It seems viewers of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills believe in the mantra “don’t stick your nose where it doesn’t belong, unless it belongs where it doesn’t belong!” In a show that revolves around grown women butting into other grown women’s personal business, the latest addition to the BH Housewives, Kyle Richards’ buddy Faye Resnick, was caught in the crosshairs of some rather vitriolic and spiteful comments after posting her blog on BravoTV.com this week. In the blog she condemned Brandi Glanville for saying what she did to Adrienne Maloof and said that was the reason she confronted Brandi at Kyle’s party.
To be honest, the language was rather tame, especially for those familiar with the types of responses Brandi is capable of eliciting from folks. But, it was the fact that she was saying and doing anything at all that really angered commenters, many of which apparently already had a dislike for Faye based on her publishing of a book about the murder of her friend (and OJ Simpson’s wife) Nicole Brown Simpson and her appearance in Playboy.
Brandi joined in on the Faye bashing with her Bravo blog in which she refers to Faye Resnick as Kyle Richards’ “pit bull-slash-puppet Faye ‘Rancid’.” Ouch. Here’s an excerpt:
I went to Kyle’s dinner party but offered to stay at home if Adrienne was going to be there. Hind sight being 20/20 I should have stayed at home. Kyle brought her pit bull-slash-puppet Faye “Rancid” in to attack me about events and things she had nothing to do with and wasn’t even present for.
It was very obvious she was fighting someone else’s fight for the simple need for attention, which has been very clear since 1994. Lisa defends the situation because she sees that it isn’t fair and because we are true friends, which really bothers Kyle. The only benefit to this evening was that I got to meet a lovely gal that I really like named Marisa Zanuck.
The backlash from commenters on Faye’s blog has lead to Bravo deleting it from their website, or at least we assume that’s the reason. Either way, it’s no longer there. It does still exist, for a little while at least, in Google cache, so I’ve cut and pasted it here for you in its entirety so you can read what all the hubbub is about.
The comments are also still in Google cache, you can read through those HERE.
Here is Faye Resnick’s deleted Bravo blog:
Brandi’s Unprovoked Attack
Faye plans to defend Adrienne and Kim, and she doesn’t understand why Brandi won’t apologize if she’s so sorry.
After 2 years of working on the design of Kyle and Mauricio’s home, I was very happy they were thrilled with the result and had the home they always dreamed of. I knew Kyle was looking forward to having everyone over for the dinner party since the dinining room now complete. However, a few days before the dinner party, Kyle told me what had transpired with regard to Brandi’s unprovoked attack of Adrienne and Paul at Mauricio’s event. I was shocked and saddened by what I heard.
I’ve known Adrienne and the Maloof family for 25 years. I have always known Adrienne to be a woman of great integrity and with one of the kindest hearts in Beverly Hills. I felt deeply for Adrienne because I knew she would never say anything like that to anyone else or wish it upon anyone else. I called to check on Adrienne and heard the hurt in her voice as she cried on the phone. It broke my heart. Worse though, I knew this did not just affect her and Paul, but would also affect their children.
I knew Brandi was going to be at Kyle’s party, unfortunately, because of what Brandi had said, Adrienne would not be present. I thought it was important for Brandi to understand the severity of what she had said and offer her a solution on how to try to make amends. I don’t know Brandi, but I expected that like any other normal human being, she would recognize that she had stepped over the line and would want to apologize at the very least. . .Boy was I wrong.
By raising the issue at the dinner party I was hoping Brandi would shed some light as to what would drive her to reveal something so intensely personal and private. Brandi’s response was confusing. She first said she was sorry for what she said but didn’t want to apologize — yet. I didn’t understand? If you are sorry for something you have done and carrying it on your mind, and it’s upsetting you, why not just apologize and move on? If your truly sorry, you apologize and cleanse your aura. But minutes after saying she was sorry she said she wasn’t going to apologize because Adrienne hadn’t apologized to her. Apologize for what?
She then went on to further to attack Adrienne, and when she said that Adrienne had bought a book deal, that thew me over the edge. “Who buys a book deal?” Instead of apologizing to Adrienne she continued to attack her. And as far as her telling everyone at the table that “it’s none of your business”, she should have followed her own advice. What business was it of Brandi to involve herself in the most private and personal business of Adrienne and Paul’s?
It’s very difficult for me to sit back and watch anyone be mean to people that I love. The damage Brandi caused Kim and her family last season was reprehensible. The attacks on Adrienne and Paul was beyond belief. These statements are made with no purpose other than to be hurtful and cruel. And while afterwards she claims to be “sorry” for what she said, the harm has already been done, so saying, “Things just come out my mouth” or “I’m sorry” time and time again this behavior becomes disingenuous.
Ps: I know an orchid is a flower. . .LOL
It should be noted that I mentioned earlier in the post that Faye Resnick was the latest addition to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and that’s because her bio and photo were added in the last couple weeks on Bravo’s site, probably because of her confrontation with Brandi. I’m guessing that means she will have a prominent roll at the reunion as well, which should be very interesting!
And speaking of very interesting, here is The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills video clip of Faye Resnick attacking Brandi Glanville at Kyle’s dinner party: