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Taylor Armstrong: I Wasn't Questioning Yolanda
Taylor explains her interest in Yolanda's illness.
Bravotv.com: What have you been up to since we last saw you?
Taylor Armstrong: I have been running a new supplement company, Liv Fit Labs, LLC and enjoying time with my daughter, Kennedy and husband, John. I am back living in California and have been catching up with friends and family and spending time at the beach.
Bravotv.com: You were raising some questions about Yolanda's illness at the party. What was it exactly that had you questioning things?
TA: When Yolanda was first diagnosed with Lyme disease, I shared my thoughts with her about the potential for a misdiagnosis. I have had two family members with Multiple Sclerosis, and it took quite a long time for them to be properly diagnosed. The symptoms she described were similar to what my family members experienced. My husband's friend is a world-renowned diagnostic neurologist, and I offered to connect Yolanda with him for an appointment or even a phone call to describe her condition and get his thoughts. She declined to do so, but I was concerned for her and wanted to offer the option of another opinion.
Bravotv.com: What do you think about Lisa Rinna saying you're overstepping with your questions?
TA: When I returned to Beverly Hills and attended Ken's birthday luncheon, I was interested to know how all the girls were. It's normal when you are catching up with friends to ask how other friends are doing, especially when someone has been ill. I was surprised to learn that she wasn't feeling better after all this time and all the intensive treatments she has gone through. When I started asking about her health, the ladies acted as if it was taboo to talk about it, which I found odd considering Yolanda has been very public about her health issues. It made me more inquisitive because I couldn't get a straight answer about how she was doing, and I didn't understand why no one wanted to talk about it. Learning that she was still suffering badly made me think again that perhaps she should get another opinion. I was asking if she had done so or if she was only focused on the Lyme disease path. I know that she is ill. I was not questioning that, and I wasn't questioning Yolanda. I was merely suggesting that since all the Lyme disease treatments were not helping her, maybe she and her doctors should consider other possibilities. I feel terrible for her that she is having such a difficult time and wish her all the best in her recovery.