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Lisa Vanderpump Reveals The Moment She Knew She Was Done With ‘RHOBH’; Says “I left Because I Was Very, Very, Very Unhappy And I Didn’t Appreciate Being Called A Liar”

Lisa Vanderpump is looking back at when she decided to quit The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“I left because I was very, very, very unhappy and I didn’t appreciate being called a liar,” Vanderpump told Us Weekly on the Friday, March 19, episode of the “Getting Real with the Housewives” podcast. “To accuse me of selling a story, when you never get stories come out of my restaurants, you know, so it was such an insult to me. It was about my heart, it was about the Vanderpump Dog Foundation, which was something that was born out of complete compassion and my passion project. I just thought, ‘I’m done with it.’”

“When I said ‘I swear to you on my children’s life,’ and somebody goes, ‘I don’t believe you, in that nanosecond I knew that’s it for me,” she explained. “Any friend of mine, if they would say, you know, ‘I swear to you all my children’s life,’ I would not ever need to question anything again … so I walked out.”

If you recall, Vanderpump and Kyle Richards had a major falling out over Puppygate drama during the show's ninth season in 2018.  Richards questioned Vanderpump when a story leaked to the press about the incident involving a dog that Dorit Kemsley got from Vanderpump Dogs, which ended up in a heated argument that resulted in Vanderpump’s husband, Ken Todd, kicking Richards out of their house.

Despite the drama, LVP notes that she will not rule out the idea of returning to the Bravo hit reality series. “People always ask me, ‘Would I go back?’ You can never say never, because I always said I’d never do a reality show in the first place,” she told Us Weekly. “I had so many good experiences that came from that and I had such a good relationship with the production. Vanderpump Rules was born out of that.”


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