'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Kyle Richards says costar stormed out of her house after 'big fight' in 'tumultuous' season 12

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.
Kyle Richards said a Real Housewives co-star stormed out of her home after an argument.
The original "RHOBH" star teased that season 12 will be "more tumultuous."
Richards recently responded to criticism after apparently minimizing Sutton Stracke's miscarriages.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards has teased that season 12 of the hit reality show Bravo will get even "more turbulent" as viewers will see her having a "big fight" with one of her housewives.
"There's just a lot going on, a lot of drama, a lot of fighting, a lot of jaw-dropping moments," Richards teased earlier this week in London at a special screening event hosted by Hayu, who is broadcasting "RHOBH" internationally.
The original "Beverly Hills" housewife has said that one of her co-stars will storm out of her house in the upcoming episodes after an argument.
"I've clashed with people I care about. There was a lot going on with some of the girls — we had a big argument with one of them and she left my house," Richards said.
“I think viewers will like it a lot. Whenever I say it's a great season, it's not great for us - it's great for the viewer. It feels so strange to say this, 'It's so awesome! We are all so tormented! You will love it!'"
Richards, whose husband Mauricio Umansky also made a surprise appearance at the London event on Monday, didn't reveal which of her co-stars she clashed with, but things have been pretty tense in "RHOBH" country this week.
On Tuesday night, Richards responded to criticism after two preview clips from this week's episode of "RHOBH" caused an uproar among fans on social media.
In one clip, Richard's co-star Sutton appeared to minimize Stracke, who opened up about previous miscarriages, telling Stracke, "I love you but this feels like bullshit."
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In a second clip, Richards, Umansky, co-star Dorit Kemsley and Kemsley's husband PK appear to be laughing at Erika Girardi berating Garcelle Beauvais' 14-year-old son Jax.
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Richards explained her version of events on her Instagram Stories, telling fans that she "obviously had a few drinks" while speaking to Stracke and wasn't making herself clear.
"I was disappointed in the way I treated myself," Richards continued. "When I woke up the next morning, I thought about what had happened and realized that Sutton might have shared her story with Diana to get in touch with her in some way. I immediately called Sutton and apologized to her. I consider Sutton a close friend and care a lot about her. Sutton accepted my apology and we moved on."
Kyle Richards' Instagram Story.Kyle Richards/Instagram
In response to the second clip, Richards said she did not see Girardi telling Beauvais' son to "get away" from his mother's birthday party, clarifying that Girardi's behavior was "funny".
"I thought Erika was drunk was funny, but what she said to Jax wasn't," Richards wrote. "I hope you know me well enough by now to know that I certainly do not condone speaking to children like that."
Richards added that she felt "absolutely awful" watching the clips that were circulating online.
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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Kyle Richards
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