Lisa Vanderpump

Watching this season, Lisa believes Yolanda did speak ill of her in Paris -- but doubts Housewife's pull with Homeland Security. 

on Feb 18

Hello again. Such a difficult episode for me to watch. . .

I am of course extremely upset when I see, for example, Brandi bringing up the subject of Cedric. All of you who have followed the story from the beginning will understand Cedric was a precarious subject and one that out of loyalty to Brandi I would never have raised. But now she is saying I had Cedric deported. I will explain, with regard to him being deported. It should have been done, but unfortunately Housewives don't have that much influence over Homeland Securities. . .If after he left us he was working in violation of his visa, then I am sure it was a problem. I believe he left to return to England of his own volition and to renter America he would need another sponsor.

The most interesting thing that I discovered, which I would never have exposed is the fact that Brandi had never met Cedric. She wasn't a "friend" of his and they hadn't modeled together. She had somehow concocted the story with somebody else. She came into my life on a lie. . .that should have spoken volumes.

I honestly felt that Kyle initially offering the necklace was some sort of peace offering. But when a ring appeared I didn't quite understand the connection between a blue skull and a gold ring.

Again, it's confusing as to why Brandi felt the need to run to Kyle to try to create a rift between us. Now I have a better understanding when I see Brandi tweeting that she was a little jealous of Kyle and I when they had shown us playing in the pool, and remarking how she found it strange as she believed Kyle and I weren't that close. I had previously tried to placate Carlton at her event with regard to Kyle, but after seeing just how badly the anti-Semitic remark had affected her, I understood it was a precarious situation that required a deeper conversation. I like Carlton so very much, and I know how traumatized she had been by the accusation -- and I don't think a ring would fix it.