Camille Grammer Calls Out Kelsey Grammer's Past Legal Troubles

The #RHOBH alum has an unexpected connection to a #RHOM 'Wife.

Camille Grammer hasn't kept quiet about her true feelings for her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer since the couple divorced in 2011, often taking to Twitter to highlight the good and the bad from their past relationship. 

Camille did just that on Tuesday when she reminded her Twitter followers of Kelsey's past legal issues. "Kelsey had a sexual encounter with his [sic] daughters babysitter. The girl was a young teenager. He was in his late thirties. He hired Roy Black," Camille tweeted.

Kelsey was accused of having sex with a 15-year-old girl who was babysitting his daughter during a trip to New Jersey in 1993. A grand jury in Somerset, New Jersey later refused to indict the actor on the charges. 

The case occurred before Kelsey and Camille married in 1997. "I didn't know until a month before we got married," Camille tweeted. "Made me take pause."

As previously mentioned, Kelsey was represented by high-powered attorney Roy Black, who is the husband of The Real Housewives of Miami 'Wife Lea Black. Lea found the bright side to this situation. "Lucky me. Lead to meeting you fabulous almost 20 years ago?" she responded to Camille on Twitter Tuesday.

As Camille pointed out, Roy has had many high-profile clients over the years, including Justin Bieber, who hired the lawyer after he was charged with a DUI in 2014

It's unclear what motivated Camille to bring up this part of Kelsey's past on Twitter Tuesday. However, she did end the day on a happier note with an inspirational tweet celebrating single mothers. "Here's to all those powerful single moms out there that have gone thru hell and back for their children. Bless you ladies! Heroes," Camille wrote.

Camille will be back on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills next Tuesday at 9/8c. Get a sneak peek of the upcoming episode, below.

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