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Dorit Kemsley's Husband PK Reveals How He Makes A Living After Camille Grammer Comments About His Finances On RHOBH!

Dorit Kemsley’s husband Paul "PK" Kemsley is opening up about how he earns a living after Camille Grammer questioned the couple’s finances on the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

PK shared a screenshot on Instagram  after the episode aired that reads, “I create. I take risks. I live my passion. I am an entrepreneur.”

“In answer to the multiple questions about what I do,” PK, who works as Boy George’s manager, captioned the post via Instagram. “This is what I do…”

Kyle Richards’ husband, Mauricio Umansky, supported him, replying, “And you do it well,” according to Us Weekly.

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PK also shared a meme about talking behind someone’s back: “Keep talking s–t, you are making me famous.”

During Tuesday night’s episode of the Bravo hit reality series, Camille accused PK of owing “a lot of money” to someone “very close” to her. She also questioned how the couple can afford to live a lavish lifestyle.

“I didn’t know where you were getting all this money from,” Camille said to Dorit. “I know things for certain.”

Dorit and PK made headlines earlier this year after he was slapped with multiple lawsuits. was accused of owing $75,000 in gambling debt to a sports betting company in the U.K. The case was dismissed, according to The Blast.

Earlier this month, Dorit was ordered to hand over her financial records as part of her husband’s $1.2 million lawsuit. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Dorit is to appear in court with bank statements and information about her sources of income. Dorit will have to let the court know of assets and property jointly owned with PK, reports the outlet.

PK allegedly owes $1.2 million to a man named Nicos Kirzis who loaned him money back in 2011. He is accusing Kemsley of not paying a dime for years and PK even tried to wipe the debt clean in a bankruptcy. Kirzis said Kemsley recently made a payment of $250,000 but that only covered the interest that racked up for years, leaving a remaining balance still of $1,235,573.66.

The creditor explains he recently garnished PK’s City National Bank account that he shares with his wife Dorit for $29,634.10.

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