Camille Grammer ‘Likes’ Shady Tweets About Money After PK & Dorit’s Bank Account Is Frozen

'RHOBH's Camille Grammer defended herself on Twitter, after Dorit questioned where her money came from, when she, herself, is experiencing her own financial issues with husband PK Kemsley.

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After Dorit and PK Kemsley’s bank account was reportedly frozen, due to a legal battle over a $1.2 million loan, Camille Grammer took to Twitter and liked a bunch of tweets about finances. Was she throwing shade? “If Dorit & PK wonder where Camille got her $, google Grammnet Productions,” read one tweet that was “liked” by the RHOBH star. That statement referred to Camille’s ex-husband, Kelsey Grammer’s, production company. It continued, “Camille owns 50%. They produced several shows in the 90s & into 2000s. Medium was likely the most successful, ran 7 seasons, awards, $. It was Camille’s brainchild. She’s no gold digger. #RHOBH.” Then, a second tweet she liked said #NoPrenup as one of the hashtags.

Camille actually liked these tweets after Dorit questioned where Camille got her money from during the July 9 season finale of RHOBH. So Camille is just defending herself after Dorit insinuated that she got all of her money from her high-profile divorce from Frasier star Kelsey Grammer. The tweets also come after Camille brought up Dorit and PK’s own finances during the June 25 episode of RHOBH, when she told them that they owed someone “very, very close” to her almost $1 million. So that’s why Dorit started questioning Camille’s own financial situation.

Anyway, on Wednesday, July 10, a judge reportedly ordered for Dorit and PK’s bank account to become frozen and remain untouched until a September court hearing, after a man named Nico Kirzis filed a lawsuit against PK, alleging that Dorit’s husband owes him $1.2 million.

While this all seems very serious, Dorit doesn’t seem to be worried. During a recent RHOBH after-show, she said, “PK’s affairs, and whoever’s coming out trying to say he owes him money, that is from another lifetime ago. It’s way before me, it’s way before his bankruptcy. It’s at the height — and unfortunately, when you become public they come out of the woodworks and that’s exactly what’s happening. There’s far more to the story than what people think that they know, and there’s a lot that I can’t say, obviously, because it’s in the hands of the lawyers and where it should be.”

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