Camille Grammer Shocks Andy Cohen with This Kelsey Grammer Bombshell, Thinks Teddi Is 'Too Far Up' Kyle's Butt
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Andy couldn't believe it. "For real?!" he asked repeatedly.

UPDATED on 7/11/19 at 6:20 a.m.

Kelsey Grammer has responded to claims Camille Grammer made on Tuesday's "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," where she said her ex-husband did not contact her after her house burned down in the 2018 California wildfires.

A rep for Kelsey told TooFab that "Mr. Grammer does not comment on statements made by his former wife;" however, "he contacted his daughter, and his son was staying with him at that time."

ORIGINAL STORY on 7/10/19 at 8:49 a.m.

Camille Grammer just shocked Andy Cohen with a claim she made about her ex-husband, Kelsey Grammer.

On Tuesday's episode of "Watch What Happens Live," a caller asked the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" castmember if Kelsey had reached out to her following the burning of her Malibu home.

"No, no. Not at all," she replied. "No."

Andy couldn't believe it. "For real?!" he asked repeatedly.

"For real," Camille replied somberly. "Nothing."

TooFab has reached out to Kelsey for comment.

This season of the Bravo series documented the devastation Camille faced when the first house she purchased after her bitter divorce from the "Frasier" star was completely consumed by the 2018 California wildfires. To top it all off, her assistant of 23 years died suddenly two days prior. The back-to-back tragedies left Camille in what she described as a vulnerable emotional state.

But she wasn't the only "RHOBH" star who had to face the massive fires head on; Denise Richards and new husband Aaron Phypers were forced to evacuate their Malibu home, too. But as Camille pointed out during a recent episode, Denise's rented home was not affected the way Camille's purchased home was.

A caller on Tuesday's "WWHL" called Grammer out for her snarky comment, asking why she "passive aggressively downplayed" the show's newcomer over something that affected them both.

"I know that came off dismissive, and I felt really, really bad about it, but it was a big difference between losing a house," Camille explained. "I mean, I lost basically everything, so that was really tough. But I didn't mean to do that. I felt really bad after it."

"It was an interesting year," she later added. "It was very stressful. I had a bad year. I was in the hot seat. I had a really tough year. I lost my house and my assistant, my mom was really sick."

"It's weird," Andy noted. "You got married, which was an incredible thing, and then you had so much tragedy happen."

"One after another," she replied. "I lost my assistant, and two days later, I lost my house. And then my mom is sick during the whole time, and I'm on the phone with her, trying to support her during her battle with cancer, so there was a lot. I was overwhelmed, and I think you see that in the last episodes and in the reunion, that I was just overwhelmed with grief."

It wasn't until a caller brought up Kyle Richards that Camille took on a different tone. The person asked Camille if she was surprised Kyle didn't have her back this season and wondered if she regretted asking her to be part of her wedding party.

"I was hurt by Kyle this year for some of the petty comments she made about the bridesmaid dress and just leading up to it, and I just thought she would've been a little more supportive," Grammer replied. "This was a big thing for me to get remarried again, so I was a little disappointed."

Not missing the opportunity to take a jab at Teddi Mellencamp, she added, "And I think that Teddi is too far up her ass!"

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" three-part reunion begins Tuesday, July 16 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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