"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer is reeling from emotional distress after losing her Malibu home in the California wildfires, and is claiming she was forced to move back in with her parents.
The revelation was made in a December 10 letter written to the judge in the defamation lawsuit with ex-boyfriend, Dimitri Charalambopoulos.
The court has proposed moving up the trial date, and Grammer is pleading for more time to prepare, citing her recent displacement as grounds for a delay.
According to the letter, obtained by The Blast, moving the court date up would "interject a new stress" into the rest of her ongoing drama.
Grammer's lawyer explains, "The last few weeks have been particularly difficult," adding that since the fires, Grammer is "both dealing with the psychological aspect of losing her home, as well as logistically working on her relocation."
The letter states that Grammer has moved back in with her parents as she deals with insurance and itemizing all the loss she suffered in November. She has not yet started the search for a permanent residence.
On top of losing her home, Grammer is dealing with the death of her longtime assistant. "Just three days before her house was destroyed, Scott MacLean, Ms. Grammer's assistant of 20 years passed away suddenly and unexpectedly," adding that the death has been "very difficult for her."
MacLean had lived with Grammer, and was also a listed witness in the Bravo star's ongoing defamation case.
As we reported, Grammer has been involved with a dueling lawsuit against Dimitri since 2014. She has accused him of assaulting her in a hotel room in 2013 after undergoing surgery related to endometrial cancer, and he claims she fabricated the entire story.