"If [that happened to you] at 15, you would tell your best friend or you would tell your parents," Camille stated in an impassioned speech. "I'm a victim, too. I told my boyfriend, I told my mother, I told my therapist. I told people! I didn't hold onto it for 35 years. This woman has some serious allegations, and I feel bad for what him and his family are going through."
Camille went on to say she knows what it's like to be "wrongfully accused and humiliated all over the country, the world, for lies," likening the grief she felt Kavanaugh was experiencing to the hate she received following her very public divorce from Kelsey Grammer. Lisa Rinna was beside herself, but Kyle Richards managed to put out the fire before Camille got torched by her co-stars. Twitter, however, didn't let up so easily.
"Camille, you are confusing AF right now," one critic tweeted. "You can't compare people calling you the most hated Housewife nine years ago to alleged sexual abuse." Another dissenter shared, "AND WHAT KIND OF EVIDENCE SHOULD ONE HAVE, CAMILLE?! A CAMERA CREW TO FILM IT?!"
The backlash was relentless, and most tweets echoed the same sentiment, but Camille only responded to one person.
"FYI, most women don't tell when they have been sexually attacked," the message read. "Please educate yourself."
"I have. You are correct. Not all women do," Camille replied.
See some of the most heated responses to Camille's Kavanaugh comments in the tweets below.
Camille Grammer did that thing tonight where conservatives spout their horrifying opinions and then have a meltdown when forced to face the social consequences of their putrid morals. Typical. #rhobh #sopernicious pic.twitter.com/mrmb24v7NM
Camille asking for evidenced a sexual assault is horrendous and despicable. What evidence are you looking for? Video? Photos? A judge to admit he assaulted her? This is making me sick to my stomach. I will no longer watch Camille scenes. She no longer exists for me. #RHOBH
I'm not sure if I'll ever be ready to watch tonight's episode of #RHOBH where Camille willingly throws herself off the bridge after Brett Kavanaugh. Brett. Fucking. Kavanaugh. Men don't need your help falling upwards, Cam. pic.twitter.com/05wWqbCtyu