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Kary Brittingham Responds To Viewer Backlash And Being Dubbed A “Bully” — Plus She Sounds Off On Her Issues With Tiffany Moon; Reveals Why “Whole Experience” With Tiffany Has Been “Very Sad” And “Very Disappointing”

Kary Brittingham is reacting to the backlash she is facing over her behavior on the current season of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Fans of the series are calling out Brittingham and some are even accusing her of being a bully.

"I will say that I'm very disappointed that people call me a bully, because obviously I don't feel like I'm a bully," Kary told Entertainment Tonight. "I mean, am I confrontational? Yes. Am I feisty? Yes, but that's very different than being a bully and that does hurt my feelings."

"I mean, I can't control how people feel," she said. "People are going to be like that. And I feel like, if you take the time to go on my account and say all these things about me, I mean, isn't that bullying?"

 Brittingham also sounds off on her relationship with Tiffany Moon. The two had a rocky start in their relationship but eventually, they ended up in a much better place. However, a soon as the season started airing, their friendship crumbled as the two ended up in multiple social media battles.

Viewers believe that Kary was too hard on Moon. She says she's now learned that people have different definitions of fun and she needs to respect those boundaries.

"I definitely regret a few things I did this season," she admitted. "I think every season is a big learning experience. You really look at yourself and want to grow and become a better person. … [and] I'm not going to be pushing anybody into bodies of water."

As for her friendship with Tiffany, Kary said, "I just feel like she really didn't ever want it, to be my friend, and it makes me very sad," Kary laments. "I wanted to be her friend. So, that whole experience with Tiffany has really been very disappointing."

"I kept trying to be her friend and reaching out to her," she shares. "I was really trying so hard, since I found that she was going to join, to make her welcome and part of the group. So, whenever I started watching the season this year, I was really disappointed, because I did call her and apologize for throwing her to the pool. And then I asked her, ‘Hey, girl, do you think, like, I'm a bully? I'm sorry,’ she goes, ‘No, girl. I never thought that.’ So, whenever I saw her calling me a bully on TV and doing all these things behind my back, I did feel a little bit betrayed, kind of like, hey, I've given you many opportunities to talk to me and tell me."

"It seemed to me like the whole season that she was like, ‘Girl, no. I love you. Everything is great. I don't have any issues with you,’” she continued, “and then when I start seeing the show, and that she's feeling a certain way about me and talking behind my back, it hurt my feelings."

"She's never made an effort with me," Kary told Entertainment Tonight. "I know she's made an effort with [Stephanie Hollman] and [Kameron Westcott] off-season a lot. She's texted them and really tried to be their friend, and she's never done that to me."


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