Crystal Kung Minkoff insinuated that Sutton Stracke told an even darker, more problematic, story than the one revealed on Wednesday’s episode of ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’
via Page Six:
Minkoff appeared on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen” on Wednesday and surprisingly agreed with fans who said Stracke’s story about her daughter having “multicultural friends” at a pool party wasn’t an issue — but something else was.
“Well, that story was not problematic,” she said, to which host Andy Cohen pushed, “There’s another story?”
The 39-year-old Housewife appeared to have something on the tip of her tongue but decided not to divulge details.
“Look, Sutton and I know what was said, and we’ve spoken at length about it, and she has apologized to me privately and publicly,” she said.
While Minkoff – who is the first Asian-American cast member on “RHOBH” — didn’t specify the apology she was referring to, Stracke, 50, publicly expressed remorse last year for comparing Asian hate to being called a redneck.
“That conversation was a lengthy one, and I’m choosing — and I’ve chosen back then — to believe her in her apology and to move forward, and that’s who I am, and that’s what I want to do. And I believe in apologies, and that’s where I’m at,” Minkoff concluded on “WWHL.”
The “RHOBH” sophomore didn’t elaborate on actual problematic story that she alluded to, and Stracke has not yet responded to her claim.
Minkoff alleged on “RHOBH” that Stracke made a “dark” comment during a getaway to Lake Tahoe, Calif., but would not provide further details to her insistent co-stars
While Minkoff kept her mouth shut, Stracke told close friend Garcelle Beauvais that Minkoff could’ve been referring to a comment made about raising her daughter to have “multicultural friends.”
“My white child is with Black girls in there, a Chinese girl was in the Jacuzzi and I’m like, ‘This is what it should be,’” Stracke told Minkoff in a flashback clip from last season’s Lake Tahoe, Calif., trip.
Beauvais – who is the the first full-time Black “RHOBH” cast member – said she did not find the comment “problematic.”
At this point, Crystal needs to either say what it is or apologize and never bring it up again. ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.