Lisa Rinna Says She 'Didn't Know' About Lisa Vanderpump's Brother's Suicide — After Making An Insensitive Comment About Pills

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Feb. 21 2019, Published 7:42 p.m. ET

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Lisa Rinna is trying to backtrack on the insensitive comments she made about Lisa Vanderpump's brother's suicide. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star claimed that she "had no idea" about the accident, and after trying to explain herself on Watch What Happens Live earlier this week, she’s still trying to clear the air on Twitter.

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It all started when the 55-year-old made some comments about pills for LVP's birthday. On WWHL she told Andy Cohen, "A day after her birthday, nobody had wished her a happy birthday on Twitter, I actually felt bad," she said.

She continued, "I thought, 'Well, that’s not cool. I’m going to wish her a happy birthday.' That’s my cheeky — you know, we have pill humor!”

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“She knows I meant no harm,” she said. “I would never ever do that. Ever.”

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She then clarified her comments again on Twitter. "We didn’t see LVP for long, she stopped filming after Denise Richards’ wedding. I did not know it was suicide. I reached out to LVP immediately as soon as I found out how insensitive my tweet ended up being," the mom of two wrote.

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The British restaurateur’s brother Mark died last April due to an overdose.

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