Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Kim Richards Arrested

By   /   Apr 17, 2015

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kim Richards was arrested at around 1 a.m. on Thursday April 16 after allegedly getting into a fight, Drunk. Mother of four might be setting a bad example for her children if proven guilty.

Richards who claims that she has been clean for the last three years was arrested because of substance abuse allegedly, looks like the lies of Real housewife of Beverly Hills are becoming public knowledge.

After being arrested the authorities commented that Richards was ‘reeked of alcohol’ and had a ‘slurring speech’. When the police first arrived at the hotel to arrest her she hid in her restroom and did not open the door for some time and once she was under custody she hit one of the officers.

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Currently Kim Richards is being charged with assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, trespassing and drunken fighting. As of now she will have her first hearing with the Judge on June 10 in Beverly Hills.

In response to the whole incident, Kim Richards wrote on her blog explaining what actually happened. According to her blog, she took a medication from her husband for pneumonia and bronchitis and it affected her negatively. Read the entire message below!

“OK—now here’s the back story to the whole poker night debacle. Before the poker party took place, I had been struggling with bronchitis and pneumonia for weeks. I took the pain medication from Monty thinking it can get me through the pain I was experiencing. Little did I know, it just made me kind of out of it! But seriously, if I knew the medication was going to affect me in a negative way, I would have NEVER taken it. Careless decision on my part—lesson learned!
In the next episode you will see that I end up in the hospital with major injuries due to being sick, but because of my history, some people will automatically assume one thing, even though they have seen nothing but strength and courage in my sobriety [sic]for the last three years.”