Friday, March 1, 2019

Dorit Kemsley Opens Up About Her Issues With Lisa Vanderpump Over Dog Drama And Explains She She Broke Down In Tears During Dinner!

Dorit Kemsley is opening up about the whole drama surrounding dog drama with Vanderpump Dogs courtesy via her Bravo blog. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star also reveals why she broke down in tears during dinner after confronting Lisa Vanderpump.

"This brings me to the dinner at Cleo — where do I even begin? I was very surprised to learn that John Sessa had brought Lucy out to show Kyle and Teddi at the center on camera while Lisa V was there," she wrote.

"In all my conversations with Lisa V,  she had never once mentioned that had happened. In fact, she only ever mentioned that John Blizzard had spoken to Teddi about it. Why didn’t Lisa tell me at our lunch at Crustacean when I specifically asked who was talking about it and what was being said?"

"Hearing Lisa V say that John Blizzard should’ve never mentioned anything, despite him still being employed, means he went against her wishes. But did he really go against her wishes considering he’s still employed? What about John Sessa, Lisa’s faithful employee, who pranced Lucy out for Kyle and Teddi (and the world) to see? Did he go against Lisa’s wishes in front of her at her center? Why did he look so surprised when Lisa V told him not to talk about it at the center?"

She continued: "Lisa V says in her interview that she was trying to protect me, yet when Lisa R says she should have protected me, Lisa V claims she doesn’t have control over what her employees say. When a matter so hurtful to your friend becomes public, you should have control over what your employee says, and there should certainly be consequences if they go against your wishes. Protecting someone after the damage is done isn’t protecting them at all. True protection would have meant that Lisa V would deal with the problem before it happened, which was within her control all along."

"When Lisa V tells me "she doesn’t believe for one second that I’m guilty" and follows it with, “however, it all went wrong,” she is wrongly insinuating that Lucy was in danger. For the record, Lucy never ended up in a kill shelter. She went from our loving home to another loving home and, unbeknown to me, ended up in a non-kill shelter. The shelter was told that Lucy originated from Vanderpump Dogs, so the owner scanned her microchip and contacted Vanderpump Dogs within an hour of Lucy being there. Lucy never suffered or was in harm’s way or, god forbid, in danger of being killed."

Dorit then explains why she gave Lucy away instead of taking her back to Vanderpump Dogs. "The woman who wanted Lucy initially came at a time when PK and I were contemplating giving her back to Lisa V’s center as she was becoming more and more aggressive with the kids. When the opportunity arose for Lucy to go to a beautiful home (which is ultimately the goal for rescue pets) rather than having to go back to the center and wait for someone to adopt her, we took it. It was never about hiding that from Lisa V as I told her immediately. Not even Lisa V could’ve expected this to happen, otherwise (I’m sure) she would’ve done a home check, which she never did.," she wrote.

"This brings me to the second part of what she said: “You should’ve given the dog back to me.” Why didn’t she tell me that she wanted me to bring Lucy back to the center and that it was a violation to re-home a dog when I spoke to her? I would have happily brought Lucy back to Lisa if that was her wish. In hindsight, knowing what I know now, I wish I had just given Lucy back to Lisa V to begin with and not try to do what I thought was right for Lucy. Maybe then the series of events wouldn’t have been twisted into a story about me abandoning this beautiful little puppy that my family and I loved."

Dorit then reveals why she was grateful for Kyle Richards andd Lisa Rinna. "The thought that Lisa V, a friend I truly trusted and valued, could’ve done this to me and the idea that the world would think, even for one second, that I would do wrong to any animal, hurt me to the core and brought me to tears. I was grateful for Lisa R and Kyle consoling me at that moment as Lisa V didn’t seem concerned about me or my feelings or the repercussions that her actions would cause."

She added: "In conclusion, Lisa R telling Lisa V, “This wouldn’t have gone out there if you didn’t want it out there” is undeniable. Judging by what Kyle and Teddi are saying, Lisa V may have counted on Kyle and Teddi (with whom I’ve had differences with in the past) to carry out her plan of either punishing me or simply trying to make me look bad. But I guess that remains to be seen."

What are your thoughts on Dorit's blog? Do you agree with her? Sound off in the comments below!

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