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Eden Sassoon Thinks Lisa Rinna Will Have a Lot of Explaining to Do at the RHOBH Reunion

The #RHOBH pal shares her take on the Season 7 drama.

By Jocelyn Vena
Eden Sassoon Teases the RHOBH Season 7 Reunion

Eden Sassoon is ready to bring her truth to her first-ever The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion. The 90210 pal admits that it might get emotional when she sits down with the crew, but she's ready for it.

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"I'm just gonna go and be myself and be completely open and whatever happens and transpires," she recently told The Daily Dish ahead of the reunion taping. "It's gonna be that and that's where the beauty of being in that moment comes from and people are almost taken back by it."

Considering that she ended up in some intense drama regarding comments Lisa Rinna made about Kim Richards' sobriety (which Lisa denied making before eventually owning up to them), Eden thinks Lisa will have to explain a lot during the Season 7 sit-down. "She hurt me and I really love her, so if there's a space for healing and moving through that I would want nothing more," she said. "It is what it is, but I, as an individual, have a heart. It's rough."

The RHOBH pal may have been deep in the Kim Richards sobriety comments drama as well as those off-hand comments about Xanax smoothies, but, still, she doesn't regret anything that transpired this season — and she has a really good reason for it.

"I don't regret anything in my life because if I chose to make that move, I don't look back and say, 'I should have.' I'm in it. I'm here now; let's make it happen," she said. "I really try and be in every moment, so every moment was exactly that. Sometimes looking back and seeing how people responded or acted to me, it's a little surprising but on their side it's understandable."

She continued, "I really am usually one to open up and trust everybody and want to go to places that some people may not be ready to go and so kind of get in slowly — although I will not change who I am," Eden, who has also beenopen about her struggles with alcoholism as well as her sister's addiction struggles, shared. "So if people can't take me then I don't need that person necessarily in my life, or take it for what it is and move on."

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