Katie Maloney had a bit too much to drink on last night's episode of Vanderpump Rules, and now, she's taking to her blog to explain herself and reveal how she's feeling now that she has gotten a chance to watch the episode play out.
During the show, Katie, the girlfriend of Tom Schwartz, feuded with Scheana Marie who gave Peter Madrigal a lap dance at his birthday party after claiming that the other girls were being "boring." Right away, Katie was offended by the gesture and thought it to be extremely inappropriate that Scheana, who is currently in a relationship with Mike Shay, would do such a thing.
"I (soberly) stand behind my opinion that offering a lapdance to a male friend on his birthday is not the most classy gesture. How it came out that night was not of sound mind and void of eloquence," Katie wrote in her Bravo blog on December 16. "Scheana did it and I couldn't understand why. It just seemed so inappropriate and unnecessary."
After their fight began, Stassi, who is one of Katie's best friends, and one of Scheana's rivals, sat by, watching the drama play out. At the time, Katie probably didn't understand why her friend wasn't jumping in and defending her against Scheana, but now, she realizes that her irrational behavior would have only been intensified by someone teaming up with her and her antics.
However, Katie wasn't thrilled with the way her boyfriend handled the situation.
"Schwartz apologizing on my behalf was frustrating," she admitted. "I felt like he could have just said, 'Look Scheana don't take it seriously, she is just drunk and having word vomit. She doesn't mean it.' That would have been a correct response to what was happening. I tell him that he doesn't need to 'agree' with my argument, but at least try and salvage me by not perpetuating it."
Regardless of whose argument was right and whose was wrong, one thing is certain -- Katie feels bad for allowing her drunken antics to take center stage and offend her friends. "I felt extremely guilty of the things I said and did," she said. "I felt like I had woken up from a nightmare, but it was true. Realizing how much I hurt and affected my friends because I drank too much was a very hard pill to swallow."