It's official! After fans have asked the right f*cking questions for months about who would star in the next season of True Detective, we finally have our answer!
We're very happy to hear this.
Although the majority of the drama on this season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has involved Taylor Armstrong being upset with Camille Grammer for publicly addressing the abuse she endured at the hands of her now-deceased husband, Russell, sources close to the reality stars have revealed that the two have since reconciled!
"Taylor just isn't capable of being mad at anyone, period. There isn't a feud between the two. On Sunday before the episode aired, all of the Housewives, including Camille were texting Taylor offering words of support to her. All of the girls receive copies of the show that will air several days before so they can watch it before the public. Taylor hadn't had the time to watch it when she started receiving the text messages. Camille was extremely gracious and sincere in her text messages. Are these two best friends? No. But Taylor was extremely appreciative towards Camille in the days after Russell committed suicide because of the support she offered Taylor."
Of course, we understand how difficult it must have been for Taylor at the time when Camille came forward with the abuse claims, as she was still living in fear of her husband, so we certainly don't blame her for the misdirected anger she held against her!
But we're glad that now that there's been some time and healing, Taylor can realize that all Camille and her co-stars were doing were attempting to help her get out of the nightmare in which she was living.
We couldn't be more relieved and grateful that all of this is now behind her.
Keep fighting and stay strong, Taylor. You are in our thoughts.
P.S. CLICK HERE to call the National Domestic Abuse hotline if you, or someone you love, may be a victim to violence at the hands of a partner.
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