It’s not all “hunky f–king dory,” according to Lisa Rinna.
The cast of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” share their reactions to Kathy Hilton’s “raging” behavior during a trip to Aspen, Colorado, in the midseason trailer released Thursday.
“I saw her just as angry,” says Erika Jayne.
“I had locked myself in the bedroom,” Rinna says to Garcelle Beauvais, who looks shocked.
In the same scene, Hilton’s half-sister Kyle Richards looks indifferently to the side of the room.
“Kathy was damn furious,” newbie Diana Jenkins tells Jayne. “I don’t even know who that person was.”
In another clip, Jayne, 51, tells Dorit Kemsley and Rinna, 59, that if she could be questioned about her estranged husband Tom Girardi’s legal troubles last season, Hilton, 63, “must own her s–t too.”
However, Hilton denies “screaming and throwing things” in an Instagram Live shown in the teaser.
“I’m not,” she claims.
That said, the midseason trailer also shows Hilton heading for a car and yelling that she’s “going away” because she’s “f–king pissed off.”
It’s unclear exactly what happened in Aspen, but Rinna and Richards, 53, have an emotional conversation with Hilton about her actions afterwards.
“You said some things about that beautiful sister of yours,” Rinna tells Hilton. “I’m sorry, Kathy, but you won’t get away with it.
“I just want to know where that hatred is coming from,” she continues, prompting Hilton to hit back that Rinna “can also be really unkind.”
The conversation turns emotional and Richards eventually bursts into tears.
“I feel like you hate me or something. How could you say those things?” Richards asks as Hilton seemingly warns her to stop by repeating her name over and over.
Hilton has denied any “raging” claims of the cast trip, telling E! News in February that it was actually her co-stars who had “some fights”.
Richards revealed in “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” in May that she and Hilton weren’t speaking to each other due to a “rough patch” they reached during filming, but they’ve been back in touch ever since.
“We’re great,” Hilton told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday, adding that she apologized after saying “some things out of frustration” and “some things I shouldn’t have said.”