Mauricio Umansky is setting the record straight on a lawsuit that's been in the headlines.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband addressed his legal issues during a recent interview with Inman. "There are two sides to every story. Mine has yet to be told. It’ll be told soon and it is not affecting anybody at The Agency. It’s not affecting our daily business, it’s not affecting our operations. I don’t know one agent who has left The Agency over that lawsuit," he said. "If I had to do it again in hindsight, I would do it the same way I did it last time. I wouldn’t change a thing."
Mauricio's real estate firm, The Agency, also provided a statement to Inman from the RHOBH husband on the lawsuit in which he said that "one day my side will be told and I am very confident we will be vindicated.”
Mauricio's wife, Kyle Richards, previously addressed the lawsuit during the RHOBH Season 9 reunion after Andy Cohen read a question from a fan that accused Mauricio of "scamming someone out of $37 million."
"My husband did not scam anyone," Kyle clarified. "That causes problems because my husband has never made $36 million in a deal in his life. That's what the property sold for... That's a misleading question."
Andy then said, "There's a lawsuit relating to a dispute about a property," to which Kyle replied, "Yeah, but the way it was worded is damaging."
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