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Here’s a fact: Lisa Rinna is a certified germaphobe. We’ve seen her on both The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and on her social media channels waxing on about her devotion to bleach wipes: She’ll use them on everything from airplane armrests to hotel room telephones and light switches.
“Hotel rooms are gross. I’m sorry, but if you think of the who, what and where that TV changer has been, you would wipe that whole f--king place down just like I do with my alcohol wipes,” she wrote in a Bravo blog back in 2016. “By the way, I also wipe my plane seat down and everything around me. You betcha OCD baby, but if that keeps the bodily fluids/germs off of me, then it's so well worth it folks!”
Knowing her level of disdain for germs is what made this week’s hotel room discovery even more unsettling. In a series of posts to her Instagram Stories, Lisa revealed that she found some seriously gross stains on the carpet of her room… which just so happened to be the presidential suite. Yes, really! One would think a hotel’s biggest, fanciest room would also be the cleanest, but it appears that wasn’t the case for Lisa, who was visiting the QVC Studio in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
“This is the carpet in the ‘presidential suite’ that I stayed in for one night only and then I ran,” she wrote alongside an image of the stain, adding, “I still cannot fucking believe it.”
While she didn’t reveal which hotel she was staying at, Lisa did put the property on notice: “Hotel you know who you are and you should really clean it up or I think the health Dept should be called. No disinfecting wipes can help you. #GROSSSSSSSS.”
We concur, Rinna, any sort of fluid-related carpet stain in a hotel room is simply #GROSS.
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