Elieen Davidson supports Yolanda Hadid after she stormed off the set of the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' reunion.
Eileen Davidson felt ''nothing but empathy'' for Yolanda Hadid as she stormed off the set of the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' reunion.
The 56-year-old star feels ''deeply sorry for the pain'' the 52-year-old television personality - who has three children, Gigi, 20, Bella, 19 and Anwar, 16, with her ex-husband Mohamed Hadid - felt during the emotional scenes, which aired on Bravo earlier this week.
She wrote: ''I'm deeply sorry for the pain that Yolanda endured during the first part of the reunion. Clearly she did not understand that her illness had become its own storyline to such an extent.
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Eileen Davidson - Premiere party for Bravo's 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 6 at W Hollywood - Arrivals at W Hotel Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 3rd December 2015
Lisa Rinna , Eileen Davidson - Premiere party for Bravo's 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 6 at W Hollywood - Arrivals at W Hotel Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 4th December 2015
Kim Richards' 'Real Housewives' co-stars have publically shown their support via social media. Lisa Rinna, Lisa Vanderpump, Eileen Davidson and Brandi Glanville have all commented on Richards' arrest for public intoxication.
Kim Richards' co-stars on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have shown their support for the former child star on social media. Richards was arrested in the early hours of Thursday morning (26th April) and charged with public intoxication. Richards has had difficulties with alcoholism in the past and, in the light of her recent arrest, it appears she may have fallen off the wagon.
Kim Richards' Real Housewives co-stars have responded to her arrest on Twitter.
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