We certainly of late have seen a different side of Mauricio and, like Faye, he seems quick in attacking Brandi. She becomes increasingly frustrated in her attempt to defend herself, also smarting from the fact that she was the recipient of a costly legal letter that she could ill afford.
She becomes exasperated, then her language goes south and then that is all the ammunition that some need in order to criticize her. I agree with Marisa (who at this point I really don't know) wholeheartedly. It should stay between the two of them. I was resolute in the fact that when I had my issue with Adrienne I preferred to deal with her directly.
I hated the conversation between Taylor and Camille, so inappropriate to discuss the marriage between David and his ex-wife, with Taylor saying she knew things about that. I know Yolanda and David to have a healthy, wonderful marriage. . .Enough said.
We then see Adrienne and Paul arrive for dinner. Mauricio and Kyle reassure them that they have had their back at all times, so cementing this very important relationship. . .Now when you are on this express train, things are moving quickly. Sometimes it's hard to be objective, but when you pause and you have a chance to reflect, you see things differently. Upon reflection I don't personally see the difference in the litigious letter that was sent to Camille from Russell. Maybe the subject matter was different, but the outcome the same. I am sure Taylor would argue the point that what was exposed about her was potentially more damaging than this matter. Paul and Adrienne, with Kyle and Mauricio's support were vociferous in stating that intimidation legally was unacceptable between friends. They were barred from the party, uninvited to Hawaii, and ostracized from the group. Everybody supported Camille, even though she certainly had more resources to deal with this than Brandi. So where did it change? I an finding this difficult to fathom.