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Lisa Rinna Opens up About Her Mom Lois' "Devastating Stroke" and How "She Has Overcome So Much"

The RHOBH cast member sheds some more light on her mom Lois' struggles.

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As we've seen over the years on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Lisa Rinna's mom, Lois, has overcome many obstacles. Back in 2014, RHOBH viewers went back home to Oregon with Lisa shortly after her mom had suffered from a stroke. And on this current season, Lisa and Lois spoke candidly about a traumatic experience from Lois' past in which her co-worker David Carpenter, who would later become known as the Trailside Killer, attacked her with a knife and hammer in 1960.

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And now Lisa is opening up even more about her mom — and applauding her strength and resilience in the face of adversity.

On Twitter, Lisa shared how proud she is of her mom and revealed just how much her mom has bounced back from that 2013 stroke. "My Mom had a devastating stroke 6 years ago and had to learn how to walk and talk again months of rehabilitation she is one of the lucky ones. She is not the same as she once was but she has overcome so much. We are blessed and so grateful," Lisa wrote in response to a fan who defended the mother and daughter on Twitter.

Check out Lisa going back home to Oregon from 2014, below.

Lisa Rinna Goes to Oregon
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