Lisa Vanderpump was confronted with allegations that she had encouraged Brandi Glanville to bring tabloids about Mauricio Umansky's alleged cheating to their trip to Palm Springs. Although Lisa denies doing so, her cast members weren't convinced and brought up the issue during a dinner in Puerto Rico.
However, rather than address the situation and move forward, Lisa opted to storm out with her husband and head back to Los Angeles.
As a result, many of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars have felt that she had admitted to the allegations against her.
“I just wish that Ken and Lisa didn’t leave like that and confirm what I already thought to be true,” Kyle Richards, Mauricio's wife, said during a March 3 sneak peek. “I need an apology, and I don’t think I’m going to get it.”
Joyce Giraud added, “It’s very childish to walk away — and it makes you look guilty, even if you’re not."
For Lisa's part, she claims that she was attacked and couldn't possibly bear to be with her former friends for one more moment. “I don’t want to be overdramatic and say ambushed or attacked, but that’s how I felt,” she explained.
To see how this situation pans out, tune into Monday's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo at 8 p.m.