Camille Grammer is no longer a full-time housewife on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but many feel that she should be.
In fact, Grammer is one of the more outspoken housewives in the franchise and she doesn’t hold back when there’s something she disagrees with.
On the previous season of the show, Camille got into a heated argument with Dorit Kemsley after speaking out about how she didn’t like Dorit’s drunken behavior.
But now, Grammer has ended up being the one who is facing the heat and harsh comments from people.
This week, Camille Grammer made a comment about the Brett Kavanaugh case, questioning why it took a woman 30 years to come forward about something that happened in high school.
After reading a tweet where it was questioned whether the woman was a victim or an opportunist, Grammer said that she thought the case was “suspicious”.
You speak up the moment something happens and report it. Not wait 30 plus years. Why now??
— Camille Meyer (@TheRealCamilleG) September 16, 2018
While some people thought that Camille’s tweet and stance was out of line, she said that she was just wondering why someone would wait for years to report something.
That is true
— Camille Meyer (@TheRealCamilleG) September 17, 2018
When someone wrote that one of the reasons why the alleged victim hadn’t said anything was that society has a tendency to make women feel ashamed of what happened rather than feeling supported, Camille Grammer admitted that this was true.
Back in 2013, Grammer was the victim of domestic abuse. She filed a police report and later received a $121,000 legal triumph over her abuser.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is returning later this year on Bravo, but no premiere time has been released.