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Lisa Rinna Owns Being a "Disaster" on Social Media: "I'm My Own Worst Enemy"

You better believe the RHOBH cast member spilled all the tea at BravoCon 2022.

Lisa Rinna's lips are made for talking, but her Twitter fingers are what sometimes get her in the most trouble. Months after Andy Cohen dubbed The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member a "double disaster" on social media, you better believe Lisa is still talking about it.

During the BravoCon 2022 "Thrills in Beverly Hills" panel on October 14, moderator Brad Goreski asked the RHOBH 'Wife if she agreed with the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host's assessment. Lisa's response? “Yes, absolutely," she admitted during the cast sit-down, adding, "I’m my own worst enemy. I think we all are."

Fans will recall that Lisa attributed certain emotional reactions during RHOBH Season 12 to her grieving the death of her beloved mother Lois in November 2021. "That is kind of how I reacted to everything this year and I wouldn’t recommend it," she confessed during the BravoCon 2022 panel, citing the time she "screamed at" Sutton Stracke as one of her biggest regrets of the season. "I would recommend going to your therapist.... That was not good.”

This was hardly the first time Lisa has addressed her social media behavior though. When Andy first broached the subject with her on the August 3 WWHL episode, he opined, "You make so much trouble for yourself." She didn't disagree back then either.

“Andy, I've just been a nightmare right now. That's all I can tell you. I have been a flipping nightmare. I know it. I acknowledge it. I have tried to fix it as much as I can. I’m fully self-aware that I am a mess right now," she responded. "Let’s hope it gets better.”

Does Lisa Rinna Think She's a Disaster on Social Media?

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— With reporting by Talia Ergas

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