"No. I do not," Kyle told E! News when asked whether she thinks she'll make up with Brandi. "I'm the kind of person where I get over everything. I not only forgive, I forget. At this point in my life, it's too much negativity, and it's very toxic for me. I know that to be friends with her, it's just setting myself up to be attacked again. I'm making a conscious decision to keep away because life's complicated enough."
Kyle has been sparring with Brandi over sister Kim Richards for much of this season. The two reality stars have a long history together, from enemies, to friends and allies and it seems like everything has come full circle again. While on vacation in Amsterdam, Brandi, Kyle and Kim all had words. Again.
Kyle said this season, the fifth one for the Bravo series, has been the most dramatic one ever. "I mean, I never imagined it would be like this, ever, when I signed on to do this show," she said at Calia by Carrie Underwood's launch celebration. "Never in my life."
Most of the drama arose following a poker night at Eileen Davidson's house where Kim appeared clearly out of it and admitted to taking a pain pill prescribed to her ailing ex-husband. This concerned many of the ladies, particularly new cast member Lisa Rinna who has been very open about her familial history with addiction. After an argument on a plane, the drama spilled over to an Amsterdam dinner where Kim threatened to reveal a secret (nobody knows what she supposedly has) about Lisa R. and her husband Harry Hamlin. This sent Lisa R. into a rage, which has been well documented. But at the same dinner, Kim also sparred with Eileen and Kyle. The Richards sisters largely ignored each other on the Amsterdam trip except for a brief, teary conversation after Brandi, Kim and Kyle all got into it again on a canal tour. Kim and Kyle's relationship is still rocky.
"It's just so difficult to navigate through my relationship with my sister in front of the cameras. We've always had a complicated relationship. It's one thing when we're alone, but with the cameras there, and millions of people seeing it and all the sudden weighing in, it's difficult," she said. "Navigating through my relationship with my sister with cameras is just too much sometimes. It's too difficult."
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays, 9 p.m. on Bravo.
—Reporting by Lindsey Caldwell
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