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Michael Ohoven and Mauricio Umansky respond to Ken Todd "abuse"

Joyce Giraud and producer Michael Ohoven attend Hollywood in Bright Pink presented by Life & Style, hosted by Giuliana Rancic at Bagatelle on October 9, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
Photo by Ben Horton

Michael Ohoven and Mauricio Umansky were involved in last night's dramatic season four reunion of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

During the show, Yolanda Foster was seen throwing a fit, claiming that Ken Todd had abused her. However, that was far from the case. Following a heated conversation, Ken simply reached out to Yolanda, in what appeared to be an attempt at grasping her hand, but Yolanda went to the extremes, acting as if he had grabbed or hit her.

As the show was filmed, many of the cast members didn't see the actual altercation and sided with Yolanda after seeing how she responded, but once they saw it, they spoke out in Ken's defense.

"I know @KenToddBH would never hurt a woman," Michael stated on Twitter. "He didn't even touch Yolanda. This was a shameful attempt to discredit him."

Mauricio added, "Sometimes emotions run high. I know Ken to be a true gentleman."

Both men know Ken and know he would never abuse a woman, so to see him portrayed in such a disappointing light has been upsetting -- especially since the woman behind the allegation was someone he previously called a friend.

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