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Which 'RHOBH' stars supported Carlton Gebbia after her drunken dinner?

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Carlton Gebbia passed out at Beverly Hills hotspot Madeo earlier this week after taking a few too many shots during a dinner date with a few of her friends.

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After passing out, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was taken to a local hospital where she was treated and released.

The event was very scary and dramatic, but luckily, Carlton had the support of loved ones to get her back on her feet. Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like she's had much support from her co-stars.

On March 7, Wetpaint Entertainment revealed Carlton only publicly acknowledged that two of her co-stars had reached out.

"I have to say truly thank you to Joyce," Carlton tweeted. "She personally texted me, and I honestly appreciated it."

Surprisingly, Kyle Richards also sent well-wishes to Carlton, but since she didn't do so directly and chose, instead, to do it publicly, Carlton took offense. After first thanking Kyle for her kind note, Carlton learned that the note was posted publicly on Kyle's site and not even addressed to her. And when a fan tweeted to her, claiming Kyle likely did so to make herself look like a good friend, Carlton agreed, saying it was "so true."

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