Kyle Richards

Kyle discusses Carlton's hypocritical ways and wonders just why as Jewish Star would be considered offensive.

on Jan 27

This week we get a glimpse into Carlton's Red, White, and Blue party. You could see she put a lot of effort into her party. Like I said in my interview, it wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but to each his own.

When Carlton greeted Joyce and made that face behind her back, I really thought "OK, enough already!" It made me feel bad for Joyce. She comes to a party she's invited to, with a smile on her face and the hostess acts disgusted to see her. Carlton's rude comments and unprovoked attacks have grown old. She is a walking, talking contradiction. She preaches loving all Gods' creatures, no liking drama, not being judgmental, always giving people the benefit of the doubt (clearly not with me), and not putting labels on someone. . .Then her actions are the exact opposite of what she is always preaching about.

When I asked to see Carlton's tattoo and she lifted up her hair, it was almost completely blocked by her bathing suit tie AND her microphone which is about 3 inches long and 2 inches wide. I could only see PART of the star. I, of course, know what a Star Of David looks like. I also know that she has pentagram tattoos and a cross that says "F--- You." When I saw the tip of the tattoo and asked if that was a Jewish star , I was thinking about the bumper sticker I often see that says "Coexist" and shows a moon, star, peace sign, Star of David, pentagram (on top of the "i"), and a cross (among other symbols -- you can google it.).  I, in no way, shape or form would mean that as an insult when I AM Jewish. WHY does she think my asking if it was a Jewish star is offensive? What is offensive about a Star Of David? Carlton, to this day, has never been able to answer that question.