The 53-year-old Halloween Kills actor faced criticism for smiling in a Bravo program clip where Erika, 50, tells Jax, 14, to “get the f-k out” of his mother’s birthday celebration. Fans criticized Kyle and her husband, Mauricio Umansky, for praising Erika’s “more laid-back” demeanor during the party, but Kyle believes that viewers don’t understand the complete context.
Before the Wednesday, July 6, program, she told the U.K.’s Metro, “I didn’t even see Erika say that I was told the next day. “As one does occasionally, I was laughing at a friend’s intoxicated antics. Nothing to do, specifically, with disrespecting anyone’s child.
The former star of Little House on the Prairie said, “I have four girls. Since I only viewed that clip last night on Instagram, I believe my response would have been different if I had seen it earlier. However, you immediately think, “Oh, my God!” when you hear a story like that. Sometimes I chuckle inappropriately, but it wasn’t about Garcelle and her son; rather, it was about Erika.
Kyle said that Erika’s behavior wasn’t something she was “accustomed to seeing.” “Oh, my God, such and so was so drunk, they did this and that,” she said, “and you hear a story the next day, and we laughed, it was like that.” “To think that someone saw it that way, that I didn’t care, and that I was being casual with someone’s child… After 12 years on this show, I’d like to think that people are more familiar with me.
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The scene didn’t just wow Bravo viewers; Garcelle, 55, revealed to her Twitter followers that she hadn’t seen the clip until it went viral on Instagram on July 4th. A day later, she appeared to criticize her co-star despite posting a lovely family photo.
“I’d want to thank my sons Oliver, Jax, and Jaid with this post. You lads are very proud of me. You are respectful, loving, and compassionate. Even when they don’t deserve it, you still treat them with respect. The former NYPD Blue employee tweeted on Tuesday, July 5 that “respect is a reflection of your character, not theirs.”
For her part, Kyle has already defended herself in the face of criticism. She commented on Instagram, “I was giggling about a friend’s drunken, foolish conduct. NOT about treating a youngster disrespectfully. You probably know me better than that by this point. I didn’t even witness this; I learned about Erika’s remarks only after the fact.
The socialite responded to Metro’s inquiry about if she had spoken to Garcelle about the controversy since the incident made headlines, “Actually no, since I’m in London. I have no idea what time it is; I think it’s currently two in the morning. But I do intend to text her about it.
As RHOBH season 12 got underway in May, keen viewers observed that Erika’s Instagram account had been unfollowed by Garcelle. In an exclusive interview with Us Weekly, the former cast member of The Jamie Foxx Show opened out about the rift and hinted that she wasn’t on the best of terms with the singer of “Pretty Mess.”
“For me, I want to follow people that make you want to follow them after viewing their feed. You want to get along with them,” Garcelle said in February. “You want to encourage them, but I just didn’t want to. I didn’t want to watch it.
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