Kathy Hilton told me Kim faked Harry Hamlin rumors

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Rinna claims Kathy Hilton told her Kim Richards made up that there were rumors about Harry Hamlin during their infamous dinner from hell in Season 5.

Rinna — who’s been married to Hamlin for 25 years — made the allegation Sunday below an unrelated Instagram photo of co-star Crystal Kung Minkoff’s dog after Hilton commented, “So sweet ❤️.”

Replying directly to her frenemy, Rinna, 58, wrote, “I remember when you first got on the show you called me and said ‘What Kim said about Harry, she made it all up you know that right?’ and I just said I know she did Kathy.”

“I just flashed on that today for some reason,” added the notorious pot-stirrer.

Hilton, 63, did not respond to the comment.

Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin at a 2020 fashion show.
Rinna made the unprovoked allegation Sunday on Instagram.
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It was during an already tense meal on the cast’s 2015 trip to Amsterdam that Richards said to Rinna, “Let’s talk about the husband. … Let’s not talk about what you don’t want out.”

Though Richards, now 57, never elaborated on what she was referring to, it was enough to make Rinna lunge across the table and chuck her wine glass in Richards’ direction.

“You never go near my husband! Do you f–king understand that?!” Rinna shouted while being physically restrained by then-castmate Hadid.

Kim Richards and Kathy Hilton embracing at an event in 2015.
Richards alluded to Hamlin’s alleged skeletons during Season 5 of “RHOBH.”
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Rumors about Hamlin, 70, began swirling again last month when “Real Housewives of County” alum Kelly Dodd joked that the actor would be “next” after Todd Chrisley’s alleged gay affair was revealed during the “Chrisley Knows Best” star’s federal fraud trial.

Rinna responded to the remark by posting a photo of herself from the Amsterdam dinner with a beard filtered onto her face.

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Kelly Dodd recently claimed Hamlin would be “next” to have his alleged true sexual orientation revealed.
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The lifelike facial hair was likely a reference to the slang use of “beard,” which describes a person who pretends to be someone’s romantic partner to help conceal their true sexual orientation.

She captioned the image, “Good morning to kelly Dodd and Kelly Dodd only.”