Camille Grammer seems to be going through something in personal life.
As rumors swirl regarding her possible return to "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after a one-season hiatus, the mother of two has taken to Twitter and posted a mysterious message, which may have been aimed at her ex-boyfriend, Dimitri Charalambopoulos.
"I realized that you really have to step away from a situation to see the truth," Grammer wrote on Twitter earlier this week, also adding, "In any friendship/relationship sometimes we live behind a veil of denial because we didn't / don't want to accept the truth when it's right in front of our face."
At the end of last year, as she recovered from a radical hysterectomy, Grammer claimed to have been attacked by her ex-boyfriend, Charalambopoulos, who she alleged hit her and damaged her phone. Although Grammer was granted a temporary restraining order against him, the charges against him were eventually dropped during court -- and after they were, Charalambopoulos filed a suit against Grammer, claiming her allegations were fabricated.
"What 'truth' is Camille finally accepting? What situation is she finally seeing?" Wetpaint Entertainment asked on July 24 of the tweets. "We’re hoping that this has nothing to do with Dimitri, but it seems unlikely that the tweets would be about anyone else. We just hope Camille is in a good place, mentally and emotionally. Between her problems with Dimitri and her struggle with cancer, she could really use a break — hopefully her former cast mates are also real friends."
So far, there's no word on who Grammer was talking about, but one thing is for sure: She and Charalambopoulos' fight is just getting started. Not only has he filed a suit against her, she's also filed a suit against him, claiming he humiliated her with a hot dog.
UPDATE: Grammer has confirmed that her tweets were not in regard to Charalambopoulos.
"This is not about my ex," she explained on Twitter. "It was for my girlfriend who just filed for divorce unfortunately."