Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards says she's had a tough time knowing how to handle Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif's split, especially during the Season 3 reunion.

"We had actually become closer to Paul," she writes. "Mainly because Paul reached out to us more than Adrienne, and Paul is my mother-in-law's doctor."

Kyle is convinced that the rumors that came out this week about Mauricio supposedly having eyes for other women is a result of herself saying at the reunion that she didn't believe Adrienne's chef, Bernie.

"I knew the moment I said [that I didn't believe abuse accusations about Paul], I would be the next victim of Bernie," Kyle writes. "Sure enough, the moment it was known that I had said that, false stories started popping up about me on the Internet."

"Although predictable, it was disappointing and hurtful, considering I had tried to support Adrienne," Kyle continues. "It should also be noted that when Andy asked me that question, Mauricio was working with Adrienne. So much for Lisa's theory that I nurture my friendships for business."

Kyle was also taken aback by what Yolanda Foster said to her at the reunion.

"I was still in absolute shock that Yolanda went out of her way to be so mean to me," Kyle writes in her Bravo blog. "We had never had ANY issues. It felt to me that there was a planned "attack" on me and she was sticking to the plan."

"The thing that bothers me the most in life is a lie," Kyle says about Yolanda's denial about dissing Lisa Vanderpump while in Paris. "I lost any respect I had for Yolanda when she wasn't able to tell truth."

And Kyle was hurt by Brandi Glanville's comments about wanting her sister to fail at her sobriety.

"Nothing could be further from the truth," Kyle says. "My sister's battle with alcohol has been going on for many years. Nobody can even begin to imagine what we have gone through. I will not share those stories with Brandi or anyone else."

Wow, talk about an emotional season. We're sure Kyle is hoping Season 4 goes a bit smoother!

Source: Kyle's Bravo blog