On last night's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, there was an awkward moment when Camille Grammer brought up Taylor Armstrong's claims that she was abused by her late husband, Russell.
Keeping in mind the show was taped before his August 15 suicide, according to RadarOnline, the confrontation occurred during a tea party hosted by Lisa Vanderpump. Taylor started talking about Lisa's narcissistic tendencies but when she left the room, the housewives turned on her and questioned her claims of abuse.
In an off-camera interview, Camille explained, "Russell's alway been lovely to me, he's always been nice, so I don't know what to believe at this point." Then Kyle Richards pointed out, "Unless I know [she's being abused] as a fact, I can't judge. She is my friend, but it's not matching up to me."
When Taylor returned to the room, Camille confronted her. "We have all protected you, what you have told us about your marriage. because we don't say he hit you! Because we don't say that he broke your jaw or that he beat you up! We don't say that, but now we've said it." She added, "You need to be honest because that's not cool!"
Sadly, Russell was found dead in a Los Angeles home in mid-August, leaving behind Taylor, their daughter Kennedy, and two other children from two previous relationships.