Camille: I Apologized for Calling Faye 'Morally Corrupt'
The 'RHOBH' star responds to the news that Faye's life will be portrayed in O.J. Simpson miniseries.
They've buried the hatchet!
It's been years since Camille Grammer and Faye Resnick had an awkward interaction during Season 1 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, where Camille claimed her frenemy to be "morally corrupt." But the former Housewife is now speaking out to reveal the pair have since made amends.
Camille's apology comes after news broke on Monday that Faye will be portrayed by Connie Britton in Ryan Murphy's miniseries on the O.J. Simpson murder trial. (Faye was friends with Nicole Brown Simpson, whom O.J. was accused of murdering.)
"I want to clear the air about what I said about [Faye] in Season 1," Camille tweeted, referring to a comment she made in a confessional about a shoot Faye did for Playboy (watch below). "The Morally [corrupt] tag line was years ago and I have apologized. I wish people would stop using that Tagline about [Faye]. I have spent time with her since season one and she is Cool!"
For her part, Faye responded with grace. "Thank you Camille," she tweeted, "many things were said in season one for which I'm sorry for as well... I adore you."