AceShowbiz - More details of the upcoming season 9 of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" are making their way out online. Fans have been teased of a big fight between Ken Todd and Kyle Richards, and a new report suggests that the spat was so ugly that security had to get involved.
"There is a big fight that happens this season at Lisa Vanderpump's house (shown in trailer) where the other ladies felt Ken got too close to Kyle as they got into an argument," a source says to HollywoodLife.com. "It was so bad and scary for everyone that security had to get involved, which led to Kyle being kicked out of Villa Rosa, the home Lisa shares with Ken."
The source goes on saying that the other Housewives were in Kyle's side, adding that they "have reminded her of this incident as she's pondered reaching out to Lisa." According to the source, "Kyle always has a soft spot in her heart for Lisa and is a very forgiving person, but the other ladies feel this incident took things way too far and have no interest in forgiving her."
"This incident is the cause of the wives not being able to move past their feelings on Lisa. Everyone had Kyle's back and continues to do so. The fight is like nothing you’ve ever seen on Beverly Hills before," adds the source.
Meanwhile, following the death of her brother, Lisa is said to be focusing on her restaurants in 2019. "Lisa Vanderpump is so gracious that it is a new year," the source claims. "She is still majorly dealing and processing the death of her brother but has found better ways to cope with her feelings."
The TV personality allegedly is trying to keep things off of her mind by "spending much more time again at her restaurants and with her staff to take her mind off of things." The source further revealed, "Lisa is a lot calmer than she was even just a few short months ago. Losing her brother was the hardest thing that ever happened to her and she realizes just how much it's changed her."
The fact that season 9 of "RHOBH" is going to premiere soon also helps her less anxious. "It seems like now that RHOBH is getting closer to the premiere date, she's a bit calmer rather than anxious to see how everything shakes out," said the source. "Lisa knows her value and worth as a cast member and is in a completely different place now than when she filmed a good chunk of it in the fall. Friends and staff members alike see a true shift in her as she moves forward. She seems a lot happier and in a much better place right now."