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OK! Exclusive: RHOBH's Eileen Davidson Insists Co-Star Yolanda Foster ‘Isn’t Faking’ Lyme Disease

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Nov. 25 2015, Published 4:58 p.m. ET

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There has been much speculation surrounding Yolanda Foster’s Lyme disease diagnosis. A few Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars have been questioning the authenticity of her symptoms.

Eileen Davidson, 56, exclusively told OKMagazine.com that Yolanda, 51, is not faking such an illness. "I think that is just a bunch of BS frankly," she said. "I know for a fact that she is not faking it."

Kyle Richards Says Yolanda Foster’s Lyme Disease Is Called Into Question During The New Season Of RHOBH!

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Watching her friend struggle has been the most difficult part for Eileen. “I care very deeply about her, and I see her struggling. Her cycle is really happening and it continues. It’s hard to see your friend go through this kind of thing, especially in front of the cameras.”

The soap opera actress thinks she’s been a supporter throughout Yolanda’s illness. Though, Eileen hasn’t been to actual doctors appointments, she’s visited many times and considers Foster “a friend.”

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RHOBH premieres on Bravo at 9 PM ET on December 1.

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