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Kristen Doute Just Put Her Detective Skills to Use Again and Uncovered Something Pretty Major...
The FBI could learn a thing or two from this Vanderpump Rules pal.
In case you missed it, Brie Dupree is creating quite the controversy in the Bravo world. The fiery Texan, who was set to be a cast member on Season 3 of The Real Housewives of Dallas, was let go from the series when she became the lead suspect in the disappearance of her twin sister, Bunny. (Catch up on every detail of her shocking story here.)
Now, Brie is trying to clear her name and regain the fame she could have had. So in order to get her life (and her career) back on track, she decided to do what any sensible millennial would do: She turned to a podcast — Stassi Schroeder's podcast, to be specific.
While Brie was prepared to tell her side of the story on Straight up with Stassi, Stassi had a bit of a different plan. She wanted to get Brie drunk enough to reveal all of her secrets on the show — and who better to help carry out the scheme than fellow Vanderpump Rules pal and seasoned investigator Kristen Doute?
While things started off smoothly, it didn't take long for Brie to catch on to their plan... but not before Kristen could grab her phone and take it into a different room to search for information. (FBI, take notes.)
So, what was Kristen able to uncover about Brie's past? Did she actually text Brie's "missing" sister? (It wouldn't be the first time she got herself in some hot water with scandalous text messages.) Watch the latest episode of Ex-Housewife above to find out what happened next.
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