Taylor Armstrong, a cast member of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, took to Twitter on Feb. 16 to reassure her fans that she and her daughter are doing fine and are happy.
She tweeted, "I am happier and healthier than ever. Kennedy is so happy as well. We are doing great. Don't believe what you read." She then added, "Happiness doesn't sell unfortunately. Thank you for the well wishes."
Armstrong and her husband appeared on Real Housewives since its first season but after he committed suicide, many of her fans sent their condolences and hoped that she would recover from the trauma. Armstrong said she has since made changes in her life and on camera admitted one of them being she will speak her mind more often.
The reality show airs on Bravo Monday nights. In episode 13, which aired on Feb. 11, cast members of the show gathered at Lisa Vanderpump's home for a tea party. Armstrong tried to joke about the lawsuit Adrienne Maloof and Brandi Glanville are involved in, however, the topic of discussion did not sit well with the other women. Maloof dened ever filing a lawsuit against Glanville and she in response said Maloof was lying.
Following the episode Armstrong wrote in her Bravo blog that Maloof is a "liar" for saying she did not file a lawsuit against Glanville. Though Glanville and Maloof talked somewhat about their differences at the tea party, Armstrong thought the women still did not get "a straight answer from Miss Maloof" and that Maloof continues to lie.
"I have put up with three years of deception," Armstrong wrote. "[Adrienne] denied agreeing to be Kennedy's godmother on the steps of a church. Lie. She didn't back me when she knew I was being abused. Brandi has no filter but. . .'Friends don't sue friends!' Right, Adrienne?"
Armstrong added that as a single mother who went through her own expensive litigation, "I understand Brandi's fears."
In last season of Real Housewives, Armstrong and her husband were asked not to attend a party they were originally invited to all because Maloof had filed a lawsuit against the couple, and that their attendance at the party would only stir more controversy. Armstrong and her husband were turned away by the party host, Kyle Richards, and were sent home.