'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Kyle Richards reacts to Diana Jenkins saying she'd head butt Sutton Stracke: 'You can't justify that'

"RHOBH" cast Diana Jenkins (L), Kyle Richards and Sutton Stracke (R). Tommy Garcia/Bravo
Kyle Richards said she "couldn't justify" costar Diana Jenkins saying she was headbutting Sutton Stracke.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star told Insider why she feels sorry for Jenkins.
In "RHOBH" season 12, episode 8, there was a huge argument between Jenkins and Stracke.
The 12th season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills got off to a dramatic start last week when new cast member Diana Jenkins revealed she's ready to be the "new villain" in a fight with Sutton Stracke. Now, original housewife Kyle Richards is telling Insider all about the outbreak.
In season 12, episode eight, Jenkins and Stracke got into a back-and-forth at Garcelle Beauvais' birthday party, with Jenkins calling Stracke "boring" and "fake" and Stracke calling Jenkins "soulless."
At one point during the conversation, Jenkins said to Stracke, "You want me to bang your head?" Jenkins also used similar language in the previous episode when he described to co-stars Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley an altercation with Stracke . "She could have been headbutted," Jenkins said.
The drama between Jenkins and Stracke arose from the cast's trip to Punta de Mita, Mexico in the previous episodes. In a heated table scene in episode six, Stracke shouted down Jenkins to end her point, causing Jenkins to cry. Later, in the seventh episode, Stracke claimed Jenkins didn't allow her to sit with her on the flight back to Beverly Hills.
Fans on social media have criticized Jenkins' use of threatening language, and now Richards is stepping in.
"Obviously you can't justify that when someone says headbutt. Never," Richards exclusively told Insider.
"I can't justify a lot of the things people say and do on this show," the reality TV star added, explaining that a lot of the events on the show are a matter of perspective.
"That's the thing. When the burglary happened with Dorit, you saw Sutton's reaction," Richards said. “She said she had her designer come. In a situation like that, I thought, 'Wow, that was offensive to me.' And some people said, 'Well, you can't expect her to feel the way you do.'"
Kyle Richards feels 'bad' for Diana Jenkins after 'RHOBH' episode 8
Kyle Richards attends the Hayu Q&A Event in Celebration of Season 12 of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills at Bvlgari Hotel on July 4, 2022 in London, England.
Jenkins appeared to be taking on the mantle of the new "RHOBH" villain, telling Stracke in episode eight, "You need a new villain? Here I am."
Richards said she knows Jenkins is "getting a lot of hate on social media after last week's episode," but explained to Insiders why she felt sorry for the new cast member.
"The thing is, with reality television, you can love someone who's not such a great person and hate someone who's actually a decent person," Richards said. "I always feel bad...Diana is new to the show, I don't know if it doesn't always translate well on camera or what it is exactly...all I know is that personally I'm nothing but kind and lovely." was thoughtful and extremely generous to my charities."
Richards added, "I just feel bad when someone's new and I'm like, oh my god, you signed up for this and you just get dragged, and those people have never met you."
The conclusion of Jenkins and Stracke's argument will air this week after the eighth episode ended on a cliffhanger.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Wednesdays on Bravo in the US and is available to stream the next day on Hayu in the UK and elsewhere.
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