(LOS ANGELES) — The ladies of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are set to battle it out Monday night on a reunion special where they will hash out all of the drama from season three. Star Kim Richards is already spilling the tea on what fans can expect, including exactly what happened to her in Paris.
During season two, fans saw Richards finally admit to a substance abuse problem, and it seemed that during their recent trip to Paris in season three that she had fallen off the wagon. Richards told ABC News that wasn’t true, and she instead blamed her behavior on a “medication mix-up.”
Richards also revealed that things were scarier than they seemed in Paris because she had serious medical complications from the mix-up. “I had a couple seizures when I was there, which I had had when I first came home from treatment as well. And they were scary for me,” she explained.
Richards is feeling better and admits her gloves were off at the recent taping of the reunion episode. And her target may not surprise viewers: Yolanda Foster. “I address some things with her that maybe she’s not happy about, but I like Yolanda a lot. I say it like it is. I don’t lie,” she said vaguely.
Richards also confirmed reports that Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof didn’t attend the taping, saying, “I wish everybody had been there I should say. One, it would’ve been more fun for all of us to be there and two, it would’ve given everybody a chance to say what they need to say.”
And will she return next season? Richards said we’ll “have to wait and see” if she returns for season four.
The former child star, best known for her role in the movie Escape to Witch Mountain, also revealed to ABC News Radio that originally she and sister Kyle Richards, who is also on Housewives, were supposed to star in a reality show with their half-sister, Kathy Hilton, Paris Hilton’s mom.
“You know we were planning to do something else at the time. The three of us were going to do something before Kyle and I jumped onto the Housewives,” Richards said. “…Who knows what the future holds.”
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills hits Bravo TV on Monday, beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern time with the season finale. The Reunion: Part 1 episode airs immediately afterwards at 9 p.m. Eastern time.
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