Taylor Armstrong's 'RHOBH' Co-Stars 'Disgusted' With Her Tell-All Book

Mon, December 5, 2011 3:29pm EST by 77 Comments
Taylor Armstrong

Taylor recently revealed that she’s writing a tell-all book about her abusive marriage and a source tells HollywoodLife that her fellow cast mates think it’s ‘too soon’! Do you?

Taylor Armstrong might want to re-think her 272-page memoir Hiding From Reality: My Story of Love, Loss, and Finding the Courage WithinHollywoodLife.com spoke to a source close to the cast who says it’s “horrible” that Taylor is writing a book about her marriage to husband Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in August. 

“When Taylor announced she was going to write a book about her supposed abusive relationship with her husband everyone thought it was just disgusting,” our source says. “It’s just too soon and the cast just thinks this speaks volumes about who Taylor is at heart.”

Taylor recently told Entertainment Tonight that writing the book has been “cathartic for me.” And she continued on to say: “I hope my book gives readers a better understanding of my life and struggle, behind the scenes of all the Beverly Hills glamor, and will help women, and men, too, suffering in their own abusive relationships.”

Russell committed in suicide just one month after Taylor filed for divorce. Reps for Taylor could not be reached.

— Chloe Melas

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Posted at 9:31 AM on July 4, 2012  

I thank Taylor for her courage to bring a very painful, personal situation to light in order to help the battered women who die in droves daily. It takes a lot to put yourself out there and reveal your deepest pain and trauma. Anyone who is dissing her has never been through trauma. War veterans should be able to relate with the after effects. Again, if your comment is negative then you have never experienced traumatic emotional and physical abuse and/or you are uneducated and rarely pick up a book. There are several studied syndromes as to why a victim will not leave and cannot leave her abuser. If you have not been there or read anything, you can’t fathom it.

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