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Camille Grammer reacts to scandalous tell-all involving her marriage

Camille Grammer attends the 19th Annual Race To Erase MS - 'Glam Rock To Erase MS' event at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on May 18, 2012 in Century City, California.
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Camille Grammer has been targeted in a new tell-all book by Michael Gross.

In the book, Gross details several incidents from Camille's marriage to Kelsey Grammer, as well as details from the lives of several other celebrities.

Not only does Gross reveal how Camille found out about her husband's affair, he also paints her out to be stuck up and spoiled.

“[Camille] called from California before she knew about his girlfriend,” the book reveals. “They told her his wife was already in the building. She genuinely didn’t know. Incidents followed.”

The woman that was in the building with Kelsey was his now-wife Kayte Major, whom Kelsey began sleeping with prior to his split from Camille. He even reportedly got her pregnant before the split as well, although the pregnancy ended in miscarriage.

Another excerpt from the book includes a Camille quote about her 3,500 square-foot NYC apartment which reads, “For us, it’s small. That seems pretty obnoxious, [but] I’m used to living in a substantial-sized house.”

In response to these personal details being printed, Camille has released a statement.

“It’s disgusting someone from the building would do that and make profits off of it,” Grammer told Radar Online. “It’s not only hurtful for my family, but for the other residents, including Alex Rodriguez and Sting who appear in the book as well.”