Taylor Armstrong is angry this season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. She has said it herself that for much of this season, she was coming from a place of anger. "The weight of my personal life was still at the forefront of my thoughts and I was in a stage of grief filled with anger, an emotion I was not accustomed to feeling," she wrote in her November 20th blog entry.
Even if she hadn't said it, however, it's obvious. It comes out in spurts. It came out when co-star Brandi Glanville announced she had just gotten a book deal, after she had criticized Taylor for writing a book detailing the abuse she endured during her relationship and marriage to the late Russell Armstrong. It came out during Maricio Umansky's real estate event, after the group witnessed the fallout between co-stars Adrienne Maloof and Brandi after learning Brandi had revealed a very private family secret of hers, which the group agreed shouldn't have been said. A visibly bitter Taylor quipped that there were a lot of things on the show that shouldn't have been revealed that were, clearly referring to her own experience last season when co-star Camille Grammar revealed, on camera, that Russell hit Taylor. It comes out next week, in this preview clip, when Taylor points out that last season, Adrienne said, "Friends don't sue friends," after learning that Russell threatened to sue Camille for her on-screen remarks about him abusing his wife.
People keep wondering: why is Taylor so angry? Well, her husband killed himself and she's left to raise a child on her own thanks to what Camille chose to reveal on camera, without her permission. Wouldn't you be pissed? Yes, she says Russell abused her, but regardless of whether he did or did not, that was not Camille's secret to tell, it was Taylor. Taylor is angry that she was not given the choice of whether to tell the world her secret, Camille made the choice for her, against her wishes. That's what she's angry about.