Kathy Hilton just got another round of Aspen-related accusations, but this time from Erika Jayne. The reality star was previously accused by her cast member, Lisa Rinna, of abusing the housewives and threatening to “destroy” her sister, Kyle Richards, during their Aspen trip.
During the first two parts of the season 12 “RHOBH” reunion special, the housewives discussed the alleged incident, and Hilton called Rinna out for lying. The reality star claimed Rinna wanted to cause drama in order to extend her contract and labeled her a “bully.”
Hilton was recently accused of uttering a homophobic word during the controversial Aspen trip by Jayne. The reality star had no proof to back her claim as the cameras weren’t rolling and Hilton vehemently denied ever saying such.
Read on to learn more.
Erika Jayne Accuses Kathy Hilton Of Using A Homophobic Slur
The third part of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion special is set to air on Wednesday and already has fans’ eyebrows raised. TMZ reported that during the reunion finale, Jayne claimed that while on their Aspens trip, she heard Hilton use a homophobic slur. Hilton denied that an instance ever happened; however, her co-star was insistent.
Jayne reportedly said the reality star uttered the slur against an unidentified person the housewives were around during the trip. At the time, the show’s cameras were not rolling, so there is no concrete proof that said incident actually happened.
TMZ also revealed that Bravo attempted to investigate Jayne’s accusations; however, it was revealed to be a “she said, she said” case. This means it was basically Jayne’s word versus Hilton’s.
Other Housewives Support Kathy Hilton Against The Accusation
Hilton denied Jayne’s comments and called her a liar. The reality star was backed up by a number of other “RHOBH” housewives who claim they never saw anything like that happen. While others spoke up about her defense, Hilton’s sister, Richards, was mostly mute during the exchange.
The actress’s behavior further proves that the sisters were experiencing a particularly rough patch. According to prior reports, the duo is barely on speaking terms, and the only communication between the two since the reunion that was taped last month was a few texts.
Richards and Hilton have had their share of on-screen fights; however, this is seemingly the most intense and personal. The root of the issue is reportedly Rinna’s accusations against Hilton, claiming the reality star badmouthed her sister.
Kyle Richards Says Filming Reunion With Her Sister Was ‘Draining’
In spite of their current unfavorable dispositions towards each other, Richards and Hilton had to sit together and film the drama-filled reunion special. TMZ sources revealed that the sisters’ exchange was “painful to watch” and that they said and did “shocking” things to each other on and off the screen.
In an earlier interview with Page Six, Richards revealed that she was dreading watching and reliving the finale of the “RHOBH” reunion. She claimed she would prefer watching “The Exorcist” on repeat instead. The reality star went on to describe the day of filming as “painful” and “emotionally.”
“It was really bad for me. It was very emotionally draining.” Richards said. “The emotions that I was feeling were coming from: ‘I’ve already been down this road with my family before.”
Kathy Hilton Says She Will Not Return To ‘RHOBH’ With Lisa Rinna And Erika Jayne Still On
In an October 21 interview with TMZ, Hilton revealed that she did not plan on returning to “RHOBH” season 13 if her adversaries, Jayne and Rinna, returned. She referred to them as “villains” who only wanted to create drama at whatever cost.
“I had said that I would only be willing to come back if the cast [changed],” the reality star said. “If it was completely the same, absolutely not. Because I feel they are two bullies that intimidate a lot of the other girls.”
Hilton admitted that there were some women on the show, likely Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke, who spoke up against Jayne and Rinna’s antics. “But most of them, they’re not being their authentic self when they’re pushed up to the wall, and they’re afraid of what those two bullies [will do],” the reality star continued. “Because they’re capable of anything.”