Camille Grammer calls out Faye Resnick at ‘Housewives’ dinner party
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Faye Resnick? Gosh that name sounds familiar. At least, it did to Camille Grammer at a dinner party she hosted for ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’
Oh wait! Camille remembers who she is! And so should everyone else!
‘You know how I know her? I saw her naked in Playboy. She posed naked in Playboy after the O.J. trial,’ the hostess announced to her other guests in an episode that aired Thursday.
‘And,’ she told Faye, ‘I thought you looked amazing. And I have to say, I loved your spread.’
Later, alone on camera, Grammer described Resnick -- there as a guest of another of the ‘Housewives,’ Kyle Richards -- as ‘the morally corrupt Faye Resnick.’
(Let’s not talk about Camille’s Playboy lingerie pics, OK? The ones she said resulted in her meeting future ex-husband Kelsey Grammer? OK.)
Resnick is, in fact, the friend of Nicole Brown Simpson who co-wrote a 1994 book about her murder ahead of the O.J. Simpson trial, then followed it up with the Playboy gig in 1997. Nicole Brown Simpson was killed in June 1994 along with Ron Goldman. Her husband was found not guilty of murder in October 1995, but held liable for $33.5 million in a 1997 wrongful death civil suit brought by Goldman’s family. O.J. is currently in prison in Nevada, serving a 33-year sentence -- perhaps with parole in nine years -- for a September 2007 armed robbery in Las Vegas.
Kelsey and Kayte, by the way, say they don’t watch ‘Real Housewives.’
-- Christie D’Zurilla