After Kelsey gushed about his "fantastic" life with current wife Kayte Walsh in a Closer Weekly interview, via Page Six, a fan rushed to defend The Real Housewife of Beverly Hills alum. Retweeting the article, the Twitter user wrote: "I'll never forgive [Kelsey] after what he did to [Camille.]"
Camille then took to Twitter herself, offering a measured response to the Kelsey-directed shade. "I don’t begrudge him his happiness," she wrote. "What’s unnerving is that fact I was there to help him get through some of his hardships and supported his career and his sobriety. I was [right] by his side and he acts like I never existed[;] that’s disappointing. We were together through his success."
She continued on: "I was there during the writer[']s strike and the cancellation of Back to You. We moved the company to our home in Malibu. I sat at his bedside for 8 days straight while he was in the cardiac intensive care unit in NYC. I read him poetry and helped washed his hair. Now I don’t exist."
In her final direct tweet on the subject, Camille graciously said: "We have two beautiful children from our union and I was blessed to have shared those years of my life with him. We have both moved on. Just wished it ended in a more civil manner."
The cancer research advocate then posted an inspirational quote about the beauty of forging on despite setbacks. Take a look:
Since divorcing Kelsey, Camille has indeed carried on — and has her own happy ending to report. The former dancer is now engaged to her dashing beau, David C. Meyer.