Dorit Kemsley is notorious for having a lot to say on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, so it comes as no surprise that she isn’t staying quiet amid RHOBH alum Dana Wilkey’s insinuation on social media that she’s having an affair with her friend and co-star Kyle Richards’ husband, Mauricio Umansky.
As Page Six reports, the drama started on Sunday when Wilkey — a Bravo-lebrity who RHOBH fans may remember from her “friend of” appearances on the early seasons of the show and her infamous “Did you know? $25,000” sunglasses — posted a fake movie poster for An Affair to Remember on Instagram. Instead of Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr, however, the fake poster featured Kemsley and Umansky.
“The fans can’t stop talking about this! Thoughts? Credit: #karenhugar Wig on @youtube #rhobh #rhobh #bravotv #wwhl #kyleumansky #kylerichards #doritkemsley #mauricioumansky #pkkemsley,” Wilkey captioned the post, according to Entertainment Tonight.
Kemsley responded with a strongly worded comment on the post.
“Is something wrong with you woman? Or are you just so miserable in your life you have nothing better to do? You’re definitely one of the thirstiest people I’ve ever seen, I guess it’s just as simple as that?,” the Beverly Beach designer wrote, adding, “Kyle and Mau are our friends and my kids call them uncle and auntie. Do you think this is ok for my kids to see when it’s a disgusting lie?”
Richards and Umansky have been friends of the Kemsley family (including Dorit’s husband, PJ, and the Kemsleys’ two young children, Jagger, 8, and Phoenix, 6) since Kemsely joined RHOBH back in season 7. As seen on the current season of RHOBH, Dorit and PK also leaned on their friends for support following the frightening home invasion and robbery of the Kemsley home last October.
In her comment, Kemsley went on to call out Wilkey’s motives. “If this is the only way you can make a buck then so be it but at least have some decency and stop trying to peddle false narratives especially when you know there is ZERO truth behind it and your whole motive is to just hurt people for no reason,” she wrote.
“It’s sad, pathetic and bound to bite you in the a** inevitably,” Kemsely wrote to end her comment.
Despite Dorit’s clapback, it appears that Wilkey isn’t backing down. At the time of publishing this piece, Wilkey’s post remains up on her Instagram. According to Entertainment Tonight, Wilkey also shared the post to her Instagram Story, though she deflected some of the heat towards speculation and fan theories by writing, “People don’t read posts apparently…however that said obviously struck a nerve.”