Denise brands fellow Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills 'Mean Girls'

‘I don’t deserve this’: RHOBH’s Denise Richards brands fellow co-stars ‘Mean Girls’ as THAT Brandi Glanville affair claim comes up again on the show

Denise Richards branded her fellow Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills as ‘mean girls’ in a sizzling sneak peek of Wednesday night’s episode.

Fellow Housewife Brandi Glanville has claimed she once had an affair with Denise, who has flatly denied it, resulting in storm of drama.

Over dinner during a group trip in Rome the subject was raised again, leading to a furious row at the table as seen on the preview obtained by E! News.

Unfiltered: Denise Richards branded her fellow Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills as ‘mean girls’ in a sizzling sneak peek of Wednesday night’s episode

As the argument escalated Denise fumed: ‘I have to say this, because this has been probably the worst trip I’ve ever been on in my entire life. That is the truth. I don’t deserve this and you know that.’

‘Who do you feel attacked you? I did not attack you,’ said Kyle Richards, to which Denise replied incredulously: ‘Wait, you have not attacked me?’

Denise continued: ‘You drag in Brandi – that’s not f***ing cool, and you know what? It has gotten to the point, this is the God’s honest truth, where it is Mean Girls.’

The entire rest of the table appeared united against her except for Garcelle Beauvais, who sat next to Denise and at that point largely remained silent.

Defiant: Erika Jayne said: ‘If being a Mean Girls is standing up and saying how you feel and not backing down from that, well then I’m a motherf***ing mean girl, till the day I f***ing die’

‘She knows that that’s not cool’: Lisa Rinna was in high dudgeon over the Mean Girls label, saying in a confessional: ‘Are we afraid to face each other and go at it? Absolutely not!’

Erika Jayne gave a defiant confessional saying: ‘If being a Mean Girls is standing up and saying how you feel and not backing down from that, well then I’m a motherf***ing mean girl, till the day I f***ing die.’

Back at the dinner table in Rome, Teddi Jo Mellencamp told Denise: ‘I’m glad that you shared how you were feeling, but I also think calling a group of people Mean Girls when you’re saying you’re not a judgemental person is very s***ty.’ 

‘That is how I feel. That is my experience and observation, okay?’ said Denise, who famously was once married to Charlie Sheen.

‘I am being brutally honest, that is the truth, and you keep bombarding me and it’s not f***ing cool!’ she insisted.

Had enough: ‘I am being brutally honest, that is the truth, and you keep bombarding me and it’s not f***ing cool!’ Denise insisted

Taking her side: Garcelle, who had begun nodding along to what Denise was saying, started to chime in supporting her: ‘I agree, I agree’

Garcelle, who had begun nodding along to what Denise was saying, started to chime in supporting her: ‘I agree, I agree.’

Lisa Rinna was in high dudgeon over the Mean Girls label, saying in a confessional: ‘Are we afraid to face each other and go at it? Absolutely not! But this group of women were horribly bullied last year because we were called the Mean Girls Of Beverly Hills. It’s a cop-out, it’s easy to say that and she knows that that’s not cool.’

She was referring to a label that several Real Housewives received during their falling out with longtime cast member Lisa Vanderpump who since left the show.

Her side: Teddi Jo Mellencamp told Denise that ‘calling a group of people Mean Girls when you’re saying you’re not a judgemental person is very s***ty’

Unimpressed: Erika’s disdain toward Denise’s outburst was visible on her face as the reality stars sat around the table together

‘I don’t believe anyone wants to hurt you deliberately, I really don’t,’ Dorit Kemsley tried to assure Denise at the table.

Denise begged to ‘disagree,’ but Dorit went on: ‘ I know, having been on the receiving end of a lot of darts thrown that it may not be comfortable in the moment, and you go on trips –’

Garcelle suddenly got up, saying: ‘I need a moment, I’m not – I wanna hear you, but I’ll be back,’ before sweeping out of the room.

The rest of the cast watched her leave, slightly nonplussed, and Kyle said in a confessional: ‘What’s up with the dramatic exit?’

Looking back: Lisa recalled that ‘this group of women were horribly bullied last year because we were called the Mean Girls Of Beverly Hills’

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