Things are still not going well for Kyle and Kathy.
“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards revealed that she’s still not in talks with her sister Kathy Hilton following the show’s explosive reunion, which aired last October.
“I haven’t seen her in a while, I haven’t seen her in a while,” the ‘Halloween’ star, 54, told Page Six exclusively at the American Heart Association’s Red Dress Collection Concert Wednesday night.
“It’s honestly not going so well since the reunion,” she admitted.
The spat started when Lisa Rinna claimed that Hilton, 63, had a “psychotic” breakdown during a cast trip to Aspen, which was not caught on camera.
Rinna claimed that the socialite mother of Paris and Nicky Hilton hurled a slew of insults at her “RHOBH” castmates, including, shockingly, her sister Kyle, who she reportedly swore to “ruin f-king.”
“She said, ‘I’ll destroy Kyle and her family if it’s the last thing I ever do,'” Rinna claimed in a subsequent confession.
Hilton vehemently denied Rinna’s account of that night, saying she was “set up” by the actress and Erika Jayne.
Days later, Hilton called out her sibling for crying at the reunion when she claimed to have felt attacked all season.
“Why is she upset and crying? I’m the one who [was] bullied and bullied [sic] for 10 months!” wrote the socialite in response to a comment on Instagram that showed concern for Richards.
Hilton added, “Just cruel and disgusting.”
A rep later clarified that Hilton did not call her sister “cruel and disgusting,” but rather the “treatment” she received while filming the Bravo reality series.
However, Richards agreed to the exchange, saying, “Why [am I upset and crying]? You know exactly why.”
The former child star also ominously added, “I don’t think you want me to explain why.”
Richards confessed to us on Wednesday that their estrangement is “deeply” troubling and hopes it won’t be uncomfortable while filming the upcoming season, which begins this month.
“Welcome to my life,” she said. “My life is awkward all the time!”
It’s not the first time the siblings have cut off communication.
They once stopped talking for years after Richards produced a show called “American Woman,” which was loosely based on their late mother Kathleen Richards.
Other celebrities who walked to promote women’s heart care included Teri Hatcher, Gina Gershon, Anika Noni Rose, Susan Lucci, and Star Jones.