Pointing to the scene where the couple is chatting in the limo on the way to the shindig, Lisa wrote, “[Adrienne] finally admitted that there was a letter, because at the tea party she vociferously denied it.”
Lisa brought up how Adrienne and Paul were insistent that Taylor and Russell Armstrong be kicked out of Kyle’s White Party last year, but that they felt their situation with Brandi was totally different.
“It seemed to me it shrieked of utter hypocrisy,” Lisa wrote, mentioning how she’s ignored remarks made by the Maloofs’ chef, Bernie, about Lisa’s own reputation. “I was advised to ignore it but at times it has been challenging, Brandi has endured the same aggressive behavior and this has resulted in a mountain of resentment and confusion.”
Lisa also took a moment to address whether Faye Resnick was invited to her tea party, which Faye has adamantly denied crashing. Lisa said it was Kyle’s idea to invite Faye, a notion Lisa shot down immediately in light of what happened at Kyle’s dinner party.
“Apparently Faye was miffed,” Lisa wrote. “I could honestly care less and hoped that as she knew I didn't want to include her. She would have the wherewithal to stay home. There was no place setting, a chair, yes, but no gift, no place setting, just one for Kim which was taken by Faye.”
Kyle does not get off scott free in Lisa’s book when it comes to the curious case of why Taylor seemed to lose track of her daughter, Kennedy.
“I recall Kyle telling me the nanny was going to collect her and a decision was made for Kennedy to stay, unbeknownst to Taylor,” she wrote. “Taylor believed that her daughter was being taken to her grandmothers, now I think that Kyle should have explained that, rather than us believing that Taylor was devoid of any knowledge as to the whereabouts of her daughter.”
We can always count on Lisa to be the voice of reason, however prickly her words may be!