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Lisa Vanderpump slams Yolanda for attempt at "incriminating" her husband

Lisa Vanderpump attends The Lourdes Foundation 'Leadership in the 21st Century' Event with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama at the California Science Center on February 26, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
Photo by Angela Weiss

Lisa Vanderpump's husband Ken Todd was targeted on the finale episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" by her former friend, Yolanda Foster.

During the episode, the cast attended a party in Beverly Hills where several members of the cast engaged in a heated debate. At one point during the argument, Ken entered the scene, much to the dismay of Yolanda. As a result, Yolanda slammed Ken for inserting himself where he didn't belong, and then, when he grazed her arm with his hand when he began to leave, Yolanda accused him of abuse, yelling, "Don't touch me!"

Needless to say, Lisa was floored to hear the comments of her former friend and has taken to her blog with a few thoughts.

"I thank god that you can see the innocuous interaction [between Yolanda and Ken]," Lisa writes in her Bravo blog, according to a March 13 report by Wetpaint Entertainment. "What actually transpired was the most disappointing of all, as the mean-spirited actions tried to incriminate my dear husband."

In addition to Lisa, several other members of the cast, including Joyce Giraud, Michael Ohoven, and Mauricio Umansky, have spoke out, slamming Yolanda for her careless allegations and defending Ken as a gentleman.

"I was there and mystified as to the level that they would stoop to, trying to malign his character," Lisa continued. "I then understood as I looked at [Yolanda and Brandi Glanville] together, that this dream team — one orchestrated by Yolanda — (one that I had not wanted to be part of) had fulfilled their agenda."

Yolanda really went to an extreme when she acted as if Ken had attacked her. Those are serious allegations and shouldn't be thrown around in such a lackadaisical way.

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