois watches Instagram. So she sees everything," Rinna replied. “She has an iPad. Even though I know I’m being ridiculous, I always know that she gets to see everything and the girls. I think it really is great for her.”


In a confessional later in the episode, Beauvais took her first jab at Rinna. “I love that Lisa’s free enough to do the videos and be dancing, but dancing nearly naked is not a choice for me if I had a daughter that had body issues,” she said.

In a preview shared by Bravo for the next episode, which airs August 13th, Beauvais is shown in a cutaway scene directly asking Rinna about her dancing and Hamlin's anorexia.


She asked Rinna if there could be an coorelation between the bikini videos and her daughter developing an eating disorder.

“I actually don’t think that is what caused Amelia’s anorexia,” Rinna replied. “People are going to judge all of us as mothers. Why would you even ask me that question? What I can say Garcelle is I am so proud of her for coming out the way she has in a public forum and talked about it.”


In another preview scene, Rinna is talking to her daughter about her recovery and brings up the things Beauvais has said. Hamlin has a sharp response.

“I would tell her in the nicest way possible with all due respect, ‘Fuck off,'” she said. “You just happen to be a very small person. There’s shaming no matter what size you are… When I was going through all my therapy, I remember for a period of time I blamed you because you were so thin but at the same time that’s not fair."

Hamlin assured her mother she had nothing to do with her anorexia.

“I did everything on my own, I was sitting in my room one night crying to myself, looking up diets myself without you knowing about it,” she added. “You’re really not a part of any of my stuff. People look for someone to blame because it’s easier.”

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