Taylor Armstrong from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills recalled a second which will have modified her route on the present without end. In reality, the second left her speechless.
“When Camille [Grammer] outed my abuse at Lisa’s [Vanderpump] tea party,” she instructed Bravo’s The Daily Dish. Grammer shared with the group that Armstrong’s husband, Russell, broke her jaw and beat her up.
“I remember staring at one of the producers just dead in the eyes because I didn’t even have anything to say,” she admitted. “I knew in that moment that my life was about to change. And I didn’t know if that meant my life would be over? Or my life would get better? I would get divorced? It was a very scary moment for me.”
Taylor Armstrong tried to masks the abuse
Viewers may inform one thing was off with Armstrong in the course of the first season of the present. She by no means admitted she was being abused in her marriage till the data was shared in the course of the second season. Armstrong stated her husband apprehensive that it appeared the couple didn’t have a cheerful marriage. “I think he wanted me to put up a better facade than that,” she stated.
“But I didn’t even realize how unhealthy our relationship looked until I watched season 1,” she remarked. “I was set back at looking at the differences between my relationship and the other relationships on the show.”
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“And I remember having a conversation with Lisa [Vanderpump] about it,” she stated. “And just asking her, ‘Does Ken go through your phone?’ All these things I was living with. She said, ‘No, I would divorce him.’ But with a much better accent of course.”
Armstrong lastly left her husband
“When I originally came on Beverly Hills, Adrienne Maloof and I were really good friends,” she defined. “And the producers reached out to me and I went in for an interview. There was positively some hesitation to go on Housewives.”
“For one reason, I was having physical abuse at my home,” she continued. “I wasn’t sure how that was all going to play out on TV. I think part of me thought that the cameras might provide protection?”
She got here clear in regards to the abuse throughout her second season of the present. “I think I thought subconsciously it might make things better and it might help my relationship,” she stated. “Season 1 gave me hope that I would have some means to take care of myself and my daughter. And going forward I knew that I wanted to stick with the show because it was an opportunity to leave.”
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Armstrong and her husband in the end divorced. He dedicated suicide and Armstrong was the one who discovered him. “I went to go meet him one day, and his office was dark and he wasn’t there and he was a workaholic, so it was completely unusual for that to be the case,” Armstrong shared on the Divorce Sucks with Laura Wasser podcast. “And I just had this sinking feeling that something terrible had happened. And it had never crossed my mind in the past. He was very narcissistic and not someone you would ever think would take their life. But ultimately, I had found him hanging in the house that he had moved into.”