Lisa Vanderpump’s Fans Slam ‘Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’ Over Deleted Scene
Fans of Lisa Vanderpump were infuriated after a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills scene of hers was posted online Monday, June 3, instead of on the show. They questioned the network over why this footage wasn’t aired due to how particularly important the material in it is.
Lisa, 58, filmed a PSA with The Trevor Project in the online footage that Instinct Magazine exclusively broke on Monday.
The Trevor Project is a non-profit organization that focuses on the suicide prevention efforts among LGBTQ youth.
They operate The TrevorLifeline through its toll-free number where trained counselors are available 24 hours a day to provide crisis intervention and suicide prevention for members of our community aged 13-24.
Lisa was emotional throughout the scene. She lost her only sibling Mark in April 2018 to suicide so she was able to relate to the cause at hand. “I have an understanding of the devastation that radiates through a family,” she said.
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Fans of the show were outraged when the footage only appeared online. “Very sad Bravo didn’t air this,” one wrote.
“I’m so disgusted with Bravo after seeing the touching video that was left on the editing floor SHAME ON THEM!,” another one chimed in.
Lisa has had to deal with backlash from her RHOBH costars this past season over #PuppyGate. It was enough for her to stop filming with them as the show progressed.
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