RHOB's Newest Star Sheree Zampino Spilled The Tea on Her Relationship with Cast Mates

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In a season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills filled with some pretty epic drama (can we talk Aspen), Sheree Zampino pretty much flew under the radar. Zampino was created by our Queen and the first Black Real Housewife in Beverly Hills, Garcelle Beauvais, and really had nothing to do with anyone.
Even as her castmates go for their bestie in a rather disorganized manner, Zampino, who was married to Will Smith, has remained frustratingly neutral.
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When I saw that she'd done an interview with the Huffington Post in which she chafed at her relationships with castmates, I really hoped there was finally some fire.
Instead, it turns out she gets along with everyone, except maybe Sutton Stracke and Kyle Richards, whom she called "shady" and couldn't keep a secret.
She spoke specifically of Erika Girardi, whose alleged embezzlement of funds intended for fire victims and the families of plane crash survivors from her estranged husband, a lawyer, has been the focus of the show for the last two seasons.
"I was pleasantly surprised. Like Erika, I actually found her funny. I had a good time with her. I saw her realness and I'm from New York," Zampino told the Huffington Post. "That's why I love people who are real and who know exactly where they stand."
But here's the thing, Girardi isn't exactly popular with fans or with Beauvais at the moment. Girardi has been accused of receiving millions of dollars in funds intended for her estranged husband's clients.
In a recent episode, when questioned by Beauvais and another castmate about a $750,000 pair of earrings said to have been purchased with the alleged victims' money, Girardi said it wasn't her problem. She also cursed Beauvais and other castmates for daring to ask if holding on to the earrings was right for them. In July, she was ordered to return the earrings as part of the numerous court cases she and her estranged husband are facing.
There's a lot more bad blood between Beauvais and Girardi, not least a scene where Girardi curses Beauvais' then 14-year-old for trying to clean up after a party. Another highlight was when Girardi threw Beauvais' new book in the trash on Instagram.
But that wasn't the only performer to go below the belt with Beauvais, praising Zampino. She also had some very nice things to say about ultra-rich socialite Diana Jenkins. "I love the way Diana rolls," Zampino told the Huffington Post.
Again, there is way too much to do between Jenkins and Beauvais. But what really stands out to me is the time Jenkins blasted Beauvais on social media by saying it's Beauvais' job to tell people how much Jenkins gives to the Haitian and Black communities.
For those who don't know, Beauvais is Haitian, and the whole thing just reeks of not-so-subtle racism. There's "How dare you black person criticize me, I've done so much for you guys."
That being said, I'm a little disappointed that even after seeing all these attacks on her friend on social media, Zampino is still trying so hard to remain neutral.

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